Cut Deep 1989. CDCUT 1
I wasn’t going to post this for a while because I’m concentrating on vinyl rips at the moment, but “Forever” was very keen to get this, so always willing to oblige…
This is a career retrospective – not the sort of thing I usually go in for: as I recall I picked this up cheap. Between this, the Time Of Life 12″ and the Edward Not Edward compilation, this must cover most of what they released, which was one album and a handful of singles. I also have their debut, a flexi which came with Debris magazine, but that appears as the first track here. This is the end of the line for Dub Sex posts on vinyl301 I’m afraid – this is all I’ve got.
I can’t think of much to add to what I said about Time Of Life. Dub Sex were short lived and didn’t change their style much, so it’s more of the same. The standard of the material is really consistent; there’s not a duff track here, and as I said before, they deserved to be much bigger than they were. Swerve and Kicking The Corpse Around spring immediately to mind as highlights.