It's a lot more vocal and easier to digest than what they'd come up with in the future. Still very much so Dub, but farther away from those electronic sounds that made it seem like some uncontrollable intoxication trip. Give some of it a listen.
That's a sweet addictive track that might still be a little out of the norm for a lot of people, but is real easy to get along with. It comes packed with little twists and turns in it that make it reach out and fondle your subconscious while you listen to words.
It's also pretty fun to sing along with Time does not stop, it collects you while you daze off into the sweet Dub. It won't be for everyone, but after a little while it's hard to resist.
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The vocals will be on it about as often as you've already heard here. It's a great place to start if you're getting into Dub, or are just getting into ORL roots and origins. It might not be Reggae enough for the Rasta audience, and it might not be detailed enough for the bass lovers, but if Dub is your thing you should already be streaming this beauty on the above Bandcamp link.