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Dub War
Origin Newport, South Wales,
United Kingdom
Genres Alternative metal, reggae
Years active 1993 – 1999
Labels Words of Warning
Earache Records
Associated acts Mass Mental
Raw Bud
Skindred
The Jones
The Perfectors
Tribal Clash
Website www.dubwar.co.uk
Members
Benji Webbe (Vocals)
Jeff Rose (Guitar)
Richie Glover (Bass)
Martin "Ginge" Ford (Drums)

Dub War were a four piece metal band from Newport, South Wales, UK. Formed in 1993, the band offered an innovative mix of metal, punk, and ragga, inheriting the punk-reggae legacy of The Clash and Bad Brains. Their lyrics were thoughtful and idealistic drawing comparisons with the former, though musically they were closer to the hard rock sound of the latter. Fans consider the band to have been pioneers of a new genre, 'ragga metal'.

They released only two albums via the metal label, Earache Records. They were 1995s Pain and Wrong Side of Beautiful the following year. The Dub War experience was short-lived as the band split in 1999. This separation resulted from disputes with their label. [1] Lead singer Benji Webbe went on to form Skindred.

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Discography

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Albums

Year Title
1993 Words of Dubwarning
1995 Pain
1996 Wrong Side of Beautiful
1998 Step Ta Dis
2009 Demos 2010

Singles

Year Single From the Album UK Singles Chart
placing
1994 "Respected" Words of Dubwarning -
"Mental EP" Pain -
1995 "Gorrit" -
"Strike It" 70
"Enemy Maker" Wrong Side of Beautiful 41
1996 "Cry Dignity" 59
"Soundclash EP" N/A -
1997 "Million Dollar Love" Wrong Side of Beautiful 73
"Dreams & Illusions" N/A -

[2 ]

References

  1. ^ "Dub war's 1998 demos". askearache.blogspot.com. http://askearache.blogspot.com/2009/12/dub-wars-1998-demos.html. Retrieved 22 December 2009.  
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 169. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  

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