On Pure Thrillseekers, the “world‘s greatest dub band” provides the sonic backdrop for some of reggae‘s finest vocalists. Cornell Campbell returns to classic form on “Tricks” and Gregory Isaacs sings a sufferer‘s song on “Kingston 14,” but Luciano steals the show with his plaintive “One In A Million.” Lest you think the band has forsaken their name, the album features a number of brilliant dubs. “Guns & Cocaine Crime” incorporates digital sounds alongside a country harmonica and minimal vocals from Jah Bless, and “Private Dub” is an even sexier mix of Isaacs‘ “Night Nurse” sequel “Private Secretary.”