Dougie Wardrop and Paul Davey, the Bush Chemists, serve up some Baba Root with this one. Dub so potent and organic, if you didn‘t know it was edited on a computer you would think it came from the genre‘s golden age. A practical tribute to all that is dubby, “Higher Heights” reaches for Mt. Zion and makes it, while “Oriental Style” recalls the best of Lee “Scratch” Perry and “Symphony Of Dub” contains faithful flourishes of Aswad‘s “Love/Dub Fire.