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a collaboration with British dubmeister Adrian Sherwood.
Influenced by Perry in the past, co-producer Adrian Sherwood provides a steadying hand,
so the music is consistent, even if Perry's personality — he does all the singing — seems restrained.
While perhaps lacking the eccentric edge of Perry's own work, the album is still weird and wonderful,
a sample of some of the best avant-garde groove music being made today.
The Dubnology compilation is a two-disc, 21-track collection of spacy late-'90s electronic dub, heavy on the bass, demonstrating that the music has become more techno-influenced and reliant on electronics and technology. Highlights include tracks by System7, Loop Guru, Zion Train, Meat Beat Manifesto, and Banco de Gaia; the booklet includes biographies and photos of all the artists.