Pere Ubu Dub Housing on LP
No band before or since has ever sounded like Pere Ubu - period. And now the group is reissuing their bracing and brilliant second album Dub Housing which captures Pere Ubu in their earliest incarnation. Originally released in 1978, the same year as their debut The Modern Dance, Pere Ubu continued to tear up the rule book, chew it up and spit it out with glorious splendor.
Mesmerizing critics, fans and musicians along the way, their follow up has been repeatedly regarded as one of their best and captures Pere Ubu in one of their earliest incarnations. Dub Housing's assaultive noises and melodic rock still annihilates the senses setting Pere Ubu apart from their peers with vision and an inimitable ability to push boundaries.
For this reworking, Paul Hamann at Suma has transferred from the original 2-track analogue mix tapes to digital at the highest resolution available, which is at least four times the resolution of the original. The tracks have carefully been re-mastered by sonic architect Brian Pyle so as to capture the unique qualities within.