Not Another (3:14)

Cover of Betrayal

From Betrayal and 6 other releases

The Betrayal album was one of the first releases after John Wardell (a.k.a. Jah Wobble) left a band called the Human Condtion in wich he played after being in PIL. The main characteristic of Wobble’s bass playing was hitting the ultra-low notes, if you were into dub this album was a milestone, Adrian Sherwood (of On-u Sound fame) must have been eating his heart out. These low notes were really more than any (semi) high-end sound system could handle. The album also distinguishes itself by not being your regular dub or reggae album, listen to his rendition of Fats Domino’s Blueberry Hill and you ‘ll be surprised. At first impression it sounds like the song is being “raped” but after listening a few more times the true genius appears. When you get to record with Brian Eno you’re no average John Doe obviously. It is said that every artist has his/hers Opus Magnum, well many regard Betrayal to be exactly that for the Invaders of the Heart tried to grasp the same level but fell short.(I’m sorry for any faults in my English, I’m not a native speaker)Regards, S.crew


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  • rwffl

    well the same song with graveyard, and blueberry hill's bassline was also the same with the suit. he should have been really mad ;D

    22 Mar 12:06am Reply
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  • pee-why

    Shame John fired him from PIL...

    15 Feb 2010 Reply
  • Jairuin

    New to me. Love it!!!

    23 Oct 2009 Reply
  • zinc69

    GREAT !!!

    27 Aug 2009 Reply

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