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Salmonella Dub

Salmonella Dub got their name from the "bad-taste" dub versions of popular songs they used to break the ice in their early sets. In '90s New Zealand, dub/roots/reggae freak-outs weren't entirely in vogue -- grunge and dance music held sway -- so Salmonella Dub would use lighthearted covers of Nancy Sinatra and Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show tunes or Fred Dagg's novelty song "Larry Loves Barry" to win over skeptical audiences.

In the early '90s, New Zealand's liquor licensing laws changed, allowing pubs and clubs to stay open late and revitalizing the country's live music scene. The members of the band then called Golf Course Alligators seized this opportunity and, in late 1992, Andrew Penman (guitar), Mark Tyler (bass), and Dave Deakin (drums) became Salmonella Dub. In the early days they lacked money for proper equipment and used inventive solutions such as creating a sampler by hooking up a cassette player to a switch pedal from Penman's guitar so they could create live samples. Usually these samples would come from whatever was on the TV at the time, whether it was the news or a Cheech & Chong movie. Lacking the funds for cassettes, they raided the bins of a record store and found discarded copies of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles albums that served as their early tape stock.

To prepare for their first, self-titled album in 1994, Peter Woods (trumpet, keyboard) and Conan Wilcox (saxophone, percussion) were invited to join the band. Salmonella Dub was released through the independent label Curious Records.

Soon afterwards, Woods left the band, moving to Auckland and getting a job to pay his student overdraft. Tiki Taane (acoustic guitar, percussion) joined in his stead and in 1997 they released Calming the Drunken Monkey, signing with Virgin for distribution and beginning overseas tours.

In 1998 they released "For the Love of It," a single that found a surprising degree of mainstream success and won them their first place in the Top Ten of the local charts. The album Killer Vision followed it and was also popular, achieving double platinum sales and being released in five countries. Suddenly they were local heroes, but based on an album with which they were personally unhappy and which they disliked having to play on the intensive touring that followed it.

For their 2001 album Inside the Dub Plates, they brought back David Wernham, who had been engineer on their initial releases before leaving to work with rock band Shihad, hoping to re-create their earlier sound. The album also went double platinum in sales. A remix album called Outside the Dubplates followed, including a remix by one of their heroes, Mad Professor, who had also done a mix of "For the Love of It."

Facing an unexpectedly hefty tax bill in 2003, the band returned to the studio to quickly record their fifth album, One Drop East, to pay it off. Woods was brought back as a session musician and another Mad Professor remix was planned, but in the rush to release, it had to be left off and used instead on their next release, 2004's Mercy. Mercy consisted of songs from the One Drop East recording sessions, mixed at a more leisurely pace.

Taane left to record a solo album and Woods was brought back as a full-time bandmember for recording sessions at a studio on Penman's isolated rural property. The result was their seventh album, 2007's Heal Me. ~ Jody Macgregor
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Would love to here you in person! Love ya!
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Love this sound
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wow im bouncing out of my chair!
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Black Seeds and Fat Freddy's Drop are also 'must listen' music out of New Zealand.
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I wish they'd do a US tour. They are phenomenal
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Great sound and beats
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Ingenious, love it.
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Wow serious zounds from . . . But they knew drop heavy rthym . Yes . More and more pleez.
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Wow...SIC!!! !
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love the sound, feel, and expression of - MUSIC
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arguitos
BUen sonido, buena musica, great music, nice sound
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gotta love that slow bass groove man..
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Cool
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amjamgam
fresh
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muy buenos!!! estaran en mi I-pod
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Good Stuff !!!
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Tight grooves, nice.
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Salmonella Dub. Very timely band to play while blissfully ignorant of "The Great Egg Crisis" and eating infected eggs.
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Flight of the Conchords own them
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matthewhendr i x
Check out another NZ group that plays live dub beats = Black Seeds
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rubala
Wicked.
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Awesome.
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arowland770
One of my all-time favorite groups.
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I heard about these guys when i was in NZ in 2004. Love their chill vibe.
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Simply one of my favorite bands of all time. Kiki turned me on to them for spinning fire to. Such variety, and water in every one of their songs.
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sickness period. my friend jenna from the land of kiwi's just introduced me to them. just wish their musik wasn't so expensive on amazon...tha n k pandora!!
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cool groove, hypnotic, sexy, i love it!
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not enough imo
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ssgibbs
these guys are sick are they still around making more heaven?


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God Bless Kiwi Dub!
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seaookay
saw this band in NZ back in mid-late 90's in lyttelton. Amazing night!
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A great kiwi band, good to see so much good dub coming out of aotearoa, nz!
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"love your ways" is a good song

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