Children Of Dub - Evolution, best of album

Track listing : Nemesis (97 Trance mix)
• Rhythm Of Life (Biorhythmic Remix)

• Electronic Meditation (12" edit) • Transcendental (Cyberia mix) • Cascade • Indojungle (Surge mix) • This City Never Sleeps

• Adrenochrome (Sunburst mix) • The Golden Hare • Om
• Greed (Sonic Surgery Remix) • Bliss


Released in 2001, Evolution 1995-2001 is  compilation of some of the best work of Children of Dub, includes 12 tracks off all of the 12" and CD singles plus compilation and previously unreleased tracks. This album brings together the best of the dance tracks produced over their entire career.  EDM: consisting of trance, house, old-school, psytrance and ambient dub. Released August 2001. This is currently deleted since Rumour Records folded, some copies are available on CD online.


"Children of Dub are a band who skilfully unify digital technologies with organic structures and thus produce music which can be only described as timeless... Their style, due to the many changes in line-up, is diverse and cuts across house, techno, trance, breakbeat, and of course the grandfather of it all, dub. As such, Evolution provides us with a comprehensive coverage of how Children of Dub have developed over the years, and provides a fantastic introduction to those who are new to them and a must-have for those that are already in the know." Upfront

"Released 8/01 on Rumour Records. Evolution is an excellent summary of the COD discography, tracing a journey of how their sound has evolved through squiggly, dubby electronica, trance, break beat and drum 'n bass. It is compiled from many rare and unavailable / deleted COD EPs and vinyls, rather than a hand picking of tracks from their past five albums. Hence Evolution is more than just a "best of..." album and is an essential purchase if, like myself, you missed many of these releases first time round."

'Quite simply C.O.D. were at the forefront of the UK's progressive house and trance scene... Tracks such as Nemesis, Om and Greed proved that the bnad could happlily mix house beats & acid squggles alongide breakbeats, live bass, live guitar and drums with elements of other genres. C.O.D. were not afraid to push the boundaries and their extensive live work allied to their studio output gained them respect throughouut the UK, Europe and America, resulting in adulation from both the underground and mainstream press. Two of the bands biggest supporters have been John Peel and Annie Nightingale. ' Dream