Formed out of the ashes of Mick Jones post-Clash outfit Big Audio Dynamite, Dreadzone didn't exactly rule the charts during the middle of the 90's, but with their use of reggae, dub, techno and rock they certainly provided an alternative to excesses of Brit Pop. None of this adequately explains particularly why we should be treated to a retrospective, but in mitigation the political countenance to their music serves to rightly bring back reminiscences of the last time pop music was in any way a tool of mass protest.

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