The Frightnrs premiere full stream of More To Say Versions (new dub version of 2016 album Nothing More To Say) just in time to scare you

The Frightnrs premiere full stream of More To Say Versions (new dub version of 2016 album Nothing More To Say) just in time to scare you
Photo: Kisha Bari

Right as we approach the spooky-scariest of times — Hallow’s Eve, when lost souls wander o’er the land unmoored — our fiendish friends at Daptone Records are getting into the spook of things by teaming up with their most frightening house band.

That of course would be Queens County’s own The Frightnrs. The top shelf reggae squad are following up 2016’s hell-yes-excellent album Nothing More To Say with a whole re-do — entitled More To Say Versions — which revisits the long player by trading in the original’s rocksteady for that most haunting and ghostly vibe of all: dub.

But not to worry, friends; the dub, it is as righteous as it is frightening. Daptone luminary/producer Victor “Ticklah” Axelrod brings to bear all the haunted-cave-sized bass and echo you could want, with a groove deeper than the darkest pits of the underworld. Not merely frightening … it is “frighteningly good”! [*** Tiny Mix Tapes wins the award for music journalism ***]

Today we have the true pleasure of premiering the entire record — and just in time too, because the album drops today, October 20, courtesy of best-in-the-biz Daptone Records. Bring home the vinyl right now, leave candy for the kids on the stoop, lock the doors, hit play, and dig deep.


More To Say Versions tracklisting:

01. All My Tears (Version)
02. Dispute (Version)
03. More To Say (Version)
04. Gotta Find A Way (Version)
05. Purple (Version)
06. Trouble (Version)
07. Till Then (Version)
08. Lookin (Version) 03:14
09. What Have You Done (Version)
10. Do Unto Others (Version)
11. Gonna Make Time (Version)

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