Band page created in 2005.
Dub Pistols are a London dub music band, founded by ex-club promoter Barry Ashworth in 1996. The other members of the band are record producer Lee Spencer, guitarist John King, bassist Jason O'Bryan, programmer Bill Borez and turntablist Malcolm Wax.
Dub Pistols use a mix of big-beat techno crossed with a punk-rock attitude. The Dub Pistols were formed in late 1996, their debut album 'Point Blank' was released in '98 after they were signed to Concrete Records. The follow up album 'Six Million ways to Live' was released during 2003 and showed a change in the groups musical direction. A remix album followed a year later titled 'Y4K - Next Level Breaks'.
In 2007, The Dub Pistols teamed up with Terry Hall of The Specials to put out their latest effort, Speakers & Tweeters.
Six Million Ways To Live