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Dub Housing is the second album by American experimental rock group Pere Ubu. Released in 1978, the album is now regarded as one of their best, described by Trouser Press as "simply one of the most important post-punk recordings."
The title is an allusion to the echoes at rows of identical concrete public housing units in Baltimore, presumably reminiscent of the echo and reverberation that characterize dub reggae. The photograph on the cover shows the apartment building on Prospect Avenue near downtown Cleveland in which members of the band lived when this album was recorded.
- "Navvy" – 2:40
- "On the Surface" – 2:35
- "Dub Housing" – 3:39
- "Caligari's Mirror" – 3:49
- "Thriller!" – 4:36
- "I, Will Wait" – 1:45
- "Drinking Wine Spodyody" – 2:44
- "(Pa) Ubu Dance Party" – 4:46
- "Blow Daddy-O" – 3:38
- "Codex" – 4:55
- David Thomas – Vocals, organ
- Tom Herman – Guitar, bass guitar, organ
- Tony Maimone – Bass guitar, guitar, piano
- Allen Ravenstine – EML synthesizers, saxophone
- Scott Krauss – Drums
- Produced By Pere Ubu & Ken Hamann
- Recorded & Engineered By Ken Hamann
- EQ & Mastering By David Thomas & Paul Hamann