How in God's name (something you may take literally in this case) can Luciano keep turning out one solid album after the other as if it's nothing? One of the reasons could be the fact he constantly works with different producers and riddim suppliers - variety is the spice of life - and for 'Rub-A-Dub Market' that were the Austrians of Irievibrations (the label that already surprised us in the past with releases by, among others, Sojah and Mark Wonder) and that results in a lot of recognizable riddims: 'Living My Life' is a tune on the Lovebird riddim we already knew from Sojah's 'Crisis' or Elijah Prophet's 'Mother Nature' and 'Always Around' explores the delicious Caribbean Riddim (known from Elijah Prophet's 'Piece Of Ganja'). Title track 'Rub-A-Dub Market' is an indictment of the commercialization of Jamaican music and the demise of roots reggae. 'Rub-A-Dub Market' is a strong, spiritual roots album filled with tasty riddims and what more can one ask for?