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World War III
World War III (limited numbered 180 gram transparent yellow vinyl LP)
Cat: MOVLP 3029C. Rel: 18 May 22
  1. The Jumping Master (5:18)
  2. Break Down The Walls (5:17)
  3. Jah Jah Love (In The Morning) (7:22)
  4. Israel (12 Tribe) Stylee (extended Play) (8:56)
  5. Money Dread (3:34)
  6. Mental Slavery (6:38)
  7. Skin Head Skank (3:23)
  8. Losers Weepers, Finders Keepers (6:45)
  9. World War III (extended Play) (7:37)
Review: Mikey Dread was a legend of reggae as a producer, DJ and singer, who gained international fame for working with The Clash on 'Bankrobber' and mixing dub versions for their Black Market Clash and Sandinista! albums. Through his Dread At The Controls label he released reams of incredible dub and roots reggae himself, with World War III surely one of the highlights. With the Roots Radics as the backing band and the likes of Earl Sixteen and Watty Burnett on backing vocals, the cast of characters is steeped in reggae's golden era, and sure enough the sound is as good as you'd expect. This welcome reissue comes on yellow vinyl - a beam of sunshine as uplifting as the riddims carved into the grooves.
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Humanity (Record Store Day RSD 2022)
Humanity (Record Store Day RSD 2022) (180 gram clear vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: BSRLP 852. Rel: 12 May 22
  1. San Salvador (5:32)
  2. They Know Not Jah (4:02)
  3. Old Time Friend (8:11)
  4. San Salvador (Dub Plate Style) (2:46)
  5. Unconventional People (6:12)
  6. Humanity (Love The Way It Should Be) (3:22)
  7. Mr Kissinger (6:19)
  8. Kingston 11 (3:14)
 in stock $18.47
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Peace & Love: Wadadasow (reissue)
Cat: ASH707 LP. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Run Come Rally (7:26)
  2. Seventy-Two Nations (10:18)
  3. Zion Land (9:25)
  4. Know How You Stand (10:02)
Review: One of many Studio One-affiliated releases to crop up as of late, Dadawah's 'Peace And Love / Wadadasow' is a rarity few heads can claim to know. A side alias of practising Rastafarian and musician Ras Michael (Michael George Henry), Dadawah ended up his magnum opus despite original intent as a lower-key piece. This one's made up of a weird and wonderful cross-section of styles: wah guitar, plodding bass and the rhythmic chants of his religious music influence of choice, the Nyabhinghi - Rastafarian devotional music combining African drumming and gospel. A classic, reissued whirlwind of laid-back joy.
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Intérprete: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $26.54
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No No No
Cat: SJR 3397. Rel: 15 Jan 21
  1. Dawn Penn - "No No No" (4:30)
  2. Jackie Mittoo - "Ghetto Organ" (4:18)
 in stock $14.31
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Rapture
Rapture (12")
Cat: 198759 19541. Rel: 14 Jan 20
  1. Throne (2:39)
  2. Blazin (feat Jane MacGizmo) (3:19)
  3. Raggamuffin (3:17)
  4. Rapture (3:02)
  5. Toast (3:05)
 in stock $23.42
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Dancing Spirit
Cat: TUF 187. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. Peter Metro - "Dancing Spirit" (5:43)
  2. Peter Metro - "Dancing Spirit" (dub) (5:13)
  3. Daddy Culture - "Give Them Style" (5:02)
Review: Tuff Scout come through with some crucial riddims here from Peter Mereo and Daddy Culture. Metro goes first with his particularly natty 'Dancing Spirit', the intense vocal work never letting up over the suspenseful chords that drop in from great height. A dub version pairs things back to the heavy weight drums and bass. On the flip is 'Give Them Style', a digi-dub stepper with shiny synths bringing electric feels to the plucked acoustic guitar and lumpy drum work. All three tunes are primed and ready for sound system deployment this summer and beyond.
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 in stock $12.23
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Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers
  1. Is This Love
  2. No Woman No Cry
  3. Could You Be Loved
  4. Three Little Birds
  5. Buffalo Soldier
  6. Get Up Stand Up
  7. Stir It Up
  8. One Love/People Get Ready
  9. I Shot The Sheriff
  10. Waiting In Vain
  11. Redemption Song
  12. Satisfy My Soul
  13. Exodus
  14. Jamming
 in stock $20.56
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I Remember Mama
Cat: ERC 125. Rel: 19 Jul 21
  1. I Remember Mama (4:09)
  2. Hard Times (4:21)
Review: Emotional Rescue and HMV Record Shop (Japan) end their DISCO REGGAE LOVERS 7" series with reggae legend Sugar Minott and this utterly unique UK soul-boogie rarity, I Remember Mama.

Reggae star, vocalist, producer and sound system operator, Kingston JA born Minott released over 50 albums and hundreds of singles for the likes of Studio One, Wackies, Suffering Heights and his own Black Roots label.

His distinctive soulful voice pioneered the Dancehall style and following his UK hit "Hard Time Pressure" he moved to London in 1980, adopting the rising Lovers Rock sound. On a visit to Wackies' offices in Soho he met Steve Parr, who had recently opened a studio next door.

Keyboard player for the likes of Desmond Dekker and Geno Washington, Parr moved into composition, mixing, sound engineering and production, before setting up the Sound Design Studio in Dean Street.

Principally a studio, the meeting with Minott hatched the idea to create a label to showcase their capabilities. Produced by Parr, he played all the instruments except the distinctive sax by friend Andy MacDonald.

With Minott's heartfelt lyrics, this marriage created a one-off, a ground-breaking synthesised 4/4 rhythm track with funk groove and soulful vocals. Released on 7" and 12", the versions noticeably differ and is the perfect closing to the DISCO REGGAE LOVERS series.





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 in stock $11.19
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Feel Like Jumping
  1. Marcia Griffiths - "Feel Like Jumping" (3:37)
  2. Brentford Disco Set - "Feel Like Jumping" (part 2) (3:45)
 in stock $10.40
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Hot Rock (reissue)
Cat: ISLE 014. Rel: 04 May 22
  1. Hot Rock (6:07)
  2. Hot Rock (Rock-apella) (3:39)
  3. Hot Rock (dub version) (6:38)
Review: Pennsylvanian based roots reggae band House Of Assembly dropped their last ever single in 1988 and this is it. The band was formed din Kingston, Jamaican and made up of Norman Bailey, Marc Campbell, Claver Campbell and Louis Putman, all of whom bonded over a love of dub and reggae before moving to the US. They made one album in the 80s became well known on the local scene. This single is one of their most well loved tunes with its stuttering rhythm and crashing hits as well as hints of 80s disco production. The rock-apella and dub version take it in great new directions, too.
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Intérprete: Jura Soundsystem
 in stock $13.27
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Disco Devil
  1. Lee Scratch Perry - "Disco Devil"
  2. Prince Jazzbo - "Croaking"
 in stock $8.32
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Chanting Dub With The Help Of The Father
  1. Hammer Dub (3:02)
  2. Fire Dub (3:11)
  3. Firm Dub (3:34)
  4. Children Dub (3:50)
  5. HIM Dub (3:27)
  6. Clean Sweep (3:44)
  7. Jah Dub (4:01)
  8. Money Dub (3:28)
  9. Santic Dub (3:13)
  10. Equal Rights Dub (2:43)
 in stock $20.03
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Travelling Man
  1. Major Yo - "Travelling Man" (3:29)
  2. Chakatack - "Worldwide Dub" (3:43)
Review: The Sound of Thunder label looks back to a deep roots tune by Freddy McKay here. It is a recut version with the French singer and guitar player Yohann Minkoff aka Major Yo. The rhythm is the fine work of The SOA Band and the whole thing was produced by Sound of Thunder with OnlyRoots. The a-side is cheery vibe with buttery vocals and natty chord work. Chakatack's 'Worldwide Dub' is slower, deeper, more roomy. Both of these are vital dub cuts for plenty of summer deployment on big sound systems.
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 in stock $10.15
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Shine Your Light On Me
  1. Shine Your Light On Me (3:04)
  2. Cosmic Shuffling - "Merry-Go-Round" (2:53)
Review: The Liquidator Music crew have been putting out classic Jamaican rhythms ice the mid-cities and still goes strong. This is an all new one from Jamaican act Roy Ellis who sings over his backing band, Cosmic Shuffing, from Switzerland. They are acclaimed in ska and rock steady circles for good reason and help bring these tunes to life. 'Shine Your Light On Me' is an easy going roller with lo-fi drums and dusty riffs that hook you in while Ellis does his work up top. 'Merry-Go-Round' then cuts loose on a summery and swirling vibe with conversational lead trumpets and natty chords.
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 in stock $10.93
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Who Knows
Cat: MRB 7127. Rel: 28 Apr 16
  1. Who Knows (feat Chronixx) (3:30)
  2. Who Knows (feat Chronixx - Gregory Morris dub mix) (3:43)
 in stock $9.35
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I Want To Be Free
Cat: ERC 123. Rel: 19 Jul 21
  1. I Want To Be Free (3:33)
  2. Freedom (3:40)
Review: Following their reissue of Double Talk last year, Emotional Rescue continue their run of reggae and lovers rock celebrations with another crucial cut from Red Cloud. Through the 80s, Red Cloud released on Tuff Gong, Echo and Red Stripe Records amongst others, but they also made an early appearance on seminal New Jersey label Dancefloor with an evergreen double A-side. The first track, 'Double Talk', was already reissued last year, so now it's the turn of the flip, 'I Want To Be Free'. The uptempo slice of reggae sounds as infectious and incisive as it did in 1983, and this time it comes with a dub on the B-side simply titled 'Freedom'.
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 in stock $7.28
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Mojo Rocksteady Beat
Cat: SJRCD 173. Rel: 24 Jan 08
  1. Less Problem
  2. Rockfort Rock
  3. Funky
  4. Ten To Ten
  5. Jamaica Underground
  6. Real Rock
  7. Reggae Time
  8. In Cold Blood
  9. Heavy Rock
  10. Great Mu Ga Ru Ga
  11. Park View
  12. Ironside
  13. Mojo Rocksteady
  14. Scorcia
  15. Drum Song
  16. Summertime
  17. Straight Flush
  18. Jamaica Bag
Review: 'Mojo Rocksteady Beat' is the new compilation of classic recordings from The Sound Dimenison, the funkiest group in the history of Reggae.
The Sound Dimension have recorded some of the most important songs in Reggae music; songs such as 'Real Rock', 'Drum Song', 'Heavy Rock',
'Rockfort Rock', and 'In Cold Blood' - all classic songs that have become the 'foundation' of Reggae music, endlessly versioned and re-versioned
by Jamaican artists since the time they were first recorded.
As the in-house band at Studio One in the late 1960s, The Sound Dimension also played alongside everyone from The Heptones, and Alton Ellis,
to Ken Boothe, Marcia Griffiths and more. Similar to their US counterparts, The Funk Brothers at Motown, and Booker T and The MGs at Stax,
The Sound Dimension recorded, on a daily basis, incredibly catchy and funky tunes matched by a seamless musicality.
Featuring musicians of the calibre of Ernest Ranglin, Jackie Mittoo, Eric Frater, Leroy Sibbles, Don Drummond Jnr, Deadley Headley and more,
the Sound Dimension existed from around 1967 to 1970 and all the recordings featured here were originally released during this period. For a band
with a fluid line-up, they had an amazingly consistent sound, laying down classic rhythms for the singers of the day at Studio One as well as stretching
out with their own recordings. Check out the amazing trombone of Vin Gordon, rightly re-named 'Don Drummond Jnr' by Sir Coxsone, honouring both
the musical abilities of the young Gordon, and that of his forerunner in the Skatalites and ex-Alpha Boys teacher. His sparring partner on horns would
usually be Deadly Headley Bennett.
The Sound Dimension featured a unique combination of musicians from different backgrounds, such as those from the original jazz big bands on the
island or players from the north coast hotel music circuit; listen to 'Park View' and hear the two unique styles of Eric 'Rickenbacker' Frater, with his
fuzz-box lead guitar, dueling with the jazz virtuosity of fellow guitarist Ernest Ranglin. After Jackie Mittoo officially emigrated to Canada in 1968
(although often continuing to return for sessions), keyboard duties were also supplied by the equally funky Richard Ace or Robbie Lyn, all against the
rhythmic bass-lines of the Heptones' own Leroy Sibbles.
None of this can explain the importance of this music. The melodies to their classic songs are a thousand times better known than the musicians who
originally created them. Played and re-played by every house band for every producer on the island, these iconic rhythms became the basis for dancehall
and laid the foundations for the future of Jamaican music. This album can be seen as a companion to the earlier Sound Dimension release 'Jamaica Soul
Shake' and together these two albums make a unique and definitive document of a seriously important set of recordings.
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 in stock $14.31
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Sugar Minott At Studio One
Cat: SJRLP 104. Rel: 21 Jan 05
  1. Vanity
  2. Please Be True
  3. Hang On Natty
  4. Jahovia
  5. Give A Hand
  6. Give Me Jah Jah
  7. Jah Jah Children
  8. Party Time
  9. Change Your Ways
  10. Try Love
  11. Roof Over My Head
  12. Jah Jah Lead Us
  13. Is It True
  14. Love Gonna Pack Up
  15. Never Give Up
  16. Come On Home
  17. Jah Almighty
Intérprete: Soul Jazz Records
 in stock $27.05
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Life Between Islands: Soundsystem Culture Black Musical Expression In The UK 1973-2006
VARIOUS
Cat: SJRLP 507. Rel: 28 Jan 22
  1. Black Slate - "Sticks Man" (3:35)
  2. Dee Sharp - "Rising To The Top" (4:42)
  3. Asher Senator - "One Bible" (5:02)
  4. Cymande - "Fug" (4:25)
  5. Digital Mystikz - "Misty Winter" (4:53)
  6. Winston Curtis - "Be Thankful For What You've Got" (5:35)
  7. Trevor Hartley - "It Must Be Love" (3:24)
  8. Shut Up & Dance - "Java Bass" (3:51)
  9. Brown Sugar - "Black Pride" (3:25)
  10. The Terrorist - "RK1" (6:26)
  11. Black Harmony - "Don't Let It Go To Your Head" (7:18)
  12. Pebbles - "Positive Vibrations" (3:46)
  13. The Ragga Twins - "Ragga Trip" (4:36)
  14. Funk Masters - "Love Money" (6:30)
  15. Cosmic Idren - "Compelled" (3:36)
  16. Harry Beckett - "No Time For Hello" (8:44)
  17. Janet Kay & Alton Ellis - "Still In Love" (3:31)
  18. Sandra Reid - "Ooh Boy" (3:47)
  19. Tabby Cat Kelly - "Don't Call Us Immigrants" (5:46)
  20. Brown Sugar - "I'm In Love With A Dreadlocks" (3:24)
Review: The latest collection from the mighty Soul Jazz draws together a myriad of different styles favoured by black British sound systems, not only reflecting the roots of different communities reaching these shores but also the UK twist that that music has received as result. Reggae forms the backbone of the collection, from the blissful consciousness of Pebbles' 'Positive Vibrations' to the more protest-orientated Brown Sugar's 'Black Pride' and Tabby Cat Kelly's 'Don't Call Us Immigrants'. But the presence of Shut Up & Dance, Ragga Twins, Ray Keith aka The Terrorist and Digital Mystikz helps show the uniquely British areas into which sound system culture evolved - rave, breakbeat, jungle and dubstep.
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 in stock $34.08
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Destroys The Invaders
Cat: GRELP 029. Rel: 11 Apr 07
  1. Conspiracy On Neptune
  2. Martian Encounter
  3. Saturn Bombardment
  4. Attack On Ganymede
  5. War In The Asteroid Belt
  6. The Giant Red Spot
  7. Life On Uranus
  8. Final Destruction
 in stock $20.56
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Back A Yard
Back A Yard (gatefold LP)
Cat: 005464 5706810. Rel: 19 Feb 21
  1. Down In Trench Town (4:32)
  2. This Is The Time (3:36)
  3. In The House Of Jah (3:29)
  4. No Chalice Malice (3:53)
  5. Invisible Wall (3:40)
  6. Shark Attack (feat Alborosie) (3:39)
  7. Stay Calm (3:48)
  8. No Money No Love (3:26)
  9. All About You (3:54)
  10. Look What's Happening (4:10)
Review: Wailing Souls are veteran roots reggae artists - is there any other kind? - who make a welcome return with new album 'Back A Yard' (which is of course patois for 'back in Jamaica'). It is a strong offering of 11 crucial tunes with longstanding members, Winston "Pipe" Matthews and Lloyd "Bread" McDonald, in the studio with producer/ singer Alborosie. All-star guests such as keyboardist Tyrone Downie and bassist Errol "Flabba" Holt also feature to make this a real coming together of greats from over the course of Jamaican reggae history.
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 in stock $16.65
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Champion (remix)
Cat: BCR 10845. Rel: 12 Mar 21
  1. Champion (feat Black Thought - remix) (3:31)
  2. Ugly Truth (feat Lee Scratch Perry - remix) (2:36)
Review: Hot on the heels of his rather good album Ekundayo - a brilliant set of reggae, dancehall and folk-infused lo-fi soul songs - Nottingham singer-songwriter Liam Bailey returns with two bona-fide legends in tow. The Roots member Black Thought guests on a bold new version of LP track 'Champion', in which he and Bailey's superb vocals ride a fuzzy, organ-rich riddim that sits somewhere between classic reggae and pitched-down dancehall. The Legendary Lee 'Scratch' Perry lends his distinctive vocals to the fresh flipside version of 'The Ugly Truth', an intergalactic digi-dub-goes-soul affair that's every bit as awesome as the on-point A-side. Tip!
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Intérprete: Rabo and Snob
 in stock $9.35
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Good Good Things
Good Good Things (gatefold 2xLP + insert)
Cat: HS 207VL. Rel: 03 Aug 20
  1. Menina Mulher Da Pele Preta (2:46)
  2. Feel The Cold (3:37)
  3. Bingi (3:29)
  4. Barcelona (3:15)
  5. Sunday In The Club (3:29)
  6. Canasta (3:18)
  7. Paseo (4:20)
  8. Fly High (3:12)
  9. Pais Azucar (3:56)
  10. Tengo Fe (3:15)
  11. Mo' Dinero (2:53)
  12. Atras Desse Ceu (3:32)
  13. Antiguas (4:02)
Review: 10 years after his cult album "Bad Bad Things", this lovely bad boy, somewhat softened, returns to his first eclectic and varied loves with "Good Good Things".
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 in stock $22.64
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Total Reggae: Roots
VARIOUS
Total Reggae: Roots (low-price unmixed 2xCD)
Cat: VPCD 1976. Rel: 31 May 13
  1. The Congos - "Fisherman"
  2. Johnny Clarke - "Warrior"
  3. Dennis Brown - "Black Liberation"
  4. Culture - "Two Sevens Clash"
  5. Gregory Isaacs - "Border"
  6. Black Uhuru - "Natural Mystic"
  7. Junior Byles - "Fade Away"
  8. Leroy Smart - "Ballistic Affair"
  9. The Mighty Diamonds - "Gates Of Zion"
  10. Lee Perry - "Curly Locks"
  11. Freddie McGregor - "Joggin'"
  12. Cornell Campbell - "No Man's Land"
  13. The Meditations - "Carpenter Rebuild"
  14. Carlton Livingston - "Call Of The Rastaman"
  15. Horace Andy - "Praise Him"
  16. Earl Sixteen - "Trials & Crosses"
  17. Keith Hudson - "Torch Of Freedom"
  18. Jacob Miller - "I'm Just A Dread"
  19. The Heptones - "Hypocrite"
  20. Pat Kelly - "It's A Good Day"
  21. Fred Locks - "True Rastaman"
  22. Sugar Minott - "Hard Time Pressure"
  23. Sylford Walker - "Burn Babylon"
  24. Ras Michael & The Sons Of Negus - "None A Jah Jah Children"
  25. Capital Letters - "Vinyard"
  26. Barrington Levy - "Bits Of Paper"
  27. Johnny Osbourne - "Never Stop Fighting"
  28. The Wailing Souls - "Things & Time"
  29. Third World - "Roots With Quality"
  30. Bob Andy - "Fire Burning"
  31. Dhaima - "Ia Jah Children"
  32. Junior Delgado - "Devil's Throne"
  33. George Nooks - "Tribal War"
  34. Barry Brown - "Far East"
  35. Junior Murvin - "Jack Slick"
  36. Frankie Paul - "Fools Fighting"
  37. Linval Thompson - "I Spy"
  38. Delroy Wilson - "Place In Africa (Addis Ababa)"
  39. Peter Tosh - "Here Comes The Judge"
  40. Marcia Griffiths - "Stepping Out Of Babylon"
 in stock $6.77
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Realize (reissue)
Cat: 005464 5968973. Rel: 10 Dec 20
  1. Ritchie McDonald & Glen Brown - "Realize" (3:53)
  2. Tommy McCook - "Determination Skank" (3:40)
Review: This 7" packs two heavyweight punches. First up Glenn Brown and Ritchie Mcdonald's 'Realize' is a deep roots nugget and an immortal jam that really hits a sweet spot. The loose drums, stoned vocals and swaggering bass are dusty reggae perfection that immediately take you to warmer climates. On the back side, 'Determination Skank' is a horn heavy dub that gets you banging your chest and losing to the skies. This is a limited, one-time press so it won't be around for long - dub heads will need to act fast.

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 in stock $8.44
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Jah Vengeance Dub Plate Mix
Cat: PSS 113. Rel: 29 Jul 20
  1. Jah Vengeance Dub Plate Mix (3:23)
  2. Jah Vengeance Dub Plate Mix (version) (3:20)
 in stock $10.93
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Praises
Barry BROWN/VARIOUS
Praises (2xLP)
Cat: PSLP 109. Rel: 21 Oct 21
  1. Step It Up Youthman (extended) (8:35)
  2. Natty Rootsman (part 1) (4:15)
  3. The Aggrovators - "Natty Rootsman" (part 2) (4:17)
  4. Fittest Of The Fittest (part 1) (4:08)
  5. The Aggrovators - "Fittest Of The Fittest" (part 2) (4:08)
  6. The Aggrovators - "We Can't Dub Like This" (4:13)
  7. Longer (intro) (0:31)
  8. Look How Long (vocal) (3:30)
  9. The Aggrovators - "Look How Long Dub" (3:29)
  10. Longer (outro) (0:39)
  11. From Creation (vocal) (4:11)
  12. Diggory Kenrick - "Creative Vibes (Xylophone)" (4:10)
  13. The Aggrovators - "From Creation" (part 3) (4:13)
  14. Give Thanks & Praise (vocal) (4:07)
  15. Give Thanks & Praise (Lion mix) (4:10)
  16. The Aggrovators - "Give Thanks" (part 3) (4:17)
Review: During last year's lockdown in Italy, contemporary dub producer Paolo Baldini was invited by Pressure Sounds to work on Bunny Lee's archive of recordings he made with singer Barry Brown during the mid-to-late 1970s. The results can now be heard on Praises, a set which adds a little more dub-wise spice to classic roots reggae cuts while retaining much of Lee's production and instrumentation. Brown's vocals - effortlessly soulful, hugely evocative and partially improvised - are simply superb, while Baldini's handling of Lee's riddims and musical arrangements is masterful. As a result, the assembled dubs, versions and vocal reworks sound faithful to the period in which they were recorded while adding subtle new touches and 21st century-ready low-end weight.
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 in stock $30.17
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Soul Groove (reissue)
  1. Skinshape - "Sould Groove" (feat Anina) (4:10)
  2. Stally & The Breadwinners - "Riddim Box Dub" (2:47)
 in stock $6.78
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The Model
The Model (limited 7")
Cat: EVER 109. Rel: 03 Jul 20
  1. The Model (feat Shniece McMenamin & Horseman) (3:42)
  2. The Model (dub) (3:49)
Intérprete: Voodoocuts
 in stock $10.40
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It's A Good Day
Cat: MBX 127. Rel: 15 Mar 19
  1. It's A Good Day (4:25)
  2. It's A Good Day (version) (4:16)
 in stock $7.54
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Sound System Champions
Cat: SCOBLP 001. Rel: 21 Jan 09
  1. Divorce A L'Italienne (feat Marina P)
  2. Don't Let Them Break Your Heart (feat Kenny Knots)
  3. Herbalist (feat Top Cat)
  4. Herbalist Dub
  5. How You Bad So (feat Ranking Joe)
  6. Under Arrest (feat MC Ishu)
  7. Old Time Dance (feat Mikey Murka)
  8. Old Time Dub
  9. Ruff Mi Tuff (feat Tippa Irie)
  10. Rasta Meditation (feat Kenny Knots)
  11. Rooster Inna Coup (feat Aya Faith)
  12. Rooster Dub
  13. Did You Really Know (feat Soom T)
  14. Songs Of Zion (feat Ras Charmer)
  15. Around The World (feat Suncycle)
  16. Around The Redub
 in stock $17.43
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I Bet You
I Bet You (12")
Cat: MISSYOU 014. Rel: 26 Apr 22
  1. I Bet You (6:28)
  2. I Bet You (dub) (6:25)
Review: Originally released in 1986 on the LA based label Majicaa Records, here comes a much warranted official reissue and remaster of Shakeena's super good bubblegum lovers rock jam 'I Bet You'. Shakaman was a reggae master dummer who shows off his stick skills here on a searing groove that is fleshy and warm. The vocal is a sunny, aching one that brings the soul and is sure to dissipate any bad vibes on your day. Flip it over for the stylish dub version for a different kind of ride.
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 in stock $16.13
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Stay By My Side
Stay By My Side (hand-numbered 7" limited to 213 copies)
Cat: HPR 72BLACK. Rel: 25 Apr 22
  1. Stay By My Side (4:55)
  2. Keep Holding On (4:33)
 in stock $16.13
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Earl Cunningham (reissue)
Earl Cunningham (reissue) (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: BSRLP 875. Rel: 25 Feb 22
  1. Violence & Crime (3:35)
  2. Violence & Crime (version) (3:35)
  3. Bless You (3:24)
  4. Blessing (3:23)
  5. Wait In Vain (4:14)
  6. Waiting (4:36)
  7. Ready To Learn (3:07)
  8. Learning (3:06)
  9. What A Day (3:42)
Review: This cult classic dub LP from 1983 was produced and arranged by Earl Morgan at Tubby's Recording Studio in Kingston, with backing band The Roots Radicals and vocalist Earl Cunningham in top form, especially considering it was his debut album. Despite this standout first record, Earl remained a rather overlooked artist in the Jamaican reggae scene. The dubs are dusty and deep, with subtle horns bringing a bit of light next to scattered organ chords and lumpy bass. Earl's vocals are often deep in the mix but delivered with real soul. If you're a fan of the likes of Junior Murvin then this one is for you.
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 in stock $15.09
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Nature's Creed
Cat: TUF 144. Rel: 07 May 14
  1. Nature's Creed
  2. A Natural Dub
 in stock $7.54
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Heart Of The Congos
Cat: VPRL 1287. Rel: 01 Jan 90
  1. Fisherman
  2. Congo man
  3. Open Up The Gate
  4. Children Crying
  5. La La Bam Bam
  6. Can't Come In
  7. Sodom & Gomorrow
  8. The Wrong Thing
  9. Ark Of Covenant
  10. Solid Foundation
Intérprete: Arno E. Mathieu, Lemonade
 in stock $18.47
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Really For A Reason: Dubplate Mixes
  1. Junior Delgado - "Realy For A Reason" (3:17)
  2. Junior Delgado - "Really For A Dubwize" (3:15)
  3. Imanni - "Cry No More" (3:12)
  4. Junior Delgado - "Tribute To Kooks" (feat Aba Arginals) (3:39)
 in stock $12.23
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Jungle's March
  1. Jungle's March (3:51)
  2. Jungle's Dub (3:52)
Review: The Hornin Sounds label invites you to sink deep into a reggae vibe on this superlative 7" from Vin Gordon. Though freshly mastered, the sis actually built on an old instrumental that was dug out of some archives. It was originally played by Fazal Prendergast alongside The High Times Players at the legendary Channel One studio in 1982. Scientist mixed it at King Tubby studio meaning its credentials are unquestionable. Here it is finished with some deadly and devastating trombone from 'Don D Junior.'
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 in stock $13.27
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Ina Roots & Truths Showcase
  1. Hail & Greetings (extended version) (7:15)
  2. Nothing New (4:00)
  3. Heart Beat (extended version) (6:27)
  4. No Carnal (3:35)
  5. Congo (4:24)
  6. Most High (extended version) (8:02)
  7. Being As We Are (extended version) (5:47)
  8. Try Hard (2:40)
Review: Israel Movements is an 80's roots reggae band from Birmingham. Someone has been digging in the vaults and tuned out some multitrack tapes for this underrated opus so that they can be pressured. The talented band bring deep roots, mad steppers, dii sounds and on this version some newly extended dubs that really make their mark. 'No sniff, no coke, no heroin, just stick with sinsemilla' is a fine hook to kick off the opening track with and from there things remain essential as many different reggae styles are explored with great social-political commentary up top.
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 in stock $27.05
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Seven Times Rise
Cat: RGR 031. Rel: 24 Feb 22
  1. Skari - "Seven Times Rise" (3:44)
  2. Skari & Manasseh - "Seven Times DuB" (3:44)
Review: The rural hills of Manchester parish in central Jamaica is where versatile vocalist Skari hails from. He has an energetic and lively style that makes a fine vehicle for his cutting socio-political commentaries and culturally theme lyrics. He is a party of a new generation of reggae artists who continue the fine tradition of conscious roots music and for this one he worked with producer Manasseh, a master of the rub-a-dub style rhythms. His tracks cut deep and roll on fat bass and oodles of echo chamber loveliness while Skari elegant surfs over the top in always sweet and soulful style.
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 in stock $12.75
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Bad Like Yaz
Bad Like Yaz (limited hand-numbered 12")
Cat: OHB 1218. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. Bad Like Yaz (feat Aba Ariginal) (4:58)
  2. Gi Mi Da One Deh (feat U Brown) (5:02)
 in stock $18.47
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What's Going On
  1. Marvin Gaye, Jackie Mittoo - "What's Going On"
  2. Kingsley Wray - "Another Day"
  3. Skycru - "Going On Riddim"
  4. Winston Reedy, AJ Franklin, Sista Levi - "Can't Stop"
  5. Anthony Johnson - "One O'Clock Rock"
 in stock $9.89
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Showcase Vol 1
Cat: GB 4LP. Rel: 15 Apr 22
  1. Gregory Issacs - "Down The Line" (3:41)
  2. Gregory Issacs - "Dub The Line" (3:42)
  3. Gregory Issacs - "Motherless Children" (4:04)
  4. Gregory Issacs - "Motherless Dub" (4:02)
  5. Gregory Issacs - "Wah Dee" (3:35)
  6. Gregory Issacs - "Wah Dub" (3:50)
  7. Max Romeo - "Reverant" (3:35)
  8. Max Romeo - "Reverant" (dub) (3:33)
  9. Max Romeo - "More The Merrier" (3:29)
  10. Max Romeo - "Dub The Merrier" (3:48)
  11. Max Romeo - "No Peace" (4:04)
  12. Max Romeo - "No Peace" (dub) (4:03)
Review: This latest Global Beats album has been produced by Mafia and Fluxy and is packed with cuts chosen according to their relevance and ongoing ability to get any dance floor going. Of course, each of the cuts is timeless indeed but they also come with nice profound messages in the lyric as well s devastating gores in the rhythm section. All the lines between old school and new school sounds are blurred and dub mixes of each track help boost the package even further. A characterful collection for sure that touches on everything from police harassment to convict's laments.
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 in stock $20.29
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Original Foreign Mind
Cat: BDLP 04. Rel: 01 Nov 21
  1. Love Mama (3:13)
  2. Hunts Bay (3:17)
  3. Sensie A Medicine (3:29)
  4. Rub A Dubbing (2:29)
  5. Original Foreign Mind (3:51)
  6. Original Foreign Mind (dub - 12" mix) (4:01)
  7. If You Would Be Mine (3:11)
  8. What Do You Know (3:27)
  9. Black Man Seed (3:27)
  10. Cool Breeze Blowing (3:33)
  11. Junior Nature (3:35)
  12. Junior Nature (dub - 12" mix) (2:30)
 in stock $21.59
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African Shores
  1. Vin Gordon - "African Shores" (3:55)
  2. Nat Birchall meets Al Breadwinner - "Gold Coast Dub" (3:57)
Review: Legendary trombonist Vin Gordon recorded the album from which the title tune here is taken at the Bakery Studio Manchester. It was recorded and mixed using tape and analogue equipment which lend it that authentic frayed edged and earthy feel. The original title track 'African Shores' is featured with its snaking trombone leads and hissing hi hats, and on the flip trumpet master Nat Birchall steps up with Al Breadwinner for a Gold Coast dub. It is slow, fat bottomed and filled with great studio effects that warp the mind.
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 in stock $10.93
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Polarities
Cat: IGLP 005V. Rel: 26 Aug 21
  1. Don't Feel No Way (4:48)
  2. Charges (3:21)
  3. Raining Thugs (4:19)
  4. Black Carbon (feat Chronixx) (4:27)
  5. Royal Tribe (4:17)
  6. Everything Bless (feat Tiken Jah Fakoly) (5:17)
  7. Viral Trend (5:13)
  8. Value Good Again (4:34)
  9. Polarities (4:12)
  10. Imandment To Heart (3:42)
 in stock $21.59
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Wicked Man
Cat: PRV 00098. Rel: 09 May 22
  1. Wicked Man (4:06)
  2. Selekta (3:48)
  3. Selekta (remix) (4:21)
  4. Wicked Man (dub version) (4:34)
Review: Barcelona based label La Panchita has been turning out silky dub sounds since 2015. This time out they offer a fresh, digital-edged package from Tribase with clean synths and steely drums. 'Wicked Man' is a heavy and off-kilter one with mystic leads. 'Selekta' gets a little more dark and heavy, with drilling bass nocturnal synths while the remix takes on an even more metropolitan edge and sense of urban menace. Last of all is 'Wicked Man' (dub version) to offer something airy and heady.
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 in stock $14.05
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The Dread & Terrible Project
Cat: LPCM 001. Rel: 01 Sep 14
  1. Alpha & Omega
  2. Here Comes Trouble
  3. Capture Land
  4. Wheel Out
  5. Eternal Fire
  6. Spirulina
  7. Like A Whistle
  8. Alpha & Omega (dub)
  9. Here Comes Trouble (dub)
  10. Capture Land (dub)
 in stock $19.52
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Scheme
Scheme (7")
Cat: CFOEU 001. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. Scheme (4:48)
  2. Scheme (Inna dub) (5:08)
 in stock $12.48
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No War Over Woman
Cat: GGRS 007. Rel: 03 May 22
  1. No War Over Woman (3:00)
  2. No War Over Woman (dub) (3:01)
 in stock $12.48
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