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Bunny Lee & The Aggrovators
Super Dub Disco Style

Heavyweight reissue from Pressure Sounds here. Bunny Lee’s 1979 LP Super Dub Disco Style was tracked at King Tubby’s studio and mixed at Channel One. Ballasted by an all-star band featuring Jackie Mittoo, Sly & Robbie and a few others, Lee hits the sweet-spot between soundsystem heaviness and experimental atmospherics. Tracks like ‘The Dub Specialist’ bring together the sounds of Kingston with American soul, funk and disco influences.
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  • The Aggrovators

Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators
Super Star-Disco Rockers

Pressure Sounds continue on their 2018 reissue tip with this pressing of Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators 1977 LP Super Star/Disco Rockers. A cornucopia of big names - Earl Smith on guitar, Tubby and Jammie engineering, Sly & Robbie covering the rhythm section, the list goes on - provide rocksteady grooves and dense fogs of delay over which McCook blows his horn.
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  • The Aggrovators

King Tubby's & The Agrovators
Dubbing In The Back Yard

This particular record by dub mastermind King Tubby and studio backing band legends The Aggrovators (with Bunny Lee at the producer controls!) has never ever been reissued, leaving only the original 1982 pressing floating around. Now though, everyone can get Dubbing In The Back Yard, thanks to this LP reissue on Pressure Sounds.
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  • The Aggrovators

The Aggrovators
Rasta Dub '76

The Aggrovators were the in-house studio band for so much of Jamaican reggae’s fertile mid-70’s period, providing the backbone for countless hits and classics. Rasta Dub ‘76 features a selection of those tunes put through the magic dub machine, with Prince Jammy at the controls. This strong collection is seeing reissue via Radiation Roots.
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  • The Aggrovators

Tommy McCook & The Aggrovators
King Tubby Meets The Aggrovators At Dub Station

Here’s a premium session by tenor saxophonist Tommy McCook (leader of The Skatalites and a prolific session player) and his group The Aggrovators. But wait, there’s more major personnel! Dub maestro King Tubby was sat at the controls, so naturally the sounds got totally deep and wild. King Tubby Meets The Aggrovators At Dub Station has been reissued, with extra tracks, by Radiation Roots.
  • Artist(s):
  • The Aggrovators
  • Artist(s):
  • The Aggrovators