Reggae / Dub / Dancehall

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Max Romeo
Revelation Time

Revelation Time is widely regarded as the best album by reggae / roots artist Max Romeo and a definitive album in the world of Jamaican music. It was originally only released in Jamaica in 1975 and again in 1977 under the name 'Warning! Warning!'. It got its international release in 1978 under the name 'Open The Iron Gate'. It was produced by Lee ‘ Scratch’ Perry.

Various
Black Ark Vol. 2

Originally released in 1981, shortly before the demise of Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry’s legendary studio, Black Ark Vol. 2 succeeded the Black Ark In Dub compilation, serving as a snapshot of a moment in time where Jamaican music stood on the brink of a new era. It gets a re-issue on vinyl, including The Inamans’ drastic makeover of the Bee Gees’ hit ‘How Deep Is Your Love’. 

The Upsetters / Dave Barker & The Upsetters
Popcorn / Tight Spot

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Various
If I Had a Pair of Wings: Jamaican Doo Wop, Vol. 1

Essential collection of Jamaican doo wop and R&B dating from the 50s to the early 60s. What’s really exciting here is the early of traces ska emerging from what may initially appear to be a replication of American sounds. Many of the artists here would become essential in the development of ska and reggae, such as Alton Ellis and Jimmy Cliff. It documents a moment of transition, a key part of Jamaican musical history. The cassette is put out by Death is Not The End.
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Lee 'Scratch' Perry & The Upsetters
Battle Of Armagideon

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The Kingstonians
Hold Down / Nice Nice

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Escape Roots
Pack Up and Run

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Yvonne Archer
Ain't Nobody

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Nora Dean
Peace Begins Within / Ay Ay Ay Ay

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Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Rainford

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry finds a way to productively channel his madness on new album Rainford. Alongside long-time confidant Adrian Sherwood the dub legend has come through with an intimate and affecting LP. Cuts like ‘African Starship’ bring to mind what might happen if you managed to get The Sun Ra Arkestra into the studio at the same time as Damon Albarn when he’s in Gorillaz mode.

Lee Perry feat. Mad Professor / Douggie Digital / Juggler
Super Ape Inna Jungle

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Seekersinternational
Badmanboogie / Killdemsound

‘Badmanboogie’ and ‘Killdemsound’ is the latest 7” single release from Canadian collective Seekersinternational. The two new tracks are compressed, futuristic dancehall delights, which are in keeping with the group’s long-standing reputation that goes all the way back to the mid-Nineties!
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African Head Charge
Drumming Is A Language 1990 - 2011

Drumming Is A Language 1990 - 2011 by African Head Charge contains four of their albums, most notably the 1990 classic Songs of Praise, and a disc of previously unreleased remixes. It follows on from the Environmental Holes & Drastic Tracks box set that anthologised the group’s early years.

Lil Toby, Felix Hall, Mother, Jon K, Ntn & Ssabae
Few Crackles Riddims

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Toots & The Maytals
Reggae Got Soul

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Rhythm & Sound
w/ The Artists

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African Head Charge
Vision Of A Psychedelic Africa

There was a big gap in the African Head Charge history between 1993 and 2005 when there was not but a squeak from their headquarters. That all changed in 2005 with this triumphant return of Bonjo Iyabinghi Noah and Adrian Sherwood - collaborating once again on music that sounded somewhat like the album title. Hypnotic beats, dubbed-out effects and tribal psychedelia  - it is all here. 

African Head Charge
Churchical Chant Of The Iyabinghi

Churchical Chant of the Iyabinghi by psychedelic-dub warriors African Head Charge is a compilation of previously unreleased remixes of tracks from their Songs Of Praise and In Pursuit Of Shashamane Land albums. It was sequenced by Patrick Dokter so you can lose yourself in the music, which is just what you want to do with this kind of thing, isn’t it?

Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and Friends
People Funny Boy: The Early Upsetter Singles

Box set of lovingly re-produced 7” vinyl versions of the first ten 45s that the Trojan label released in Britain of legendary reggae producer Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and his own Upsetter imprint. Including his own ground-breaking hit ‘People Funny Boy’, each disc is presented in special card sleeves, with an eye-catching poster and an essay by Perry’s biographer David Katz. 

Upsetters
Eastwood Rides Again

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The Melodians
Rivers Of Babylon

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Mungo's Hi Fi x Eva Lazarus
More Fyah

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Augustus Pablo meets King Tubby
The Messenger

Originally recorded as some point in the 1970s but which never saw the light of day, 'The Messenger' finally gets the release it deserves. Augustus Pablo’s haunting melodica meets the cavernous dub landscapes of regular collaborator King Tubby, and it’s easily the equal of the legendary '...Meets The Rockers Uptown' album. 

Various
Scorcha! Skins, Suedes and Style From The Streets

Accompanying a brand new book also titled 'Scorcha! Skins, Suedes and Style From The Streets', this compilation features a plethora of grass roots work revolving around skinhead culture from 1967 - 1973. Ranging from the likes of Desmond Dekker & The Aces to Lloyd Terrel and The Melodians, this is a scintillating blast from the past.

Lee 'Scratch' Perry, Peaking Lights & Ivan Lee
Life of the Plants

Life OF Plants sees the Godfather of dub reggae, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry team up with Wisconsin-based psychedelic pop duo Peaking Lights and Ivan lee. Despite the collaboration, their is no hiding some classic Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry sounds, his indelible stamp is all over this 4-track 12”.

Dhaima
Love Lives Forever

Numero Group are good at unearthing nuggets of music from a variety of genres. Here they’ve got together some tracks by the late Miami reggae singer Dhaima. It’s the first time there has been a retrospective of her work. This one has been pressed loud so you can really test your stereo with it. 

Various
Moonlight Groover

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NTsKi + 7FO
D' Ya Hear Me!

D’ya Hear Me was originally recorded by Brenda Ray and her group Naffi Sandwich in 1981 - a DIY post punk classic. Here we have a brand new digi reggae version by Japanese musician and producer, Natsuki, or as he likes to be called, NTsKi. It also features fellow Japanese musician 7FO on backing vocals. The warmth of this version shows their love for the original. Along with their original versions, the 12” features a karaoke version, a Bim One Production Remix and a Cvn remix.
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The Hempolics
Kiss, Cuddle & Torture Volume 1

With a title that describes the perfect romantic evening round my house this is a band aiming to put organic rootsy vibes back into music with an infectious romp through Reggae, Electro, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Rock and Pop. Perfect sunshine vibes to get those dull days at festivals up and running. 

Fat Freddy's Drop
Special Edition Part 1

Special Edition Part 1 is the new studio album by Fat Freddy’s Drop. It is the first album in four years from the New Zealand 7-piece. The band play an energetic blend of reggae, dub, blues, soul, jazz and techno. This is, as you might have guessed, the first part of a two album project, with part two still being cooked.

Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Roots From The Congo

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Leon Dinero ft. Screechy Dan
If You Ask Me / Bandits

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Sheila Rickards meets King Tubby
Jamaican Fruit of African Roots

Jamaican Fruit of African Roots by Sheila Rickards meets King Tubby was never released in Jamaica, or anywhere as a stand alone cut. This rare vocal version of a King Tubby production was recorded by Bunny Striker Lee in 1975 and featured the Aggrovators. The 12” aslo features dub versions by King Tubby and Prince Philip, The Aggrovators and Diggory Kenrick. Sheila Rickards disappeared after recording this - look out for a documentary on the search for the lost singer.

Jackie Mittoo
Oboe / Wall Street

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Mad Professor
Psychedelic Dub

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Various
London Is The Place For Me 7: Calypso, Palm-Wine, Mento, Joropo, Steel & Stringband

Lord Kitchener arrived on the Empire Windrush in 1948. He brought with him his song, London Is The Place For Me. London is the Place For Me: Calypso, Palm-Wine, Mento, Joropo, Steel & Stringband is a compilation released by Honest Jon’s and celebrates the music of the Caribbean and its influence on British music. 
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U Roy
Version Galore

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Various
London Is The Place For Me 8: Lord Kitchener In England 1948-1962

Volume 8 in the series celebrating Caribbean music and its influence dedicates a whole LP to Lord Kitchener and his calypso stylings on London Is The Place For Me 8: Lord Kitchener In England 1948-1962. Lord Kitchener arrived on the Empire Windrush in 1948, bringing with him colourful new music and culture.

Chosen Brothers / Bullwackie's All Stars / Rhythm & Sound
Mango Walk

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Jah B
Vampire

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The Chosen Brothers
Sing & Shout

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Rhythm & Sound
Trace

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Bobby Blackbird
The Master Blenda

We very nearly didn’t get The Master Blenda, the first solo single from Equiknoxx mastermind Bobby Blackbird. Shortly after the tune's conception Blackbird was in a near-fatal car crash and spent months in hospital. He emerged more determined than ever to complete the track, one that turns away from Equiknoxx’s twisted dancehall style and heads towards a hotstepping ska sound. Turned out with a band that included several members of Raging Fyah, ‘The Master Blenda’ is a triumph in every sense of the word. Exile The Brave and Blackbird’s Equiknoxx buddy Time Cow dub it out on the B-side.
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Alton Ellis / Soul Vendors
I'm Still In Love / Just A Bit Of Soul

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Various
2 Tone 7” Treasures

Personally curated by The Specials founder Jerry Dammers comes this 40th anniversary box set commemorating the massive cultural impact of the 2 Tone label. Featuring a dozen 7” singles, all with their original B-sides and artwork, there’s six Specials singles (including the label’s final release ‘Nelson Mandela’) plus cuts from Madness, The Selector, The Bodysnatchers and The Beat. Oh, and a 2 Tone slipmat in every box set! 

Lee Perry & The Upsetters
Revolution Dub

Say no more, this is Lee Perry operating at the peak of his super-dub powers. Along with his Upsetters, the master-man crafted Revolution Dub in 1975: since then, it’s been damn hard to find. But this BMG vinyl reissue gets the weird vibes of Perry back into proper circulation: especially crucial as this is considered one of his finest.

Horace Andy / Im and The Agg
Fever / The Flue

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Dub Surgeon
The Lost Future

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Natty / Mala & Benjamin Zephaniah
Word & Sound

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Annette Brissett
Love Power

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John Holt
Like a Bolt

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Various
Sly & Robbie Presents Reggae Masterpieces Vol. 1. A Taxi Records Anthology

Sly & Robbie have done so much in their careers that you’d be forgiven for not knowing about their label Taxi Records. Fortunately for you, Wagram have got this compilation together to help you plug that particular gap. Sly & Robbie Presents Reggae Masterpieces Vol. 1. A Taxi Records Anthology does exactly what it says on the tin and foregrounds some of the best music cut for Taxi. Focussing on tunes from the 1970’s, this LP includes Gregory Isaacs, Black Uhuru, Sugar Minott and many more. Please note that the CD features more tracks than the vinyl edition.

Various
Pay It All Back Volume 7

Adrian Sherwood opens up the On-U Sound catalogue for a tasty sampling of what we can expect to hear from the label in coming months and years. Pay It All Back Volume 7 features enticing as-yet-unreleased tracks from Roots Manuva, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Horace Andy, Nisennenmondai, African Head Charge, Mark Stewart, Congo Natty etc. all with the key Sherwood production touch. Plus exclusive pirate-radio-style transitions between tracks!

The Heptones
Night Food

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Charles Bradley feat. The Inversions
Whatcha Doing (To Me) / Strike Three

Victor ‘Tiklah’ Axelrod has taken two of Charles Bradley’s soulful masterpieces and given them a reggae recharge. Whatcha Doing (To Me) featured on Bradley’s Changes album as You Think I Don’t Know (But I Know). Axelrod and his crew turn it into something akin to a 1970s Bunny Lee production. On side B you’ll find Strike Three, a dub classic in waiting that will go down well with any DJs who’ve read this far. 7” single on Daptone.

Krikor
Cefran Riddims 001

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disrupt
The Recreation Room

Jahtari favourite Disrupt comes through with an LP for the newly-minted Zonedog imprint. The one born Jan Gleichmar returns to his favourite style of technoid illbient fare on The Recreation Room. A leftfield bit of futurism, this record cycles through washed-out ambiences, strange fourth-world loops and dubby atmospheres. It’s easy to get swept up in The Recreation Room, an album that recalls Muslimgauze, Cankun and King Midas Sound.
  • Vinyl LP (ZDR 01)
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Prince Fatty
In the Viper's Shadow

In The Viper’s Shadow, the new album from Prince Fatty AKA, record producer Mike Pelanconi, features a veritable who’s who of reggae and dub stars. Cornell Campbell, Tippa Irie, Big Youth, George Dekker, Shniece McMenamin, Earl 16, Winston Francis, Marcia Griffith and Horseman all pop up, all produced and arranged by Pelanconi to get the best use out of the ensemble cast.

Willie Williams
Armagideon Time (Disco Mix)

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The Pioneers
Battle Of The Giants

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Mikey Dread
At The Control Dubwise

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Various
Studio One DJ Party

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Scientist Meets The Crazy Mad Professor
At Channel One

Jamaican dub producers love meeting other Jamaican dub producers and so here is a re-issued document of the time Scientist hooked up with Crazy Mad Professor (not the other Mad Professor we know from collaborations with Massive Attack but a *really* crazy one). Both learnt at the mantle of King Tubby and here pitch their production skills against each other which sees both up their game and produce some of their best work. Classic dub cuts.    

Various
Love Is All I Bring

Love Is All I Bring shines a light on the female stars of Trojan Records’ long and distinguished history. There is, unsurprisingly, a superstar line-up on display - Marcia Griffiths, Dawn Penn and Hortense Ellis are but three of the artists with work included here. Split into two sections, the first half of Love Is All I Bring offers hits (‘Uptown Top Ranking’, ‘I’m Still In Love With You’) while the second focuses on rare grooves.

Desmond Dekker
Double Dekker

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Wailing Souls / Al Campbell
Who No Waan Come / Unfaithful Children

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Marcia Griffiths
Sweet and Nice

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King Tubby
Dub From The Roots

A classic King Tubby dub from '75 which features various tracks seen floating about on compilations over the years but have yet to have a home on one piece of wax. Loads of early classics here including reworks of cuts by the likes of Horace Andy and Johnny Clarke. All with that smoky, cavernous echo, fx and huge floor shaking basslines. Tune in, sit back, smoke out.  

Various
Sock It to Me: Boss Reggae Rarities in the Spirit of '69

Some of the rarest Trojan cuts collected all in one place, this new compilation Sock It To Me: Boss Reggae Rarities is a must-have for all collectors of classic reggae. Every one of these 12 tracks, from the likes of The Sparkers, Tommy McCook and The Hippy Boys, have been unavailable on vinyl for half a century. 

The Bug
Zim Zim Zim

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Ossie All Stars
Leggo Dub

Back in 2005 The Revolutionaries teamed up with Ossie Hibbert for a dub rendering of some classic Gregory Isaacs riddims. The resulting Leggo Dub, released under the banner of the Ossie All Stars, quickly became a favourite in soundsystem circles - John Peel was a fan y’know. With Hibbert passing in 2012, a reissue of Leggo Dub stands as a timely and fitting tribute to his work. Dropped as part of VP Records' 40th birthday celebrations.

Rhythm & Sound w/ Tikiman
Music A Fe Rule

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Rhythm & Sound
Aground

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Rhythm & Sound
Carrier

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Tommy McCook & The Supersonics
Greater Jamaica - Moonwalk Reggae

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Various
Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics

Trevor Jackson, compiler extraordinaire, has another carefully chosen collection of danceable history for you. Science Fiction Dancehall Classics is an incredibly enticing title, and the contents live up to the billing. Wondrous weird dubness from the likes of Neneh Cherry, Mark Stewart + The Maffia and Missing Brazilians. 2 CDs or 3 LPs.

African Head Charge
Return Of The Crocodile

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Lee 'Scratch' Perry
Makumba Rock

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Equiknoxx
Eternal Children

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The Congos
Back In The Black Ark

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Tradition
Captain Ganja & The Space Patrol

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Seekersinternational
The Guncontrolla

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DJ Sotofett
Dub Off

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Guerilla Welfare
The Nature Of Human Nature

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Various
The Harder They Come

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Prince Jammy
Kamikaze Dub

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The Flying Lizards
The Secret Dub Life Of The Flying Lizards

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Dub Syndicate
Displaced Masters

Dub Syndicate were a loose dub collective with selector Adrian Sherwood at its centre, with a varied cast of players working experimentally within the structures of wonderful dub. Displaced Masters is a set of previously unheard quality cuts from the studio in the early 1980’s. Much of this material is rawer in feel than the album cuts of the time. LP release on On-U Sound.

King Tubby
The Roots Of Dub

Classic album from the dub master - originally issued way back in 1975 on Total Sounds outta Jamaica. It's impossible to overstate the importance Tubby's vision of dub reggae would have on contemporary bass music; from jungle to grime, dubstep and beyond. These cuts are undisputable hard evidence. A smokers delight.

Claude Fontaine
Claude Fontaine

Claude Fontaine - a woman who sounds like her parents used a ‘French names’ bot to generate her birth certificate - clearly loves Jamaican music. She seems to be particularly partial to the golden-age rocksteady, ska and reggae of early Trojan and Studio One. In fact, she’s so enthralled with the scene that she’s made sure her eponymous debut LP sounds like it was cut several decades ago. Over saturated riddims Fontaine sings in a voice that recalls Jane Birkin. All of this makes for an extremely chic listen.

Wayne Jarrett
What's Wrong With The Youths

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The NJE with Adrian Sherwood
Afloat In Dub

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The Heptones
Swing Low

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Prince Mohamed
African Roots

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Mikey Dread
Roots & Culture

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Congo Natty
Jungle Revolution

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Various
Fashion Records: Style & Fashion

A celebration of the legendary Fashion Records on who else but Soul Jazz. Fashion were almost unique among reggae labels, their sights being set squarely on the UK and not Jamaica. The compilation features legends like General Levy and Cutty Ranks. There's also a fewer smaller names on here, but the suffice to say, it all rules.

Lee Perry & Friends
Back To The Ark

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