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Bestselling artists on Radiation Roots this year: Bob Marley

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Marijuana In My Brain

Straight from 1977, here’s marijuana afficionado Dillinger’s seminal Marijuana In My Brain, reissued by Radiation Roots. Discovered by Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Dillinger teamed up with producer Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee to create a spaced-out roots classic. Features iconic MS Paint artwork.

Sly & Robbie
Dub For Tubs - A Tribute To King Tubby

Everyone loves King Tubby, and nobody loved him more so than Sly & Robbie, the killer rhythm section behind many of the best ever reggae recordings. Dubs For Tubs is a suitable tribute to the great dub monarch, with digital versions of many classics presented here. Play it loud on a system with plenty of bass-weight, and raise a glass to King Tubby.

Bob Marley and the Wailers
Soul Rebels

Soul Rebels was the second album by Bob Marley and The Wailers, originally released in 1970 and listed as being by The Wailers.  It was a concept album, with all the tracks linked by themes of rebellion. It was produced by Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and featured a cover, of James Brown’s ‘My Cup’. A roots reggae classic. Reissue LP and CD on Radiation Roots.

The Paragons

As a pioneering force within the rich conglomerate of Jamaican Ska, The Paragons' legacy is here to be enjoyed with the release of Return. The 12-track offering is a perfect representation of the group's smooth works. With a long, rich history - characterised by hits as much as it is line-up changes - this is one for the fans. 

Dennis Alcapone
Guns Don't Argue

Classic reggae reissues coming your way from the Radiation Roots label. Here is Dennis Alcapone’s 1972 album Guns Don’t Argue (it’s true, they don’t), produced with Bunny Lee, has a lovely swing to it, with Dennis holding forth over the top of some classic rhythms: ‘Ain’t Too Proud To Beg’ by The Temptations, ‘Better Must Come’ by Delroy Wilson… CD and LP editions.

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.

Can't Conquer Rasta

Classic reggae reissues coming your way from the Radiation Roots label. Here is I-Roy’s 1977 album Can’t Conquer Rasta (it’s true, you can’t), produced with Bunny Lee, gives our hero a number of incredible rhythms over which he proves his prowess. Plus, every track on the A-side is complemented by a Prince Jammy-orchestrated dub version on the B-side! CD and LP editions.

Alton Ellis
Love To Share

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Augustus Pablo
At King Tubby's

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

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Answer Me Question

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Barry Brown
I’m Still Waiting

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Jackie Mittoo
The Keyboard King

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