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The Congos
Heart Of The Congos

Heart Of The Congos is one of the all-time classics, and surely one of the most highly regarded roots reggae records around. This right here is a reissue of a reissue, putting the fullest and best version of the album back into circulation. Over three CDs or three LPs, the rare Lee Perry original mix is bolstered with edits, dubs and remixed versions, including one previously unreleased! Reissued by VP.
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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.
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King Tubby
Surrounded By the Dreads At the National Arena

Right in the capital of Jamaica, King Tubby proved his potency by playing a twelve hour set in September 1975. Surrounded by the Dreads at the National Arena is a testament to that night’s power, force and King Tubby’s legendary impact on everything we call dub today. A piece of history to bob your head to.
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Winston Edwards & Black Beard
At 10 Downing Street

Dub subversions of the UK party political system from Winston Edwards & Black Beard. At 10 Downing Street was first released in 1980, and is now being reissued especially to overlap with the upcoming general election, a move I heartily endorse. If politics felt more like this record feels…
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Dennis Brown
Words Of Wisdom

Reissue of the late Dennis Brown’s 1979 LP Words Of Wisdom. The reggae legend is on top form on this righteous, impassioned collection of roots. Cuts like ‘So Jay Say’ and ‘Don’t Feel No Way’ could chant down Babylon all by themselves. The record also shows Brown’s sensitive side - the soulful ‘Money In My Pocket’ went on to become his signature song.
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Horace Andy
Good Vibes

Compiled by Steve Barrow and originally released in 1997 on Blood & Fire, Good Vibes collects a brace of tracks from the period 1975 to 1980. All tracks are either augmented with dubs or in discomix versions and capture Andy in his hardest-edged form. Highlights include Prince Jammy’s 12” mix of the Bunny Lee production Pure Ranking. Double LP or single CD, containing updated sleevenotes by Barrow.
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Mad Professor meets Jah9
Mad Professor Meets Jah9 In The Midst Of The Storm

The crown prince of dub sprinkles his magic dust over Jah9’s much lauded 2016 debut LP 9. … In The Midst of the Storm is Mad Professor’s first album for legendary Queens, NY reggae label VP Records. Take one listen to the LP and enjoy the studio wizardry and unique way with atmospherics that has got him onto the VP roster.
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King Jammy
Waterhouse Dub

King Jammy has a claim to being Jamaica’s foremost studio wizard, having been schooled by King Tubby and produced, among hundreds of other tracks, Wayne Smith’s ‘Under Me Sleng Teng’. He funnels decades of experience into another set of tough dubs. Comes with a nice poster showing the Waterhouse area of Kingston from which the album gets its name.
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Culture
Two Sevens Clash (40th Anniversary Edition)

Culture’s Two Sevens Clash is a 1977 reggae classic with a place both in history and in the hearts of many who discovered the genre that year, This reissue expands the album by gathering up all the dubs, 12” disco remixes and DJ versions that sprung from it, so you can have the full Two Sevens Clash experience here. Fortieth anniversary double CD / triple LP reissues on VP.
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Augustus Pablo
King David's Melody - Classic Instrumentals & Dubs

By now the dub O.G. Pablo needs no introduction, so the selling point of this particular collection is 5 never-before-heard cuts collected and released for the first time. The grooves are rocksteady, the vibe is deep and the production is impeccable and pioneering, and then there’s that wonderful melodica playing to cap the whole show off.
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Keith Hudson
Pick A Dub

A crucial piece of the dub canon, produced way back in 1974 by Keith Hudson. A strong case can be made for Pick a Dub being one of the very first dub works, taking earlier tracks and filtering, echoing and otherwise re-organising them. The sound is sparser than some later dub, allowing each element of the mix to shine. Reissued by VP, with bonus tracks.
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Various
First Class Rock steady

Compilation of classic Jamaican island sounds, including offerings from the seminal likes of Alton Ellis, Lee Perry, Desmond Dekker and Lynn Tait and the Jets. Cool, laid-back, sun-soaked reggae, available on vinyl as a double long player. Every vinyl collection needs one of these. Pre-order from us now. 
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Augustus Pablo
Original Rockers - Deluxe Edition

Roots reggae / dub man Augustus Pablo was first introduced to the wider (read: outside Jamaica) world in 1979, with the Original Rockers compilation. Pablo’s melodica sits well with the dubbed rhythms of these tracks. This reissue presents the whole lot again, this time with some rare and heavy extra cuts added into the mix. CD or double vinyl, on VP.
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Keith Hudson
Jammys Dub Encounter

Big re-issue for fans of premium dub. A companion piece to 'Tuff Gong Encounter' this showcases The Wailers in fine and heavy style. King Jammy is at the controls for six massive woofer testing dub tracks, with the vinyl cut loud for maximum rib rattling bass and big drum sounds.
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Augustus Pablo
Presents Rockers International

Augustus Pablo Presents Rockers International is a 1980 compilation of excellent reggae-meets-rock tracks. We’ve got the likes of Delroy Williams, Norris Reid, Jah Bull… And all of it driven forth by Pablo’s smooth-skanking, firmly-rhythmic production. Nicely affordable LP reissue on VP.
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Augustus Pablo
Presents Rockers International 2

Augustus Pablo Presents Rockers International is part two of a compilation series, gathering up excellent reggae-meets-rock tracks. We’ve got the likes of Earl Sixteen, Norris Reid, Jacob Miller… And all of it driven forth by Pablo’s smooth-skanking, firmly-rhythmic production. Nicely affordable LP reissue on VP.
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King Jammy
Roots Reality and Sleng Teng

The very finest cuts from the career of King Jammy, reggae extraordinaire. Even if Jammy had never done anything other than bequeath the mighty ‘Under Me Sleng Teng’ to the world, he would be worthy of vast admiration. But this compilation shows that he has plenty other killer tracks under his belt. Available with a documentary DVD!
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Various
More Jammys From The Roots

Compilation of Jammy's produced reggae classics, available on either cd or double vinyl. Tracks: 01. Wayne Smith – My Lord My God 02. Admiral Tibet – Chase Them Down 03. Junior Murvin – Cool Down The Heat 04. Echo Minott – Living In The Ghetto 05. Youth Man – Mr. Boss Man 06. Dennis Brown – Tracks of Life 07. Al Campbell – Can’t Take the Pressure 08. Junior Delgado – No Warrior 09. Prince Junior – Crucial Boy 10. Pad Anthony – Dangerous System 11. Nitty Gritty – Down In the Ghetto 12. King Kong – Move Insane 13. Junior Delgado – Rasta People 14. Dennis Brown & Leroy Sibbles – All For One 15. Barry Brown – Far East 16. Junior Murvin – Jack Slick 17. Junior Delgado – Illegal Gun 18. Little Twitch – Devil Send You Come 19. Horace Andy – Live And Save Life 20. Little Kirk – Don’t Touch the Crack 21. Super Black – Bad Boy Gone A Jail 22. Admiral Bailey – Politician 23. Cornell Campbell – Nothing Don’t Come Easy 24. Courtney Melody – Feel the Pressure 25. Hopeton Lindo – Ghetto Tenement Yard 26. Admiral Tibet – Serious Time 27. Cultural Roots – Get Up Stand Up 28. King Everal – Must Have to Free 29. Eccelton Jarrett – It’s True 30. Johnny Osbourne – Dem A Terrorist 31. Wailing Souls – Spread Propaganda 32. Sugar Minott – A Chance Is Gonna Come  
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Augustus Pablo
Born To Dub You

Bursting will dubby goodness from VP, Born To Dub is a selection of rarities and unreleased tracks from reggae legend Augustus Pablo. Taking you back to the glory days of King Tubby and Studio One, Augustus Pablo's influence on not just reggae and dub, but decades of music is evident. Whether you're listening to these for the first time or revisiting them, these dubs will not disappoint.
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