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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.
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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. 
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Spirit of '69: The Boss Reggae Sevens Collection

Limited to only 1000 pressings is this exclusive compilation of reggae classics is Spirit of 69: The Boss Reggae Sevens, which is compiled with a range artists including Lloyd Robinson, Drumbago & The Dynamites and Derrick Harriott. An absolute essential for fans of 60s/70s reggae, and only available from independent retailers.
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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. 

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Monkey Business: The Definitive Skinhead Reggae Collection

While it’s long been an entry point for newcomers to Trojan Records, regularly being re-issued on CD, the label’s 1980 compilation Monkey Business has never been given the full re-issue treatment on vinyl. Happily, that’s now been corrected, with genre classics from The Maytals, Desmond Dekker and Dave & Ansel Collins presented over two LPs with annotations from top reggae DJ Toast. 
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  • Trojan

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Rudeboy: The Story of Trojan Records (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The inimitable Trojan Records turns fifty in 2018. To celebrate the occasion they’ve had a documentary made to tell their tale. You don’t need us to inform you that the accompanying soundtrack LP for Rudeboy: The Story Of Trojan Records is chock-full of classic tunes. Toots And The Maytals’ ‘54-46 Was My Number’ and ‘Pressure Drop’, Desmond Dekker’s ‘Israelites’ and ‘007 (Shanty Town)’, The Harry J All Stars’ ‘Liquidator’ and many more God-tier bangers feature here.
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Trojan 50th Anniversary Picture Disc

With Trojan Records celebrating a half-century in 2018, we reckon they’re allowed to indulge in a little gloating. This nifty release sees some of the label’s early smashes pressed on a double-picture disc - iconic helmet logo on one side, 50th birthday image on the other. Every tune on here went UK top-ten on release, with four of them claiming number 1 spot. Desmond Dekker’s ‘The Israelites’, Ken Boothe’s ‘Everything I Own’, The Upsetters, Harry J All Stars - the Trojan cup really do runneth over.
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Original Skinhead Reggae Classics

Coming straight from paws of the Trojan selectors, this compilation is as authoritative as can be on the subject of early skinhead music. Original Skinhead Reggae Classics is a twelve track collection of quality UK reggae, featuring acts like The Hot Rod All Stars, Lloyd Charmers and Desmond Riley. Vinyl release.
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Desmond Dekker
Israelites

Israelites is a classic 1969 release by major reggae player Desmond Dekker. The album is notable for containing the first ever UK ska number one. It has, however, been mostly unavailable since the 60’s due to a lack of reissuing. Thankfully, Trojan have at last stepped up, remastering the audio and presenting it in an imitation of the original UK sleeve artwork.

John Holt
1000 Volts of Holt

John Holt’s snappily named 1974 album 1000 Volts of Holt is a particularly fine example of the legendary vocalist’s poppy reggae style. The instrumental arrangements are luscious and smooth, with generous swathes of orchestral overdubs placing the music in a special place. The covers Holt chooses to sing here are fully Holtified. LP reissue from 
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  • Trojan

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Monkey Business: The 7” Vinyl Box Set

When the demand for the various original formats of reggae grows, only the guys at Trojan can serve it with justice. A massive box set of 10 7”s that covers all your boss reggae needs. Grab them boots and braces. Including tracks from The Kingstonians, The Maytals, The Pioneers, The Upsetters and Desmond Dekker.
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  • Trojan

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Original Soul Reggae Classics

Coming straight from paws of the Trojan selectors, this compilation is as authoritative as can be on the subject of reggae / R&B crossover music. Original Soul Reggae Classics is a twelve track collection of the most soulful Jamaican music circa the mid-70s, featuring acts like Alton Ellis, Ken Boothe and Derrick Harriott. Vinyl release.
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The Maytals
Monkey Man

Classic reggae from festival favourites The Maytals (featuring Toots). Released in 1969, Monkey Man had a bit of an impact in the UK, pricking ears up to this Jamaican sound. Money Man has been unavailable on vinyl for too damn long, but now Trojan are reissuing it, with remastered audio but original artwork.
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