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Flintøkse-hård fremtids-dub med ekkoer fra den før-kristne nordiske oldtid. Kompromisløs progressiv steppas dub i den såkaldte 'år 3000 stil' som nogle måske kender fra Iration Steppas og O.B.F. Peak-hour business!
Sicilian Reggae artist Alborosie returns with his second Greensleeves album '2 Times Revolution'. The vinyl has 10 tracks, a journey through Urban and World music styles, features include Etana, Junior Reid, and the sampled voice of renown italian philospher Giuseppe Tarantino - Brilliant!
The dub version to Alborosie's longplayer 'Sound The System'. (gentle warning - this is a vinyl only release!)
"Dub For The Radicals" are ten unearthed rock solid Roots Radics rhythm tracks dub charged by Alborosie and Flabba Holt at Shengen Studio, Jamaica. This is speaker shaking drum and bass from the original Roots Radics - pure dub fire - Alborosie meets The Roots Radics at their best in a heavyweight dub showdown! - It is Alborosie's fifth dub project following the strictly dubwise albums "Dub Clash" (2010), "Dub The System" (2013), "Dub Of Thrones" w/King Jammy (2015) and "Freedom In Dub" (2017).
Genoptryk af Bikstoks EP fra 2015. Med hittet 80eren.
Nyt (2019) genoptryk på blå vinyl!
Dansk dancehall plade. Produceret af Firehouse & Klumben. Gæstes af Mighty Mala & Klumben. Whitelabel edition!
Catalog#: SUB 002
"I Man A The Stal-A-Watt" gathers together 13 sure shots from Cornell Campbell blending the very best of his all-conquering hit run of forty-fives for Bunny "Striker" Lee alongside a stretch of crucial cuts produced by Joe Gibbs - from the 1970s - 80s classic era. The title is a boast from the early soundclash era when many of Campbell's tracks, here produced primarily by Bunny Lee, would play first on King Tubby’s Home Town Hi-Fi in Jamaica. The songs run the range from clash-ready standards like "Mash You Down" and "The Gorgon" to cultural commentaries like "Jah Jah Me Horn Yah" and "Bandulu" to the lover’s masterpiece "The Investigator" which leads off the set. Stretching into the early 80s, the collection includes two originals that would spawn countless re-interpretations, "Rope In" and "Boxing Around".
"Baldhead Bridge" is the follow up to their seismic debut "Two Sevens Clash" for producer Joe Gibbs in 1977 which consolidated Culture's position as Jamaica's roots rock reggae trio. Packed full of Rasta anthems including "Them A Payaka", "Love Shines Brighter", "Jah Love", the title song "Baldhead Bridge" (including an allusion to the 'London Bridge' traditional),the hit single "Zion Gate", and the dread nyabinghi of "So Long Babylon A Fool I (And I)", this set is available once again on LP-Vinyl. "Baldhead Bridge" was recorded at the Joe Gibbs Recording Studio within the same sessions as "Two Sevens Clash" with Joe Gibbs and E.T. (aka Errol Thompson) at the mixing desk, the latter in charge also for some special effects, with the musicans of The Professionals and the voices of Joseph Hill (Lead Vocal), Albert Walker (Tenor), Kenneth Dayes (Alto) - it's another 'must-have' for all the fans of Culture and Roots Reggaefrom '70ies!
Seed of Redemption is the debut album from Endurance. The album is an culmination of years of recording in both the artists own studio Highly I and together with Morten McCoy in his studio. The productions feature live musicians playing together in one take and takes inspiration in the heavy Jamaican roots production from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. The intro “Seed of Redemption” and the last tune “Honour Jah” are both in the ancient style of Nyahbinghi which also underlines the strong cultural and spiritual message on this record. Lyrically Endurance is focusing on his faith in Rastafari. Through loving JAH the creator and living a upful life on a daily basis mankind will be able to overcome the problems we are facing today.
New Zealand juggernaut Fat Freddy’s Drop return with a new studio album, ‘Special Edition Part 1’ and an extensive tour in 2020. Black vinyl edition.
Press: New Zealand
Among the most important full-length album works from one of reggae’s greatest singers, "Mr. Isaacs" shows the great Gregory Isaacs in the prime of his career in 1976/1977. Better known for his love songs, Isaacs was equally adept at cultural themes. The tracks "Set The Captives Free" and "Slave Master" are among the most popular in his catalogue, the latter immortalized on film in the movie 'Rockers'. The track "Storm" became an early favourite in the dancehall, its rhythm track (aka the Storm riddim) is re-imagined no fewer than 75 times over the last 40 years. Gregory Isaacs love of Rocksteady shines in his cover of the Silvertones’ "Smile", and his soulful side comes through on a cover of The Temptations’ "Get Ready". The breadth of material on "Mr. Isaacs" is the hallmark of a reggae classic!
1977 dub classic with Prince Jammy at the controls. Long awaited re-issue in the iconic original sleeve of the crucial dub companion to Horace Andy's classic "In The Light" that was given confirmed dub album classic status by its 1995 Blood & Fire edition. Horace Andy's profile already legendary in reggae circles, has been internationally raised by his work with Massive Attack and his continued live presence.
Long awaited re-issue in the original sleeve of what many regard as Horace Andy's strongest testament, originally released in 1977 and given confirmed reggae album classic status by its 1995 Blood & Fire release. Horace Andy's profile already legendary in reggae circles, has been internationally raised by his work with Massive Attack and his continued live presence, "In The Light" captures him at the very top of his game.
Back in stock is the Kevin Metcalfe re-mastered dub classic from 1977 in the original picture sleeve! - "African Dub Chapter Two" has 12 tracks of excellent dub versions on riddims from the Treasure Isle and Studio One Rocksteady-era, on "Hypocrites" (Bob Marley & The Wailers) and on "Uptown Top Ranking" (Althea & Donna) with featured musicians Carlton "Santa" Davis, Leroy "Horsemouth" Wallace, George "Fully" Fulwood, Tony Chin, Richard "Dirty Harry" Hall, Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis, plus Errol Thompson aka Errol T at the mixing desk.