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    Augustus PabloMoods of PabloRadiation Roots
    LP (Yellow and Green Splatter Vinyl)The man known as Augustus Pablo was a visionary, part of an intimate group of creative figures whose approach to reggae...
      Ranking DillingerNon Stop Disco StyleRadiation Roots
      LP (Military Green and White Coloured Vinyl)Top-ranking toaster Dillinger, aka Lester Bullock, is among the most versatile and popular of all the Jamaican...
        Dennis AlcaponeInvestigator RockRadiation Roots
        Radiation Roots presents a reissue of Dennis Alcapone's 1977 album, Investigator Rock. Dennis Alcapone was one of the first sound system deejays to rise...
        • Dennis Alcapone – Natty Knock Them Out
        • Dennis Alcapone – Wise Man From The East
        • Dennis Alcapone – Peace And Love
        Barry BrownStep It Up YouthmanRadiation Roots
        Roots reggae vocalist Barry Brown had a very distinctive singing style. His most obvious role model was the fragile tenor of Horace Andy, but Brown gave...
        • Barry Brown – Trying Youthman
        • Barry Brown – Truth And Right
        • Barry Brown – Give Thanks & Praise
        • Barry Brown – I'm Not A King
        • Barry Brown – Things In Life
        • Barry Brown – Step It Up Youthman
        I RoyCan't Conquer RastaRadiation Roots
        Radiation Roots present a reissue of I Roy's Can't Conquer Rasta, originally released in 1977. Born Roy Samuel Reid in Saint Thomas...
        • I Roy – Jamaican Colley
        • I Roy – Wise Man A Rasta Man
        • I Roy – Big Eel
        • I Roy – Them Can't Conquer Rasta Dub
        • I Roy – Big Eel Dub
        Derrick MorganPeople DecisionRadiation Roots
        People Decision, voiced at King Tubby's studio for Lee and released by Third World in 1977, sees Morgan in politicised roots reggae mode on songs like...