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    • King Tubby – Dub Them Under Manners
    • King Tubby – Go In A It Dub Stylee
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    • King Tubby – The Best Dub In The Business
    • King Tubby – Majestic Stylee
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    • 2. Go In A It Dub Stylee
    • 3. This Is A Natural Dub Stylee
    • 4. Ragga Muffin Dub Stylee
    • 5. Bad Boys Dub Stylee
    • 6. The Best Dub In The Business
    • 7. Majestic Stylee
    • 8. Brighter Shade Of Dub Stylee
    • 9. Dubbers Delight Stylee
    • 10. Back Out A This Dub Stylee

    1st time reissued on Vinyl!! Killer heavy heavy DUB LP Highly Recommended!

    King Tubby was the legendary producer and engineer who pioneered remixing and developed dub as an art form in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Today, he is considered to be one of the most important figures in Jamaican music and his influence can be heard in hip-hop, jungle, garage and dubstep.

    ‘Majestic Dub’ was first released in 1983 on the British reggae label Star. Recorded at King Tubby’s famous Kingston studio, it features performances by legendary reggae session musicians including Sly & Robbie, Noel “Skully” Simms, Uziah “Sticky” Thompson, Jackie Mittoo, Winston Wright, Earl “Chinna” Smith and Willie Lindo.

    Other Releases by King Tubby

    King TubbyDubbing In The Back YardPressure Sounds

    An overlooked slice of early eighties dub from Striker Lee. Actually mixed by Prince Jammy at Tubbys studio. CD has 13 tracks and an added free cd of Delroy Wilson's 'Go Away Dream' album thrown in for good measure. The vinyl LP sticks to the original 10 track release. Sleevenotes by Diggory Kenrick and photos by Howard Johnson of Channel 4s Deep Roots Music fame. An excellent package.

      King TubbyFirehouse RevolutionPressure Sounds

      King Tubby's digital productions from the mid to late 80s, featuring the classic "tempo" by anthony red rose plus killer tracks from conroy smith, lloyd hemmings, king everall, johnny osbourne, little john, king kong and many more.

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        African BrothersHold TightDemon Records

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        3LP White, Purple, Green!!!

        Demon Records proudly presents the 20th anniversary 3 LP edition of Suede' s fourth album; "Head Music". Home to the hits "Electricity", "Can' t Get Enough","Everything Will Flow" and "She' s In Fashion". The extra third LP features ten non-album b-sides, issued inthis format for the first time and pressed on 180g heavyweight coloured vinyl.

          LuluHeaven And Earth And The StarsDemon Records

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          Exclusive to RSD2018, and originally released in 1973, Heaven And Earth And The Stars was the 7th studio album released by British pop star Lulu.The album famously featured covers of 2 David Bowie classics; The Man Who Sold The World and Watch That Man , both produced by Bowie and Mick Ronson, and featuring Bowie on backing vocals and saxophone.

          As a bonus it includes a limited and collectible numbered 7 single of the two David Bowie written/produced songs ( The Man Who Sold The World and Watch That Man ). This is limited to 2000 units worldwide.

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                Studio One Dub 2 is a second collection bringing together some of the finest dubs from the legendary Studio One Records, Kingston, Jamaica. Dub music was the creation of a generation of brilliant recording studio engineers in Jamaica. But although Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One is hailed as the greatest of the Jamaican recording labels, and although many talented engineers worked the board at Dodd's Brentford Road studio over the years (including Sylvan Morris, Syd Bucknor, Overton "Scientist" Brown and Dodd himself), Studio One was never typically known as a centre for dub. This is because for many fans the studio's commercial and stylistic heyday was in the 1960s, prior to the rise of dub as a distinct sub-genre of Jamaican music in the 1970s.

                By the 1970s, however, dub music was the rage in Jamaica's sound systems. Always the pioneer — and since Sylvan Morris had left the Studio One operation around 1972 — Coxsone supervised the dubs till leaving Jamaica at the end of the decade. This meant that for the most part, for example, the twelve Studio One dub albums released during the 1970s were mixed by Dodd himself, using the moniker "Dub Specialist." Throughout the decade, the mixes became more sophisticated and atmospheric.

                Along with the first volume of Studio One Dub, the cuts here demonstrate that Studio One's contribution to the innovative musical form of dub was substantial, and go straight to the head of listeners who feel that the only centres for dub were studios such as King Tubby's, Lee Perry's Black Ark, Channel One, or Joe Gibbs's. 

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                Sleeve-notes are by Michael E. Veal, author of Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Songs in Jamaican Reggae (Wesleyan University Press, 2007).

                • Sound Dimension – I'll Be Around
                • Soundstorm – Dub Rock
                • Albert and the Gladiators – Watch Out Version
                • Brentford Reggae Band – Moses Version
                • Brentford Disco Set – Peace Version
                • Brentford Disco Set – Natty Ting A Ling PT.2
                • Marcia Griffiths – Feel Like Jumping PT.2
                • Drum Bago and The Rebel Group – Reggae Version
                • St. Ct. and The Gladiators Band – Soul Locks
                • Freddie and Sound Dimension – How Could You Version
                • Sound Dimension Band – Run Run Version
                • Holt and Sound Dimension – Any Where Version
                • Alton and Sound Vendors – Live and Dub
                • Freddie Mckay – Drunken Sailor Version
                • Ital Sound – Welding
                • Dub Specialist – Dar Es Salaam
                • Dub Specialist – Always Dubbing
                • Dub Specialist – Mojo Papa
                Cold WaveSoul Jazz Records

                Ltd. Edn. Dayglo sleeve + ORANGE VINYL 2xLP, + mini-fanzine/ Ltd. Edn. Dayglo sleeve + BLACK VINYL 2xLP, + mini-fanzine/ Dayglo CD + Slipcase + Booklet


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                This first edition of Cold Wave comes in two vinyl editions – a one-off pressing orange coloured vinyl edition and a black vinyl edition. Both come as heavyweight double vinyl housed in bespoke individual inner sleeves and the limited edition first pressing of this album comes with its own free pull-out fanzine on the groups featured. The CD edition comes with artist booklet/fanzine and slipcase. All editions are printed in special dayglo colour finish.


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                Aside from the first electronic, no wave, and post-punk artists cited as influences –Suicide, Patrick Cowley, The Normal, Martin Hannett, Laurie Anderson, Public Image – this new generation of artists also show an exquisitely open source of electronic and disparate influences, everything from Underground Resistance to Purcell, from Scientist to New Beat and more besides.

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                All of the bands featured here make distinctive contemporary music out of the 80s roots of the first cold wave movement.

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                • FIT Siegel – Wayne County Stomp
                • De Ambassade – Standhouden
                • Wang Inc – Approdo
                • Krikor Kouchian – Niños Matadores
                • Céline Gillain – Fight or Flight
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                Soul Jazz Records’ new ‘Studio One Dub Fire Special’ brings together 18 heavyweight dub cuts all recorded at 13 Brentford Road in the 1970s.

                Featuring a stellar selection of dub cuts to classic and foundation songs recorded at Studio One with music from the legendary in-house bands - The Sound Dimension, New Establishment, Soul Defenders and Brentford All-Stars – featuring the likes of reggae’s finest musicians - Jackie Mittoo, Leroy Sibbles, Cedric Brooks, Freddie McGregor and more.

                These fresh dub sounds employed the mighty mixing desk skills of The Dub Specialist, aka Clement ‘Sir Coxsone’ Dodd and studio engineer supremo Sylvan Morris to full effect. Studio One Dub Fire Special features our latest chapter of raw, stripped-down bass and drum sounds direct from Studio One.

                "Brilliant, absolutely superb collection, a hand-picked selection of dubs straight out of Studio One" David Rodigan

                * (no digital in USA)

                • – Cairo
                • – Lourenco Marques
                • – Callie Roots
                • – Libra Dub
                • – Dakar
                • – Better Dub
                • – Rockers Hop
                • – Roots Dub
                • – Moving Dub
                • – Just Can't Dub
                • – Meet 7 Million
                • – Scorpio Dub
                • – Nairobi
                • – Dub Creation
                • – Virgo Dub
                • – This Race
                • – Darker Black
                • – Capricorn Dub
                King TubbySurrounded By The Dreads At The National ArenaStudio 16

                PRODUCED BY: Winston Edwards RECORDED AT: King Tubby's Recorded approximately 1973-1975, mixed by King Tubby. 

                Seminal dub album recent repress get em' while you can...please note slight noise at the start of track 1 then settles down after a few seconds.

                1. I Am, I Am The King 2. Most High In Dub 3. Teacher Of Dub 4. King Of Kings Dub 5. Coxsone Down beat 6. Unit Dub 7. Black Harmony 8. Tony Brevitt - Come On Little Girl, Come On 9. Second Cut (Dub) 10. Prince Heron - Ethiopia Land Of My Father 11. Second Cut (Dub) 12. Carvin Bradford - I Will Be Waiting 13. Second Cut (Dub)

                • – I Am I Am The King
                • – Coxson Down Beat
                • – Come On Little Girl, Come On
                • – Ethiopia Land Of My Father
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                Studio One DubStudio One DubSoul Jazz Records

                Continuing the Studio 1 Series this album features classic and rare Dub tracks from Studio One, many available for the first time in over thirty years. Studio One Dub includes the dubs of many classic tracks such as Horace Andy’s “Skylarkin”, Johnny Osbourne’s “Truth and Rights”, John Holt’s “Hooligan”, Freddie McGregor’s “Bobby Bobylon” plus many more rare tracks. In short, this is an essential album!

                • Dub Specialist – Bionic Dub
                • Dub Specialist – Take A Ride Version
                • Dub Specialist – Sky Rhythm
                • Dub Specialist – Taurus Dub 2
                • Dub Specialist – Hooligan
                • Dub Specialist – Dub Rock
                • Dub Specialist – Rastaman Version
                • Dub Specialist – Jah Jah Version
                • Dub Specialist – Creator Version
                • Dub Specialist – Running Dub
                • Dub Specialist – Hi Fashion Dub
                • Dub Specialist – Pretty Version
                • Dub Specialist – Race Track Version
                • Dub Specialist – Spawning
                • Dub Specialist – In Cold Blood Version
                • Dub Specialist – Chase Them Version
                • Dub Specialist – Feel The Dub
                The Early Years Of Joe Gibbs 1967-73 Vol.2Studio 16

                Superb follow up compilation of early Joe Gibbs productions from 1967 to 73 featuring killer rocksteady and early reggae tunes from Lee Perry, The Pioneers, Reggae Boys, Errol Dunkley, Soul Sisters and many more.

                • The Pionners – No Dope Me Pony
                • Errol Dunkley – Love Brother
                • Sir Gibbs – People Grudgeful
                • Overtakers – That's The Way You Like It
                • Reggae Boys – Reggae Train
                • Pepperlites – Hi-Jacked
                • LP£12.00
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                The Key To Our Love Vol​.​ 2Symphonical Records

                The second volume in Symphonical's ESSENTIAL 'The Key To Our Love' series! A collection of utterly obscure and rare, super-sweet low-rider/gangster/chicano soul gems - don't miss!

                "The album comprises of musicians who shared their hope & dreams through independent vinyl releases. The obscurity of these privately pressed singles limited their audience; originally released in small quantities and sold locally, the artists remained largely unknown but created some of the most poignant and timeless tracks."

                • – The Arterials - What We Have
                • – Andre & Zero Plus - Sparkle In A Woman's Eye
                • – Coast To Coast - I Want You Dear
                • – Cold Blooded Express - You're The Life Of Me
                • – Fred Moss - I'll Always Love You
                • – The Ultimates - Why I Love You
                • – The Legends - A Fool For You
                • – The 5 Stepping Stars - I'll Never Love Again
                • – Rick St. John - One Heart Hurting
                • – Young Mods - I Can't Hurt You Back
                • LP£26.00
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