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    • Flesh Eaters – Agony Shorthand
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    • 1. Disintegration Nation
    • 2. Agony Shorthand
    • 3. Radio Dies Screaming
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    The TrapsHigher / Higher Version

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    Studio One Disco Mix

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    • George Dudley – Gates Of Zion
    • The Silvertones – Come Forward
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    • Norma White & Brentford Disco Set – I Want Your Love
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    • Prince Jazzbo – School
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    • Jennifer Lara – Consider Me
    • Don Drummond – Confucious
    • Michigan & Smiley – Rub A Dub Style
    • Sound Dimension – Full Up
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    OchoNumero Tres

    The third of three albums by Ocho, one of the defining bands of the Latin New York Funk sound. Led by Chico Mendoza, Ocho have been featured heavily in Soul Jazz Records "Nu Yorica" series and these re-issues are the three definitive albums by the group. Along with other artists such as Ray Barretto, Eddie Palmieri, Joe Bataan and Tito Puente, Ocho mixed Latin, Funk and Jazz in equal measure. The music of Ocho has never been fully available in this country before and Soul Jazz Records are releasing them in their entirety for the first time. These releases come on CD and luxury vinyl. Ocho 1 includes "Coco May May" as featured on Nu Yorica. Ocho 2 includes "What are you Doing For The Rest Of Your Life" also featured on the "Nu Yorica" series. And Ocho 3 includes the Latin Funk classic "Hot Pants Road".

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      Introduction and interviews by  Claes 'Discoguy' Widlund. 

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          The ExplosionsGarden Of Four TreesSoul Jazz Records

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            Studio One ScorcherSoul Jazz Records

            BACK IN PRINT!!!!!!! 2xLP now with bonus download code!

            Heavy, heavy tunes! Studio One instrumentals are the foundation of Reggae. These rhythm tracks became the basis for all Dancehall as countless artists and producers re-versioned these classic Studio One instrumentals.

            REVIEWS:

            " sheer volume of output from Studio One is astonishing, combined with the fact that the quality of the recordings never seem to diminish. These instrumentals touch on ska, rocksteady, dub, and begin to hint at the reggae sound of the late '70s. Each instrumental is perfect and has the feel that it could hardly be improved upon. Soul Jazz has once again put together a wonderfully rounded collection of music from Studio One". All Music

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