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Sister Nancy - Bam Bam

Sister Nancy - Bam Bam / King Tubby - Stalag Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Stalag

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Along with Sleng Teng and Tempo, Stalag is without the doubt the biggest dancehall rhythm of the 80's. Bam Bam especially needs no introduction been sampled countless times on various genres and appearing on films etc.

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1480 (US$13.85)

One of Vena's classic rhythms, Tonight. “Raggamuffin Mi Soup” is a joyful reissue by Thriller U singing mistily and emotionally inna real dancehall fashion! Alog with Little John and Tony Tuff cuts, this one marks the most popular amongst all the rest.

Michael Prophet - Copa Come

Michael Prophet - Copa Come / Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1985

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Prolific and long standing label Techniques had numerous hits over the years. However “The Copa Come” is a hidden classic by Michael Prophet and possibly the most dangerous tune released after 1985. Great crossover contains both roots and dancehall goodness.

Nitty Gritty - Malfunction

Nitty Gritty - Malfunction

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Legendary dancehall artist, Nitty Gritty's unarguable digital killer for Vena! Glamorous out of key style in the proper 80's manner, along with Delroy Katt and Sanchez this cut is a must have, regardless.

Daddy Freddie - Bad Boy A Street

Daddy Freddie - Bad Boy A Street

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Turn On The Heat

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Same rhythm to “Sanchez & Stinger Man - Hello Josephine”, a dangerous Daddy Freddy cut on one of Vena’s most iconic “Turn On The Heat” rhythm has now been pressed on a 7” for the first time. Freddy’s lyrical machine-gun is right up on “Bad Boy A Street”!

Delroy Katt - Pray To The Father

Delroy Katt - Pray To The Father

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Malfunction

¥1480 (US$13.85)

One of the most accomplished producers of Dancehall era, Philip 'Fatis' Burrell who launched Vena label in the 80's and succeeded onto Xterminator until milleniums. Dub Store Records are delighted to present his highly sought after Dancehall materials to the world. This is a killer cut from "Nitty Gritty - Mulfunction" segment, Delroy Katt singing in well-trained voice riding on nimble and firing rhythm.

Tony Tuff - Ram Dance Style

Tony Tuff - Ram Dance Style

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1480 (US$13.85)

A very well-acquainted Dancehall classic rhythm "Tonight". Vena's version is without a doubt one of the top rated remakes alongside Jammys'. Melodious and melancholic arrangement meets Tonny Tuff's gourgeous singing - it's the true charm of Dancehall music.

Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen

Anthony Red Rose, King Kong - Two Big Bull In A One Pen

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2880 (US$26.95)

Digital masterpiece from King Tubby’s re-constructed recording studio. Two of the biggest stars from the dawn of the digital era meet in a head to head clash at the King’s state of the art Firehouse headquarters.

Nitty Gritty - Good Morning Teacher

Nitty Gritty - Good Morning Teacher / Good Morning Teacher Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Stalag

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Nitty Gritty output his hit songs like 'Hog In A Minty' and 'Run Down The World' at Jammys and he had chemistry with minor chord digital rhythms. 'Good Morning Teacher' on 'Stalag' rhythm is a superb song showcases his unique vocal style and lyrics.

Sanchez - My Baby

Sanchez - My Baby / Make It Up Baby

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

Malfunction

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Still topping charts to date, this is one of Sanchez’ early hits recorded for Vena in the 80’s. Dub Store also presenting Nitty Gritty and Delroy Katt’s reissue on the same rhythm as well. Skilful and smooth flow backed with an alternative take that was only available on his LP previously.

Nitty Gritty - Brown In The Ring (Miss Credit To King Kong)

Nitty Gritty - Brown In The Ring (Miss Credit To King Kong) / Brown In The Ring Dub

King Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Killer digital from one of the iconic figures of the 80's dancehall, Nitty Gritty recorded straight from the master tape. Refined out of key virtuoso stands out on a melancholic heavy weight rhythm.

Banana Man - Musical Murder

Banana Man - Musical Murder / Musical Murder Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Wicked Can't Run Away

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Although Banana Man is not a famous figure in the business as he was not a prolific artist, his funs still remember his soundsystem anthems and his unique name. ‘Musical Murder’ considerably one of his best works on the King Jammy’s digitally versioned ‘Wicked Can’t Run Awa’ rhythm.

Frankie Wilmott, Captain Barkey - Money Gone Down The Drain

Frankie Wilmott, Captain Barkey - Money Gone Down The Drain

Stereo One1988

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Only other tune from Stereo One label that can stand against the masterpiece “Mix Up” for its popularity and recognition. Killer combination of Frankie Willmott’s melancholic vocal and vigorous deejaying from Captain Barkey!

Johnny Osbourne - In The Area (What A La La)

Johnny Osbourne - In The Area (What A La La) / In The Area (What A La La) Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1984

Stalag

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Among rhythms produced in 80's dancehall scene, 'Sleng Teng' by King Jammy and Firehouse produced 'Tempo' are considerably the most respected; however, you can never forget 'Stalag' rhythm by Winston Riley lead Techniques, too. King Jammy reproduced this 'Stalag' rhythm with Sly & Robbie and in result, it created shadier atmosphere in comparison to the original Techniques' version. This is certainly another anthem of Jammys!

Prince Junior - Crucial Boy

Prince Junior - Crucial Boy / Crucial Boy Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Prince Junior’s ‘Crucial Boy’ appeared on the King Jammy’s classic LP [Prince Jammy Presents VOL. 2]. Although he recorded a few songs for King Jammy in 1986, much information about the artist remains unknown. However, this ‘crucial ’song preaches equal rights, Justice and Love & Unity over his high-pitched weeping voice with his conscious and profound lyrics.

Robert Lee - Love Me Stylee

Robert Lee - Love Me Stylee / Love Me Stylee Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Love Punanny Bad

¥1280 (US$11.98)

'Love Punanny Bad' rhythm is might be less hard-driven than 'Duck' or 'Punanny'rhythm; however, Steelie & Clive has reconstructed the rhythm perfectly in Raggaamuffin way. This 'Love Me Stylee' is another popular song by Robert Lee.

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Even though time and trends change drastically in the history Jamaican music however Sugar Minott managed to build a firm existance by his natural talent and trustworthy character. When this man sings he can colour anything from roots, dancehall and lovers to his own. “None Stop Rocking” is an excellent song that really showcases his sweet character.

Trevor Levy - So Long

Trevor Levy - So Long

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Known for his work for Firehouse in the 80's, here comes a long expected reissue of Trevor Levy's lyrically appealing piece. Soulfully singing upon a heavy bouncy rhythm, the structure is simple and that's why it's timeless.

Wayne Smith - E20

Wayne Smith - E20 / In Thing

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

B: Come

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Wayne Smith scored numerous hits at Jammys and one well known is 'Under Mi Sleng Teng'. He also released same title album 'Under Mi Sleng Teng' where he showcased wavy & choppy 'E20' and crisp & clear song 'In Thing' on further computerized [Barrington Levy - Come] rhythm.

Burro Banton - Praise Up Jah Jah

Burro Banton - Praise Up Jah Jah

Stereo One1985

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Another extremely rare take to the identical title released on Wild Apache that is known for being played by the mighty Jah Shaka at his sessions. Comparing to the other Stereo One tunes released around the same time, this one is really fantastic and luring, also complimented by refined deejaying Burro Banton. This one will stand as the definition of heavy weight ragga!

Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love

Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

¥1380 (US$12.91)

Nothing happens without Chuck Turner on those Jammy’s melancholic digital rhythms. Although his compatibility is easily proven on tunes like “We Rule Dancehall” and “Run Around Girl”, this piece sits on top of everything. With his pleasantly different falset voice, Chuck Turner soulfully sings on this exquisite rhythm with significant melody. This brilliant music has even got a slight feeling of a modern piece - that is exactly when you realise the Jammy’s magic touch

Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall

Chuck Turner - We Rule The Dancehall / We Rule The Dancehall Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

We Rule

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Chuck Turner has recorded his impressive songs at Jammys such as 'I Need You' and 'Run Around Girl'. 'We Rule The Dancehall' is one of those and this tough steppers rhythm was build by notable Steelie & Clivie. His melancholy voice is something very contrary to his aggressive lyrics but that's something it makes this record attractive.

Delroy Katt - Rum Nuh Rap Up

Delroy Katt - Rum Nuh Rap Up

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Long-expected reissue of Delroy Katt’s killer digital for Vena. This popular rhythm also featured the likes of Ricky Chaplin and Daddy Freddy. On this tune Delroy sings subdued but with sure presence showcasing the highly skilled performance.

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2880 (US$26.95)

A sombre, controversial masterpiece from the legendary ‘Cool Ruler’.An overlooked classic produced in Waterhouse by King Tubby and unjustly neglected since its original release on the aptly entitled Serious Business label.

Half Pint - Greetings

Half Pint - Greetings

Power House1985

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Half Pint’s massive hit on Sly & Robbie remake of Heavenless for Powerhouse which pretty much needs no introduction. It is said that this it the first ever tune the word “Raggamuffin” was used and has been praised as the dancehall anthem to date!

Johnny Osbourne - We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing)

Johnny Osbourne - We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing) / We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing) Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1986

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$11.98)

In the late 80's, not only Jammys but also many labels tried to score some hits by remake of a foundation rhythm 'Heavenless'. Among Jammys catalogue on this rhythm, 'We Gonna Rock It Tonight (Dub Plate Playing)' by Johnny Osbourne is known as the most popular number. Often hear sound systems playing this dub plates.

Junior Brammer - Princess Street

Junior Brammer - Princess Street

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Known for his works for Joe Gibbs in the 70's, a highly significant deejay Trinity had a lesser know phase as a singer Junior Brammer in the 80's. Pricess Street is cryptic but an exquisite killer of Brammer projecting his sense of melodies as well as cool and refined voice.

Nitty Gritty - Turn Them Back

Nitty Gritty - Turn Them Back / Turn Them Back Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1986

Tempo

¥1580 (US$14.78)

You might have seen Jammy playing this devastating sound killer in sessions lately, although before that this Nitty Gritty on Jammy’s ‘Tempo’ has only been heard on dubplates. No one knows why it never came out ? is it because it was a counteraction to Tubby? Or tune that was the lethal weapon of Jammy? There is nothing we can do but imagine those pictures when listening to the intense energy and impact of this tune.

Red Dragon - Jam Down Posse

Red Dragon - Jam Down Posse / Jam Down Posse Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Far East/Jah Sharkey

¥1280 (US$11.98)

'Jam Down Posse' by Red Dragon was recorded on Studio One classic rhythm 'Far East', people might find familiar with famous hit song 'Tune In' by Cocoa Tea. King Jammy released two one-way albums on this rhythm and featured many singers/deejays. This song by Red Dragon is from one of those albums and one of the best songs on this rhythm.

Super Cat - Si Boops Deh

Super Cat - Si Boops Deh

Techniques1984- 1988

¥2080 ¥1680 (US$15.72)

Conroy Smith - Sugar Me

Conroy Smith - Sugar Me / Sugar Me Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$11.98)

A few titles has been released on Suguar Minott’s ‘Conscious Lover’ rhythm but ‘Sugar Me’ by Conroy Smith is one of the most wanted records on the rhythm among collectors. On this smooth drifting rhythm, he sings mournfully but also with his sweet lyrics.

Courtney Melody - Ninja Mi Ninja Show Case

Courtney Melody - Ninja Mi Ninja Show Case

Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥2880 (US$26.95)

Capture the late eighties zeitgeist with Courtney Melody’s genre defining release. A highly anticipated re-issue of this showcase style album where Courtney Melody’s plaintive singjay style vocals are counteracted and complemented by a selection of King Tubby’s deadly digital dubs.

Gregory Isaacs - Ruler

Gregory Isaacs - Ruler / Ruler Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Running From Reality

¥1280 (US$11.98)

‘The Ruler’ by Gregory Isaacs was only available for listening on a LP album “Reggae Sound War: Electrocutioner Vol.2”. The reggae crooner gently buries idiot sound bwoys with his killer lyrics and stand tall as the Cool Ruler. Recorded to the same rhythm track ‘Running From Reality’ by Admiral Tibet.

Little Kirk - Don't Touch The Crack

Little Kirk - Don't Touch The Crack / Don't Touch The Crack Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Now veteran deejay Kirk Davis who started his career as Little Kirk back in the 80's, since then he has been on his move. Known for his major songs: 'Screechie Across The Border' and 'Ghetto People Broke', also one of those is 'Don't Touch The Crack'. A tough digital steppers cut.

Robert Lee, Bunny General - Midnight Hour

Robert Lee, Bunny General - Midnight Hour / Midnight Hour Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Robert Lee and Bunny General adopted the phrase of a classic song 'Midnight Hour' by Sivertones in their combination song 'Midnight House'. The original press was only available by 12" single vinyl on Unity label.

Sanchez - Give My Love

Sanchez - Give My Love

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1480 (US$13.85)

Since he started back in the 80's, Sanchez has always been at the forefront of the reggae music. “Give My Love” is his top work from the early days and it's a lovers dancehall killer! Another cut on this rhythm is “Al Campell & Horace Andy ? Dancehall Business”.

Tonto Irie - Life Story

Tonto Irie - Life Story / Life Story Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Icky All Over

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Tonto Irie recorded many songs on popular Jammys' rhythms as one of demanded deejays at that time. 'Life Story' was on side B of 12inch vinyl - "Wayne Smith - Icky All Over" on Greensleeves label. You might notice that this song on 'Sleng Teng' rhythm was specially edited and arranged just only for Tonto Irie's performance.

Wailing Souls - Move On

Wailing Souls - Move On / Wackad - Cry For The Youths

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1988/ 1989

¥1380 (US$12.91)

Originally started as The Renegades onto The Classics, one of the most prominent vocal groups, Wailing Souls have been keeping it authentic since the 60’s. Although they did not record that many at the digital dancehall era this one has been well received since day. Having both roots and dancehall elements is one of the key factors of King Jammy’s sound and this one remains as a masterpiece with the sorrow vocals by Wailing Souls. On the flip an enormously rare Wackad ? Cry For The Youth who only released a few tracks from the late 80’s and early 90’s. Previously this can only be heard as a part of the compilation “King Jammy: A Man & His Music vol.1”.

Admiral Tibet - Victim Of Babylon

Admiral Tibet - Victim Of Babylon / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1991

¥1380 (US$12.91)

It is impossible not to mention Admiral Tibet when talking about Jammy’s golden digital era in the 80’s. With hits like “Running From Reality” and “Reality Time”, this is indeed another killer piece he recorded for Jammy. Working in combination with a jaunty rhythm with rough and tough bassline, the vocal instantly becomes prominent with its unforgettable chorus bringing even more drive to the music. When listening to the version on the flip, there is a great appreciation for utter simplicity in how Jammy builds his rhythms.

Carl Meeks - Danger

Carl Meeks - Danger / Danger Version

Redman/Dub Store Records JPN1989

¥1280 (US$11.98)

To explain the Redman International label, without mentioning Carl Meeks is impossible. The ‘Danger’ is Carl’s masterpiece where he sings with his unique Out Of Key style with his sharp lyrics on simple and un-colorful but addictive sounding rhythm to produce another impressive killer tune.

Conroy Smith - Love Affair

Conroy Smith - Love Affair / Love Affair Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Revolution/Here I Come

¥1280 (US$11.98)

From its heart-shaking intro, Conroy Smith’s fresh and piercing voice echo to deliver an intense song ‘Love Affair’. Considerably, the song is known for popularity within the Jammys catalogue. Recorded to the same rhythm track ‘In Thing’ by Wayne Smith.

Cornell Campbell - Nothing Don't Come Easy

Cornell Campbell - Nothing Don't Come Easy / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1380 (US$12.91)

Even after releasing the legendary “Sleng Teng” rhythm, King Jammy continued to produce hits after hits such as “Punnany”, “Duck” and many more. There is no doubt that he was at the top of the digital dancehall scene back then. Although he had put out an uncountable number of releases towards the end of the 80’s, this is one of the popular and rare tunes among record collectors. Beautifully sang in falset by Cornell Campbell on this melancholic digital rhythm makes it an excellent masterpiece.

Courtney Melody - Ninja Mi Ninja Show Case

Courtney Melody - Ninja Mi Ninja Show Case

Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥2268 (US$21.22)

Capture the late eighties zeitgeist with Courtney Melody’s genre defining release. A highly anticipated re-issue of this showcase style album where Courtney Melody’s plaintive singjay style vocals are counteracted and complemented by a selection of King Tubby’s deadly digital dubs.

Dennis Brown - Tracks Of Life

Dennis Brown - Tracks Of Life / Nitty Gritty - Rub A Dub Kill You

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥1380 (US$12.91)

Coupling tracks by two of the most lamented and legendary artists who both recorded great albums for Jammy. For some reason Jammy’s magic makes Dennis Brown’s vocal sounds so much better and this heavy digital remake of the Studio One classic, “Swing Easy” is just another example. It is also known as the same rhythm track for King Everal ? Bad Girls. On the B-side, riding on the heavy tensional track, the charismatic vocalist from the 80’s, Nitty Gritty presents a smoky vocal warning all the soundboy out there.

Eccleton Jarrett - Hold Them

Eccleton Jarrett - Hold Them / Hold Them Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Known for hits like “Rock Them One By One” and “Turn On The Heat”, this is a previously unreleased Eccleton Jarret piece for his stronghold, Jammys. Seems rather restrained but singing superbly on this energetic yet melodious “Tonight”-ish rhythm that was also adopted for “Rasta People” by Junior Delgado.

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Gregory Isaacs - Warning

Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥2268 (US$21.22)

A sombre, controversial masterpiece from the legendary ‘Cool Ruler’.An overlooked classic produced in Waterhouse by King Tubby and unjustly neglected since its original release on the aptly entitled Serious Business label.

Hax - Duppy

Hax - Duppy

Leggo Sounds/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1986

¥850 ¥599 (US$5.60)

From 1986, "Duppy" by The Hax. A tune which blew us away from first listen with its amazingly advanced digital riddim, played live and arranged by Leggo's longtime spar Flabba Holt of the Roots Radics. The Hax, another unsung DKR favorite singer who did most of his recording for Leggo, sings "Duppy", delivering a warning with a killer Waterhouse-style vocal…."nuh go dung deh!"

Junior Murvin - Jack Slick

Junior Murvin - Jack Slick / Anthony Johnson - Dancehall Vibes

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Jack Slick

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Junior Marvin is apparently more known for his 70's work but he continued his career while dancehall period and released album 'Apartheid' at Jammys. This heavy weight dancehall song 'Jack Slick' was on the album and released on 12" single vinyl. On side B, 'Dancehall Vibes' by Anthony Johnson on the same rhythm with different arrangements was only released on 12" single vinyl.

King Everal - Push Push (Miss Credit To P.fraser)

King Everal - Push Push (Miss Credit To P.fraser) / Push Push Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Digital remake of the charismatic roots reggae artist Yabby You a.k.a. Jesus Dread’s representative rhythm of the same name. King Everal rides on smoothly on waves of the rolling bass. An astonishing previously unreleased material!

King Everal - Things Going To Happen

King Everal - Things Going To Happen / Things Going To Happen Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1986

E20

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Out of all Jammy’s gigantic catalogue, “E20” rhythm could be considered as one of the most destructive ones to date. Jammy found the unreleased track on this rhythm from the vault featuring a familiar face of the 80’s dancehall, King Everal melancholy singing this killer!

Leslie Thunder - Ram Dance Man

Leslie Thunder - Ram Dance Man / Ram Dance Man Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Love Punanny Bad

¥1280 (US$11.98)

'Ram Dance Man' by Leslie Thunder is another song on popular rhythm 'Love Punanny Bad'. One of the most sought after records by dancehall fans. You can never miss her real explosive Raggamuffin style on this cheerful rhythm track.

Mystic - Youths Get Tricked

Mystic - Youths Get Tricked

Leggo Sounds/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US1986

¥850 ¥599 (US$5.60)

As a long-time Orange Street producer, record store owner and then studio owner, Leggo has built a solid catalog of both wicked roots and dancehall, from the 1970's all the way thru the 1990's. For some time we've been huge fans of Leggo's productions, but as collectors we've found many of them inexplicably hard to find.

Pad Anthony - Don't Let Me Down

Pad Anthony - Don't Let Me Down / Don't Let Me Down Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Ever since his career bean in the early 80’s, the veteran Pad Anthony has always played an important role at frontline of the Dancehall music even to date. This previously unreleased material has only been heard on dubplates and Dub Store Records is proud to finally reissue this gem. Soulful vocal and Jammy’s trademark melancholic digital rhythm is just a combination that never seem to fail.

Pad Anthony - Murderer

Pad Anthony - Murderer / Tullo T - None Ah Dat

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$11.98)

King Jammy recorded two outstanding songs on the foundation ‘Heavenless’ rhythm among many others. Although Pad Anthony’s ‘Murderer’ is perhaps the most well known soundclash standard, Tullo T aka Papa Tullo showcased his conscious lyrics with fast-rapping style on the same rhythm.

Pad Anthony - Ruff A Them

Pad Anthony - Ruff A Them / Ruff A Them Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Dancehall expert Pad Anthony left so many hit tunes for Jammy at the golden age of the label in the 80’s. “Ruff A Them” is a slightly Roots orientated killer rhythm with a twinkle of Jammy’s Dancehall essence to it. Pad Anthony going right in showcasing his dazzling melody sense.

Prince Junior - Chicken Hawk

Prince Junior - Chicken Hawk / Chicken Hawk Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Exclusive piece on a heavy weight digital remake of the “Cuss Cuss” rhythm. With the firing Jammys iconic bass lines on this tough rhythm, Prince Junior tops it showing off his rough performance in Rub a Dub style with an intonation.

Prince Junior - Hard Sound Fe Dead

Prince Junior - Hard Sound Fe Dead / Hard Sound Fe Dead Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Previously unreleased material from Prince Junior ? known for his killer digital hit “Crucial Boy” produced by Jammy. Taking in the essence of the aboriginal roots flavor along with Jammy’s rugged bassline, it makes up the melancholic digital roots music. Prince Junior approaches this sound killer forcibly and directly, yet sings up softly to showcase his low-keyed performance skills.

Prince Junior - Keep On Running

Prince Junior - Keep On Running / Keep On Running Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Yet another killer on an identical rhythm to "Super Black - Rock Them (DSR-LJU7-06)" from our Jammys unreleased series. Prince Junior's lugubrious vocal perfectly in tune with Jammy's archetypal minor chord digital rhythm.

Super Black - Bad Woman

Super Black - Bad Woman / Bad Woman Version

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Another unreleased rare material only heard on dubplates previously. Jammy’s iconic heavy bassline and melodious instrumentals in minor scale represent his production style from around 87’. Super Black sorrowfully sings man’s pure heart in this lover’s dancehall tune.

Super Black - Rock Them

Super Black - Rock Them / Rock Them Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1580 (US$14.78)

Another unreleased title from one of the popular dancehall artists of the 80’s, Super Black who is also known for his contribution for Jammys. Representing the sounds of Jammys at the time, this refined digital rhythm is built in minor chord with absolute simplicity, creating an excellent chemistry with the melancholic vocal.

UU Madoo, Captain Barkey - Mix Up

UU Madoo, Captain Barkey - Mix Up

Stereo One1988

Mix Up

¥1280 (US$11.98)

An absolute must have for every 80’s & 90’s dancehall lovers out there. UU Madoo singing velvety on Skeeter Davis’ all time classic “End Of The Road” then Captain Barkey comes in to hype up every verse ? one of the best examples of how much singer & deejay combination can work well together!

Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve)

Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve)

Dub Store Records JPN1985- 1989

¥2940 (US$27.51)

The "Digital Revolution" occurred in the Jamaican music industry by a single rhythm called "Sleng Teng". The responsible person for the rhythm was King Jammy who was the owner and producer of the Jammys label. The label dominated the scene between year 1985-1989 and released vast numbers of material. Dub Store Records compiles the best of the 80's heavyweight Dancehall from the Jammys catalogue. The collection consists of "Disc One: Vocals & Jeejay" and "Disc Two: Instrumental Dub Version". Each disc features popular songs and instrumental dub versions on "Hevenless", "Love Punanny Bad" and "Far East" rhythm. They also include rare collector's tunes like Anthony Johnson's 'Dancehall Vibes' and some of them are first time to appear on CD. This selection is crucial for all Dancehall lovers.

Various - Mix Up & Blend

Various - Mix Up & Blend

Live & Learn UK (Org)1989

Info: Original Press

¥1980 ¥1680 (US$15.72)

Wayne Smith - My Lord My God

Wayne Smith - My Lord My God / My Lord My God Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Screechie Across The Border

¥1280 (US$11.98)

Wayne Simth unexpectedly appeared on the top of dancehall scene with Jammys' monster rhythm 'Sleng Teng' in the mid 80's at one burst. Hardcore dancehall fans will recognize this song 'My Lord My God' on 'Screechie Across The Border' rhythm is one of the most popular songs within his Jammys' catalogue.