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Best selling Dancehall 1985-1989

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Sister Nancy - Bam Bam

Sister Nancy - Bam Bam / King Tubby - Stalag Version

Techniques/Dub Store Records JPN1985

Stalag

¥1480 (US$13.43)

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.

2
Little Kirk - Ghetto People Broke

Little Kirk - Ghetto People Broke

Shocking Vibes1987

¥700
¥299 (US$2.71) Limited Time Offer

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Admiral Bailey - Think Me Did Done

Admiral Bailey - Think Me Did Done

Jammys1987

Heavenless

¥570
¥199 (US$1.81) Limited Time Offer

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Half Pint - One Big Family

Half Pint - One Big Family

Power House1986

Arena

¥720
¥299 (US$2.71) Limited Time Offer

8
Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Sugar Minott - None Stop Rocking

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1480 (US$13.43)

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.

9
Johnny Osbourne - Reason

Johnny Osbourne - Reason

Steely & Clevie1989

Taxi

¥600
¥299 (US$2.71) Limited Time Offer

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Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Thriller U - Raggamuffin Mi Soup

Vena/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Tonight

¥1480 (US$13.43)

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.

12
Nitty Gritty - Turn Them Back

Nitty Gritty - Turn Them Back / Turn Them Back Dub

Prince Jammys Dub/Dub Store Records JPN1986

Tempo

¥1580 (US$14.34)

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.

13
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$14.34)

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.

14
Cornell Campbell - Nothing Don't Come Easy

Cornell Campbell - Nothing Don't Come Easy / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

¥1380 (US$12.52)

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.

15
Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love

Chuck Turner - Ah No Me She Love / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

¥1380 (US$12.52)

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

16
Admiral Tibet - Victim Of Babylon

Admiral Tibet - Victim Of Babylon / Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1991

¥1380 (US$12.52)

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.

17
Dennis Brown - Tracks Of Life

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

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1986

¥1380 (US$12.52)

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.

19
King Kong - Come Down

King Kong - Come Down / Dub

Jah Life/Bond Export/Deeper Knowledge US1988

¥1280 (US$11.61)

"Come Down" was made in the same sessions as Kong's massive "He Was a Friend" (reissued by DKR a while back on 12", and still available!), and never released until now. Pure uptempo digital fire!

21
Sugar Minott - Conscious Lover

Sugar Minott - Conscious Lover / Pad Anthony - By Show Down

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$11.61)

Sugar Minott always showcased his versatile talent by singing lover’s rock to dancehall songs and attracted a variety of wide audiences. Certainly, he proves this ability on the ‘Tonight’ rhythm, which is regarded as one of the most popular rhythms among the Jammys catalogue. On the flip side, Pad Anthony sings a soundclash anthem to the same rhythm. The song only appeared on a LP album entitled ‘Sound Clash 89’.

22
Wayne Smith - My Sweet Love

Wayne Smith - My Sweet Love / My Sweet Love Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1985

¥1280 (US$11.61)

Wayne Smith’s ‘My Sweet Love’ is still gaining its reputation and popularity by the 80’s dancehall listeners nowadays. This Jammys’ distinguishing digital sound can be characterized by its wavy base melody so Wayne Smith’s vocal and lyrics can perfectly fits to the rhythm to make his sweet love song convincing.

23
Robert Lee - Dreams

Robert Lee - Dreams / Dreams Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1991

Run Down The World

¥1280
¥864 (US$7.84) Limited Time Offer

Robert Lee has proven that he has much ability to bring cool soundsystem tunes with his popular song ‘Come Now’. This time, he did it again with ‘Dreams’to the same rhythm track‘Run Down The World’ by Nitty Gritty.

24
Robert Lee - Love Me Stylee

Robert Lee - Love Me Stylee / Love Me Stylee Version

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1989

Love Punanny Bad

¥1280 (US$11.61)

'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.

25
Junior Murvin - Jack Slick

Junior Murvin - Jack Slick / Anthony Johnson - Dancehall Vibes

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1987

Jack Slick

¥1280 (US$11.61)

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.

26
Robert Lee, Bunny General - Midnight Hour

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

Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN1988

¥1280 (US$11.61)

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.

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Jackie James - Oman

Jackie James - Oman

Tappa1995

Info: Deleted

¥570 ¥199 (US$1.81)

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Horseman - Ragga Muffin DJ Of The Year

Horseman - Ragga Muffin DJ Of The Year

Jammys1988

Duck

¥570
¥199 (US$1.81) Limited Time Offer

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Shabba Ranks - Live Blanket

Shabba Ranks - Live Blanket

Jammys1987

Heavenless

¥570
¥299 (US$2.71) Limited Time Offer