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Midnight Riders - Cross The Border / Gladiators Band - Border Dub

Tasha / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 2013

¥2180 (US$19.78)

The absolute monster tune "Cross the Border" by Midnight Riders. This tune caught the attention of some astute dubplate fiends when an old dubplate of the tune was sold on eBay a few years back. A majestic roots tune on this killer rhythm, it's mind boggling that this one never made it to release at the time, but here it is now in all its glory, vocal & dub, the pinnacle of the Channel 1 sound.

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Still Cool - Crab In A Barrel / Thomas White - Ivory Girl

Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

¥2180 (US$19.78)

rom a slightly later date than the Uprising label singles, here's a killer double sided discomix 10" on the Stereo Uprising label. One side features Thomas White's "Ivory Girl", a haunting vocal over a killer Black Ark rhythm. This was originally released on the Hit Run label, licensed to the label while Stereo was in the UK in the early '80s. On the B-side we have the awesome "Crab in a Barrel" by Still Cool. Still Cool was a fantastic harmony group that Stereo produced many tracks with in the late '70s/early '80s. This tune was only ever released as the B-side of the rare NY 12" issue of Still Cool's "To Be Poor Is a Crime" single, popularized in the UK via heavy play by Jah Shaka, who also released it on single on his own label. This "Stereo Uprising" label design was used by Stereo when he was resident in the Bronx and releasing some 12-inch singles.

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Clarence Parks - Mount Zion; Dub / Been So Long; Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

¥2180 (US$19.78)

The Channel 1 Lost & Found series returns for it's fourth installment and it's the biggest and baddest one yet. Clarence Parks comes in heavy with two awesome tunes, both previously unreleased, again, both sides with dubs. You may recognize the rhythm for "Been So Long" from Half Pint's "Freedom Fighter" and a handful of other tunes, yet another killer Radics riddim employed by several producers working at CH1 at the time. The flip side "Mt. Zion" is a one-away riddim as far as we know, but we wish it wasn't! Heavy stuff, but that's not all…more unreleased Clarence Parks still to come!

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Horace Ferguson - Reality; Dub / Youthman; Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

¥1880 (US$17.06)

The Channel 1 Lost & Found series of previously unreleased music continues with more killer ten inches. Two heavy shots from Horace Ferguson. Before hitting with "Sensi Addict" for Prince Jazzbo, Horace Ferguson voiced some tunes for Channel 1, like "Fever" and "Walk Out On Me", both of which were issued on 12"s on CH1's JEDI imprint. However, there was more on tape, and how these two bombs didn't end up on release, we don't know, but here they are now. Strictly early 1980's reality style, again in a heavy style that bears the hallmarks of the Roots Radics/Scientist combination. Both tunes with dubs.

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Leroy Smart - Love Me Tonight; Dub / Super Chick - Bees Man; Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

¥1980 (US$17.97)

A great double-sider, Leroy Smart's "Love Me Tonight" and Super Chick's "Bees Man." The Leroy is on the same killer riddim, which we call "Over Me", as tunes we've previously released by Barry Brown and Horace Andy. The Super Chick tune is the deejay cut to the "fight fight" riddim and one of our all-time favorite female deejay tunes. Both sides with dubs!

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Unknown Artist - Rocks & Mountains / Dub

Channel One / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US

¥2180 (US$19.78)

While never officially released, this tune was made famous thru play on UK sound systems. And while the vocalists of this tune have long been rumored to be the Mighty Travellers, who self-produced some tunes and cut an LP for Jammy's, no one has been able to definitively confirm this. More likely is that the tune is by the Majesterians, who cut "Youthman" for Sly & Robbie around the same time, as the lead voice sounds almost identical. This recording has been sourced straight from a mastertape containing dubplate mixes of other released and more well known Sly & Robbie productions from the early 1980's, but which bore no notation of "Rocks and Mountains" presence at all. So decades later, the mystery endures, but the music finally comes into the light and speaks for itself.

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