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label name includes 'Wackies/Digikiller/Deeper Knowledge US'
(9 in all)

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Joe Axumite - Simple Little Woman / Home To Africa; Troubled Land

Wackies / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1978

¥2180 (US$20.50)

Three awesome Wackie's roots cuts from Joe Axumite, all previously available on compilation LP's, now together on one killer 10" EP. "Troubled Land" and "Simple Little Woman" were originally released on the "Black World" LP, while "Home to Africa" was originally on "Wackie's Selective Showcase Vol. 1" LP. Joe Axumite supposedly recorded an LP worth of material around this time, but an album never materialized due to some of the tapes being lost. What a shame!

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Leroy Sibbles - Now You're Gone / Version

Wackies / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1979

¥1100 (US$10.34)

Leroy Sibbles of the Heptones did a bunch of work with Wackie's over the years, including this rugged single from the end of the '70s, on Wackie's trademark eponymous 'lion' label. A slow and heavy Soul Syndicate rhythm, cut in Jamaica, and mixed and overdubbed with wicked synths at Wackie's studio.

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Lutan Fyah; Jah Batta - Dem No Like Mi Address; Who Is The Almighty / Bullwackie - 225th St. Dubwise Style

Wackies / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 2014

¥1980 (US$18.62)

A milestone release, the first contemporary productions to be released by DKR! Bullwackie is still keeping the faith, recording and producing artists from his Bronx homebase studio. When we heard these awesome new roots productions in 2013, they blew us away. Calling to mind the best modern roots produced by Exterminator in the 1990's, we had to give these cuts a release. Recorded, voiced and mixed at Bullwackie's studio on White Plains Road. The A-side is a vocal cut by Lutan Fyah, followed by a deejay cut by Wackie's stable stalwart Jah Batta. The b-side is two different style dubs (one with horns!) from Bullwackie, still a virtuoso behind the mixing board.