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Various Artists - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style Various Artists - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style (Dub Store Records JPN) 1988
The quintessential eighties soundboy burial album A digital masterpiece, produced by King Tubby, containing ten certified classics of the soundboy slaughter genre with the late lamented Fuzzy Jones on introduction duties.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

King Tubby

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   ¥2376 (US$21.80)
Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 Various - Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 press sheet by David Katz Hugh ‘Redman’ James is one of the greatest Jamaican music producers of the late 1980s. Raised in a musical household in the west Kingston slum of Hannah Town, with his mother a sound system selector, Redman gained his initial schooling in the music business from none other than King Tubby, the legendary sound system owner and dub mixer that was responsible for voicing and mixing some of the greatest reggae of all time. After being immersed in sound system culture during his youth in the 1960s and 70s, Redman began sitting in on sessions at King Tubby’s studio, but migrated to Hartford, Connecticut in 1978 in search of steady employment. Returning to Jamaica a few years later, he established a popular sound system in Kingston and began producing music with King Tubby’s assistance in 1985, working with the Roots Radics during a time of great uncertainty in Jamaican music, as the new dancehall style came to prominence; early work featured Gregory Isaacs, Sugar Minott and Frankie Paul, as well as rising stars such as Little John and Horace Martin. Then, following the computerisation of dancehall, Redman began producing some of the most popular music of the day, crafting durable and complex rhythms with a broad team of players that included Steely and Clevie, augmented by members of the Browne Bunch and other players. Redman helped establish a number of total unknowns in this era, including Carl Meeks, Dave Bailey and Wayne Palmer, and became a serious contender for King Jammy’s crown. But the producer was ultimately frustrated by the dramatic changes to sweep Jamaican music in the early 1990s, and subsequently retreated from the music industry Redman International Dancehall 1985-1989 compiles the best work from his glory days, with half of the twelve vocal tracks coming complete with corresponding dub versions.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Hugh James

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   ¥2780 (US$25.50)
Brigadier Jerry - Jamaica Jamaica Brigadier Jerry - Jamaica Jamaica (RAS US)

Dancehall 1985-1989

Jah Love Music

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Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve) Various - King Jammys Dancehall 1985-1989 (2 CD) (Gatefold Paper Sleeve) (Jammys/Dub Store Records JPN) 1985-1989
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.

Heavyweight Ragga '85-'92

Lloyd James

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   ¥2940 (US$26.97)
Keith Hudson - Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood Keith Hudson - Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood (Basic Replay EU) 1973

Roots Reggae 1970s

Keith Hudson

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   ¥2100 (US$19.26)
Various Artists - Africa Iron Gate Showcase Various Artists - Africa Iron Gate Showcase (Dub Store Records JPN) 1982
1982 unconventional reality dancehall anthology riding upon heavy Roots Radics rhythms

Roots Reggae 1980s

S. Simpson

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Bunny Wailer - Solomonic Singles 2: Rise & Shine 1977-1986 Bunny Wailer - Solomonic Singles 2: Rise & Shine 1977-1986 (Dub Store Records JPN) 1977-1986
At the same time that Neville ‘Bunny Wailer’ Livingston recorded his debut solo long playing masterpiece, ‘Blackheart Man’, he was also creating a series of singles for his own Solomonic label. These records were every bit as good, at times even better, but they have never been released outside of Jamaica. Until now…

Bob Marley & The Wailers

Bunny Wailer

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Horace Andy, Winston Jarrett & The Wailers - Kingston Rock (Earth Must Be Hell) Horace Andy, Winston Jarrett & The Wailers - Kingston Rock (Earth Must Be Hell) (Dub Store Records JPN) 1975
The Wailers Band meets Horace Andy and Winston Jarrett. Also known as "Earth Must Be Hell", this is an immense roots classic including lovers anthem "Unity Strength & Love", True Born African", "Let The Music Play" and more.

Roots Reggae 1970s

Aston 'Family Man' Barrett

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   ¥2376 (US$21.80)