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Best selling Dancehall 1985-1989 (Vinyl)

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Sister Nancy - Bam Bam / King Tubby - Stalag Version

Techniques / Dub Store Records JPN 1985

Stalag

¥1480 (US$14.02)

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.

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Half Pint - Greetings

Power House 1985

Heavenless

¥1280 (US$12.12)

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!

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Admiral Tibet - Victim Of Babylon / Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1991

¥1380 (US$13.07)

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.

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Sister Charmaine - Wake Up

Jammys (Org) 1987

Jump Up/Kuff Info: Original Press

¥1800 ¥1080 (US$10.23)

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Conroy Smith - Sugar Me / Sugar Me Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

Tonight

¥1280 (US$12.12)

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.

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Tamlins - Love Divine

Skengdon UK (Org) 1988

Info: Original Press

¥1780 ¥1380 (US$13.07)

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Various Artists - King Tubbys Presents Sound Clash Dubplate Style

Dub Store Records JPN 1988

¥2880 (US$27.28)

The quintessential eighties soundboy burial album

A digital masterpiece, produced by King Tubby, containing ten certified

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Michael Prophet - Copa Come / Version

Techniques / Dub Store Records JPN 1985

¥1480 (US$14.02)

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.

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Sanchez - My Baby / Make It Up Baby

Vena / Dub Store Records JPN 1988

Malfunction

¥1380 (US$13.07)

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.

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Daddy Freddie - Bad Boy A Street

Vena / Dub Store Records JPN 1987

Turn On The Heat

¥1380 (US$13.07)

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”!

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Junior Khadaffy - Rampers Music / Version

Stereo Uprising / Deeper Knowledge US 1989

¥1100 (US$10.42)

A mythical tune for all serious digital reggae collectors, finally reissued. The obscure Junior Khadaffy (various spellings!) released only a handful of tunes in the mid-late '80s, but all are fantastic. This one was cut for E&F Studios in the Bronx, ran by the late artist I-Plee. Stereo Fletcher happens to be family to I-Plee, producing several records by the artist for his own labels. But the works went both ways, and Stereo produced this one for release on E&F's in-house label. Slick but killer digital reggae, this one has always reminded us of the production style of Little Kirk's "Weed Them Out", a fantastic arrangement, great vocals and a complex head-nodding rhythm. The original press is extremely rare and the tune is simply too good to remain that way, so here it is, top top top shelf '80s digital, now available for all.

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Nitty Gritty - Butter Bread / Butter Bread Version

Jammys / Dub Store Records JPN 1986

Jack Slick

¥1280 (US$12.12)

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.

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Garnett Silk - Every Knee Shall Bow / Dub

Rythem Track / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1996

Crazy Baldhead (Bob Marley)

¥1100 (US$10.42)

Garnett Silk's "Every Knee Shall Bow"…over ten years from his start, Garnett was back working right where he began, with Rythem Track. Originally released posthumously in 1996 on Callo's offshoot 2-Hyped label, this is one of Silk's best ever, a high-water mark for both him and the producer, a shining example of the indelible legacies of both.

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Da Da Waps - Old Chain / Old Chain Version

Redman / Dub Store Records JPN 1989

¥1280 (US$12.12)

Da Da Waps is probably not familiar to many but he recorded many songs, which were mainly included in the Redman produced albums. He sings about the abolished slavery on this digital stepper rhythm. This record is highly regarded as one of sought after vinyls among the Redman’s catalogue.

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Dave Bailey - Concrete Jungle / Concrete Jungle Version

Redman / Dub Store Records JPN 1990

¥1280 (US$12.12)

Dave Bailey’s ‘Concrete Jungle’ within the Redman’s catalogue is considerably one of the most popular tunes. It’s not only an ordinary digital dancehall track, but also roots flavor added to this speedy edgy rhythm where Dave Bailey showcases his cool & smooth vocal to make this tune a killer!

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Ansel Collins - Happy Time

Oneness (Org) 1986

Info: Original Press

¥1280 ¥399 (US$3.78)

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