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Derrick Morgan - Blazing Fire

Beverleys UK 1963

¥2180 (US$15.61)


Scion Success - Settle Them A Settle; Version / Madoo - Lose Respect; Version

14 Karat / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1984

Joe Frazier

¥1580 ¥1099 (US$7.87)

One tough rhythm, five vocal cuts (one previously unreleased!) and two different dub versions, spread across two twelve-inches. Produced at Channel 1 in the mid '80s, then voiced in New York, this Mikey Jarrett production is one of our favorite heavy rhythms of its era.


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Kevin Skie Warrington - It A Road Block; Version / Mikey Jarrett; Satta George - Vicey Verse; Watch The Woman Them A Fight Fe Man

14 Karat / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1984

Joe Frazier

¥1580 ¥999 (US$7.15)

The Skie Warrington 12' was only released in NY, and is presented as it was originally issued. The Scion Success 12' was issued in NY and the UK, originally released with a tune on a different rhythm on the other side. Here instead we present the fantastic and dark previously unreleased vocal from Madoo, to complete the version excursion.

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Phillip Myers - Ghetto Struggle

Junior Militant / Digikiller / Deeper Knowledge US 1986


Philip Myers released only a handful of tunes in the second half of the 1980's, and among them was this now very rare 45 from 1985. The lone release on Daniel Senior's Junior Militant label, based out of Seaview Gardens, Kingston 11, this tough digital cut features lyrics about babylon coming to mash up your dance. Arranged by Noel Davey (legend has it, before the release of sleng teng!), this tune perfectly captures the digital dancehall sound just being born, and proves yet again that so many killer tunes were bubbling under but never made it into the spotlight. Thankfully, this huge tune is now back on the street, rescued from rarity and obscurity, and ready to receive its due!