Reggae

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Various: Basic Replay

In recent years, the duo behind Basic Channel have turned their attention to re-issuing rare and overlooked reggae.

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Bullwackies All Stars: Free for All

Fans of heavy, smokey, seventies dub will appreciate this latest Wackie’s reissue.

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Yabby You: Deliver Me From My Enemies

Blood and Fire did an amazing job with their reissue.

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Tony Tuff: Say Something

As smooth as they come.

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Paul St. Hilaire: Adsom

Lush, soulful digital roots.

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Rob Symeonn: The Chosen One

Rob Symeonn is a talented roots vocalist.

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Reckless Breed: Reckless Roots Rockers

Fans of straight-up seventies dub should definitely snatch this up.

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The Congos & Friends: Fisherman Style

This two-disc set compiles brand new versions of a Lee Perry riddim from 1977.

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Sugar Minott: The Roots Lover 1978-1983

Two discs of deep roots reggae.

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Rhythm & Sound: See Mi Yah

Essential.

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Mike Brooks: The Earth Is The Fullness

Deep and emotional roots reggae.

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Various: Studio One Classics

Truly a greatest hits collection.

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The Ring Craft Posse: St. Catherine in Dub 1972-1984

Slickly produced and expertly remastered.

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Barry Brown: Rich Man Poor Man 1978-1980

Classic tunes and pre-electronic innovation.

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Various: Don't Give Up Your Culture

An exquisite collection of remastered roots reggae.

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King Tubby: The Roots of Dub and Dub from the Roots

Luscious basslines and rhythms.

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Rhythm & Sound: w/The Artists, The Versions

Extended journeys into the murky depths of thick German vinyl.

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Wackies: African Roots Act 1

The deepest bass and reverb aplenty.

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King Tubby: 100% of Dub

Whether you’re a seasoned dub listener, or just getting started, this is a solid buy.