LP + Poster.Mr. Lloyd James aka Prince Jammy aka King Jammy returns to the mixing board to put the virus under manners with a new set of classic dub 21st century style! - Revisiting a serious selection of missiles from the golden age of reggae giving Hugh Mundell, Junior Delgado, Sugar Minott, Black Uhuru and other great artists the Jammy's Superpower dub treatment.
State-of the-art re-mastered for 2022 release is the Lee Perry produced Black Ark classic album! - The Congos started out as the duo of Cedric Myton and Roy Johnson and their debut longplayer was "Heart Of The Congos" originally released in 1977.
High ranking anthem from 1982 with the Roots Radics in full effect and backed by world cup winning Scientist dub. Both tracks produced by Henry "Junjo" Lawes, recorded at Channel One and mixed by Scientist at King Tubby’s studio.
"I Man A The Stal-A-Watt" gathers together 13 sure shots from Cornell Campbell blending the very best of his all-conquering hit run of forty-fives for Bunny "Striker" Lee alongside a stretch of crucial cuts produced by Joe Gibbs - from the 1970s - 80s classic era
Top roots outing from the mellow canary on this dreadlocks man 1979 classic, backed by the Roots Radics in full effect on the big showdown Scientist dub. Both tracks produced by Henry "Junjo" Lawes and recorded at Channel One studio.
"Black Ark In Dub" is another piece of Lee "Scratch" Perry’s limitless musical puzzle. Originally released in 1980 the hard to find "Black Ark In Dub" remains a frozen sonic timepiece, captured at the beginning of the end of one era and poised at the start of another.
For the first time coupled with dub version for 7-inch single is one of Michael Prophet's most popular tunes from 1980. Produced by Henry "Junjo" Lawes at Channel One with the musicians of the Roots Radics in full effect and dubmaster Scientist at the controls!