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Naggo Morris False Rasta
Tearing, thunderous, vengeful, rootical steppers from 1982; a Shaka paradigm, fierce and super-heavyweight. The A rolls out dub annihilation; the B-side dubplate mix is dubwise from the start.



Invasion Of The Mysteron Killer Sounds
Brilliant digi dancehall rhythms from Firehouse to Lenky with some new stuff thrown in by the likes of Diplo and Harmonic 313.



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The Heptones The Heptones
Earl Morgan 'the big break come when they release Fattie Fattie. They ban it on the radio but it was a number one seller.'





Bounty Killer Enemies
Another batch of future classics from Dave 'Mad People' Kelly. Thrilling to have brand new JA records this good, after a bit of a drought. Digi killers, right under your nose.





Mavado All Dem A Talk
Going for it true-Mavado-style on Sean 'Chrome' Chablal's Dancehall EFX rhythm. Creative, Humble, Real, Original, Musical and Enthusiastic, according to Sean.




Keith Hudson Entering The Dragon
The potent, weird 1974 set, on 180g vinyl. With a blaxploitation version of Rockfort Rock, covers of Phyllis Dillon and Maxine Brown, Hugh Masekela's Riot, his own Melody Maker. Darkly brilliant as ever.



Barry Brown No No No
Heavy, early-eighties dubplate action, from the Little John Showdown sessions. Straight to the head of that recent, tacky bootleg.



Patrick Andy Don't Worry Yourself
Killer Channel One drums and bass, horns and organ stripped right back, just perfect, with ace singing, spare arrangement, chilled production. Posse Form A Line and Joker Lover excursions. Dubs, too. Lovely stuff...