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Bullwackies All Stars
Black World Dub

WACKIES

Out originally in 1979, on the Wackies’ imprint Hardwax. (The original cover commemorated the first year of Honest Jon’s new reggae shop Maroons Tunes, Bullwackies’ UK distributor.)



Horace Andy Dance Hall Style
Horace has made just three truly great albums: Skylarking, for Studio One; In The Light, for Hungry Town; and — with the biggest impact at the time, and by far the most contemporary — Dance Hall Style.



Jah Batta Argument
Upful dancehall vibes address topics such as vegetarianism, skin colour, school, good old-fashioned rocking the mic. One toast laments Batta's girlfriend running off with Sugar Minott.



Wayne Jarrett Showcase Vol. 1
Bullwackies recorded this album during the same weeks as Horace Andy's Dance Hall Style: two of the greatest vocal reggae LPs of all time.



Reggae Super Star T-shirt
Black print on yellow.
'Signed Ras Senrab, President, John Clarke Fan Club, c/o Wackies House Of Music.'




Dance Hall Style T-shirt
Dark grey on light grey.



Wackies Creation Dub
Pretty much since its original release in 1977, Creation Dub has been as Wanted amongst reggae bounty hunters as its Wild West cover typography suggests - every track a killer, a key Bullwackies dub album.



Wackies Reggae Goodies Vol. 1
From the original sleeve-note — 'reggae music is reaching its peak and this album is a perfect example of the roots of its success... an exceptionally well put together album with various artists at their best.'



Love Joys Reggae Vibes
The Love Joys' first album, initially released in 1981 on the Florida-based Top Ranking label: ten tunes produced and recorded at Wackies NY, ranging from lovers rock and uptempo dance vibes to roots and reality.



Wayne Jarrett Mini Showcase
See CD entry, where this record is combined with Horace Andy Meets Naggo Morris.



'Wayne Jarrett' Grey on brown
Generously printed, from the great Showcase LP. Courtesy of Basic Channel.



Jah Batta Informer
Two versions, different dubwise mixes of Sugar Minott’s massive Informer rhythm — both choca with living dancehall vibes and Channel One-style deadliness.



Bullwackie Free For All
Out originally mid-70s on the Aires label, in a plain, stencilled sleeve, this is based around three cuts of the dreader than dread Free For All rhythm.



Max Romeo Birth Of Reggae Music
Up there with Melt Away as the best side Max made outside the Black Ark; and surely the best of his twelve years away from Jamaica, from 1978 -1990.



Milton Henry Who Do You Think I Am?
Milton Henry’s handful of classics — like his version of Gypsy Woman, or This World and Follow Fashion over the Upsetter’s Fever rhythm (under the handle King Medious) — made him a natural Wackies’ recruit.



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