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Junior Delahaye Movie Show
Issued originally in 1981, with white or blue Wackies labels, with and without information stamped on. The A differs from the album cut; the dub is right up there with Bullwackies' - anybody's - best.




Dennis Brown Open The Gate
Niney The Observer classics.



Horace Andy Serious Thing
The Bullwackies cut of Horace Andy's Serious Thing eclipses on all sides the classic Bunny Lee version of five or so years earlier — Horace like an angel over a stepping roots arrangement with horns and effects.



Junior Delahaye Showcase
Originally released in 1982 this album recasts Philadelphia-style sweet soul within the shimmering, bass-heavy textures of classic Wackies dub, with spine-chilling results.




Sugar Minott Wicked Ago Feel It
During the period of this 1984 recording, Sugar Minott was arguably the brightest star in reggae music world-wide: this one's for those who like their Sugar unrefined, raw and uncut.



Sugar Minott / Horace Andy Wicked Ah Go Feel It / Musical Episode
From Sugar an essential, down-to-the-bone version of the foundation Real Rock rhythm. Featuring Jackie Mittoo and Bagga Stewart from Willie Williams' classic Armagideon Time cut, alongside Wackies' Itopia Crew.



Lloyd McTaggart You're Back
Recorded around the same time as Leroy Sibbles' Revolution, this features the Love Joys' backing vocals, lots of 70s synth percussion, the weirdest trumpet part and a wicked version on the flipside.




Rod Taylor, Barry Brown King Culture Presents Cuss Cuss
Six murderous outings for Lloyd Robinson's immortal rhythm on this showcase EP collecting singles produced by King Culture in Toronto and Kingston, Jamaica, during 1980-81.



Horace Andy Tribute To Bob Marley / Love Hangover
Tribute was originally released on the Top Ranking label in 1981, soon after the Wailer’s death in May. An outstanding cut on Sleepy's Exclusively album, issued the next year in London by Solid Groove.



John Clarke Visions Of John Clarke / Rootsy Reggae
Visions Of John Clarke was a little thrown together for its original release in 1979. Still, its sleeve carried a ringing endorsement from Bullwackies himself — 'President of the John Clarke Fan Club'.



John Clarke Visions Of John Clarke
See the CD entry, where this record is combined with Rootsy Reggae.



John Clarke Rootsy Reggae
See CD entry, where this LP is combined with Visions Of John Clarke.