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



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.



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.



Prince Douglas Dub Roots
Besides Sugar's International Herb, this 1980 dub album is engineer Douglas Levy's finest work. Wackies' fans have been clamouring for its reissue ever since Rhythm And Sound began re-releasing the catalogue.



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.



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.



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.



Jah I Maz Freedom Is A Must
A Bullwackies masterpiece — haunted, reeling roots, saturated in hurt, confusion and resistance, with a knockout Baba Leslie-led dub — announcing Digikiller's mouth-watering new tranche of reissues from the studio....



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



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.



Wayne Jarrett Come Let's Go
Ace, loose, mystical roots, with sick synths, slacky tidy guitar, and Jarrett pouring himself into the mic. With a thumping dub led by saxophonist Jerry Johnson.



Jezzreel Great Jah Jah
Taking its name from Jezreel, the Biblical city founded by the tribe of Issachar, where God is said to have cursed Ahab for his greed, this singing duo’s debut Wackies album is steeped in rasta spirituality.



Jezzreel All Depends On You / I Put My Trust
An intimate, spare do-over of the Spiderman rhythm which Yellowman was smashing with Operation Eradication: eight minutes of yearning and pleading, dosed with the stylings of the original Night Nurse himself.



Joe Axumite We Three Kings
Bullwackies basement session runnings, with Clive Hunt.



Love Joys Lovers Rock
Rhythm And Sound leading with trumps: this was the first in their Wackies reissue programme. Consummate lovers rock by cousins Sonia Abel and Claudette Brown — originally from Brixton — and classic Bullwackies.



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