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Black Liberation by Nu Flowah
By John Fenwick on 04 Nov 2008
A striking debut album of musical and spiritual authenticity.
A Little Bit More - Joe Gibbs 12'' Selection 1978 - 1983 by Dennis Brown
By Tom Orr on 02 Nov 2008
A whole lot more of prime Dennis Brown plus dub and deejay embellishment.
The African by Tiken Jah Fakoly
By Tom Orr on 02 Nov 2008
Not the Ivory Coast reggae star’s best work, but hard-hitting nonetheless.
Interview: Gyptian
By Davina Hamilton on 30 Oct 2008
“I think this is a nice album. And it’s not really the type of album you’d expect...
Earl 'Chinna' Smith and Idrens: Inna De Yard Vol. 2
By Angus Taylor on 30 Oct 2008
A smoother edged effort from the yard but with the same impressive results.
"Get Up, Stand Up": The Noble Truth Of Rastafari
By Geoffrey Philp on 28 Oct 2008
“The First Noble Truth of Rastafari, then, was to assert the dignity and individuality of...
Interview: Burning Spear
By Angus Taylor on 27 Oct 2008
“Don’t look back and don’t be thinking that you get left out of anything....
Culture And the Deejays at Joe Gibbs 1977-79 by Culture
By Tom Orr on 25 Oct 2008
Early Culture tracks niced up inna deejay style.
Nostradamus by Winston McAnuff
By Angus Taylor on 23 Oct 2008
This will please Winston's fans, both old and new.
Interview: Beres Hammond
By Davina Hamilton on 21 Oct 2008
"I hate to know that people use music to incite negativity. To me, music should be something to...
Truths and Rights Deluxe Edition by Johnny Osbourne
By Tom Orr on 20 Oct 2008
Late '70s Studio One masterpiece re-emerges as good as ever and even better.
A Town Called Addis by Dub Colossus
By Tom Orr on 18 Oct 2008
There’s a new dub in town and it’s sounding colossally great.
Le Choc Des Cultures by Alpha Wess
By Angus Taylor on 15 Oct 2008
A scathing critique of French Colonialism by the Guinean singer signed to Makasound.
In Transit by Ziggi
By Angus Taylor on 14 Oct 2008
The Netherlands own reggae sensation returns with a new album on Greensleeves and Rock N Vibes.
I Can Feel Your Pain by Gyptian
By John Fenwick on 11 Oct 2008
A landmark album that sets a new standard for contemporary reggae.

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