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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.
No 1 Station - Boss Beat
By Angus Taylor on 08 Oct 2008
This highly touted ska band have an eye on the charts.
Soul Pirate by Alborosie
By Angus Taylor on 05 Oct 2008
New songs rub shoulders with familiar 7s on this limited availability preview release.
Jah Is Real by Burning Spear
By Angus Taylor on 01 Oct 2008
His new album is the sound of a living man with work to do.
New Day For Sugar Minott
By Angus Taylor on 12 Sep 2008
His first proper album in years makes for intriguing listening.
City Runnings by Cornerstone
By John Fenwick on 10 Sep 2008
Welcome reissue of Cornerstone’s reggae chronicle of urban life in 1990s Britain
Dread Meets Greensleeves: A Westside Revolution
By Angus Taylor on 08 Sep 2008
There's something awfully familiar about Greensleeves latest celeb selection.
Sound System Champions by Mungo's Hi Fi
By Angus Taylor on 02 Sep 2008
The genre defying Scots officially release their guest spot packed album on Rockers Revolt.
The Mystic World of Augustus Pablo: The Rockers Story by Augustus Pablo
By Tom Orr on 01 Sep 2008
An indispensable tribute to the great reggae instrumentalist, dub master and producer.
Michael Smith - Mi Cyaan Believe It
By Angus Taylor on 17 Aug 2008
25 years after his death we remember Michael Smith's classic 1982 album.
Musically Mad
By Angus Taylor on 07 Aug 2008
This Swedish documentary is a snapshot that should stand the test of time.

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