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Tags: Dub Reggae | Jamaican
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Ghetto Children
Cat: 333 006. Rel: 03 Aug 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
Ghetto Children (3:29)
Dessus Jammin (3:49)
 in stock $16.02
Pressure Me
Cat: 333 005. Rel: 17 Aug 23
Roots/Lovers Rock
Pressure Me (3:37)
Dub Pressure (3:45)
Review: Death Is Not The End sub-label 333 is proving as vital as its parent. Here it comes through with a reissue of a little known bit of perfect digi-dub from Franklyn Bernard aka Frankie B. It was mixed at Fashion's A Class Studio in Clapham and came on the Ital Stuff label in 1986. 'Pressure Me' has Dixie Peach contributing vocal harmonies and has been brilliantly mixed down with a fizzing low end and plenty of static electricity scuttling across the face of the tune while the drums and bass never let up. On the flip, a melon twisting dub is served up for your listening pleasure.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $19.18
Pop Style
Pop Style (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: 333LP 012. Rel: 19 Oct 23
Pop Style (3:44)
Baby Don't Go (4:00)
Country Girl (3:34)
Take Bribe (3:41)
Budget (3:31)
Everywhere You Go In This World (4:01)
Give Me The Sensi (3:33)
Jah Jah (3:52)
Travellin' Man (3:38)
Review: Hugh Maddo's Pop Style is one of those super rare but cult late 80s reggae and dancehall albums that just hit a perfect sweet spot between styles. Thankfully, Death Is Not The End sub-label 333 has got the rights to this full reissue of the original which was recorded in Jamaica at Byron Lee's Dynamics and Herman Chin-Loy's Aquarius studios in 1987. A wealth of musical talents of the day all feature on it including Winston Wright, Bobby Ellis, and Mikey "Boo" Richards, but the standout is the sublime vocal contribution of Killamanjaro's Hugh Maddo.
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Tags: Dub Reggae | Jamaican
 in stock $22.86
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