Collection: Reggae/Dub

  • Lee -scratch- Perry & Friends

    Open The Gate

    The Jamaican dub pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry had the ability to attract some of the best musicians around to indulge in their fantasies. He knew how...

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  • Reggae Roast

    More Fire!

    Reggae Roast, the UKs premier Reggae Soundsystem collective are delighted to bring you their second studio album More Fire!. Following on from their debut Turn Up...

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  • Mikey Dread / Edi Fitzroy

    Original General / Queen Of Harlesden (RSD2023)

    Mikey Dread was a Jamaican singer who played an important role in the popularization of the reggae during the 1970s. He began recording in the early...

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  • Sugar Minott

    Bitter Sweet

    Sugar Minott was a Jamaican reggae star who was a pioneer of the dancehall style. Minott was a producer, label head, and sound system operator. He...

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  • Various Artists

    Jackpot Of Hits

    The Jackpot Of Hits compilation features the best of the mid- to late- Sixties reggae sounds. It kicks off with The Pioneers “Jackpot” and is followed...

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  • The Sky Nations

    Medley Dub

    By the late 1970s, dub was firmly established as a favorite subgenre of the reggae canon, with every Jamaica-based record producer devoted to the style. Sonia...

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  • Desmond Dekker

    Double Dekker

    Desmond Dekker recorded some of his best-known songs together with his backing group the Aces. Their track “Israelites” from 1968 became one of the earliest international...

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  • The Silvertones

    Silver Bullets

    The story of the Jamaican reggae harmony group The Silvertones started in 1964, when the band was founded after Delroy Denton joined the duo of Gilmore...

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  • Alton Ellis

    Mr . Soul Of Jamaica

    1967's Mr. Soul of Jamaica was the first album by rocksteady star Alton Ellis. He was one of the innovators of the genre and given the...

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  • Toots & The Maytals

    Funky Kingston

    Toots and the Maytals' Funky Kingston is a brilliant reggae album and suitable for both beginners as for experienced listeners. The album was released twice and...

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  • The Roots Radics =mikey Dread Presents=

    Dub Catalogue Volume 1

    Michael Campbell started out as an engineer with the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation and made reggae history presenting his Dread At The Controls radio program, after which...

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  • The Ethiopians

    Engine 54

    The beloved harmony Jamaican group The Ethiopians released their debut album Engine 54 in 1968. Train imagery is the main focus on the album, with excellent...

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  • The B-52's

    The B-52'S

    The B-52's is the debut album by the Athens, Georgia-based new wave band The B-52's. The band went on to release several chart-topping singles. The album...

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  • The 4th Street Orchestra

    Ah Who Seh? Go-Deh!

    Founded in 1971, Matumbi was among the earliest and best British reggae bands. They did, however, also record under different guises, including The 4th Street Orchestra....

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  • Peter Tosh

    Bush Doctor

    Bush Doctor is the third studio album by Jamaican reggae musician Peter Tosh. Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer he was one of the core...

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  • Mikey Dread

    World War Iii

    Mikey Dread is known as one of the most multi-faceted artists, comfortably taking in both the positions of producer and artist. By the late Seventies he...

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  • Lee Perry

    Africa's Blood

    Upon release in 1971, Africa's Blood was the first record Lee “Scratch” Perry released under his own name, although his band The Upsetters do appear on...

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  • Various Artists

    Reggae Collected

    Reggae Collected is compiled from the broad world of Jamaican artists, groups and its diaspora. This brand new compilation contains early reggae by Jimmy Cliff, classics...

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  • U Roy

    Version Galore

    The pioneer of toasting Ewart Beckford, better known by his stage name U-Roy, is a Jamaican vocalist. He was bursting onto the Jamaican scene in the...

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  • Toots & The Maytals

    Live

    The legendary reggae artist Frederick “Toots” Hibbert, together with his band The Maytals, toured Europe in 1980. During those days they had one of reggae and...

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  • Toots & The Maytals

    In The Dark

    The Jamaican musical group Toots & the Maytals can be considered as one of the best known and most important ska and rocksteady groups of all...

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  • Tommy Mccook

    Reggay At It's Best

    The Jamaican saxophonist Tommy McCook was a founding member of The Skatalites, but also directed The Supersonics and backed many sessions for Bunny Lee or The...

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  • The Upsetters (with Lee Perry And Friends)

    Build The Ark

    Lee 'Scratch' Perry was a pioneer of dub music and worked together with artists such as Bob Marley and the Wailers, The Clash and The Beastie...

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  • The Upsetters

    Rhythm Shower

    Rhythm Shower is the 1973 studio album by The Upsetters, but also features tracks by Dillinger and Sir Lord Comic. Many of the rhythms on the...

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The Vibrant World of Reggae and Dub on Vinyl

Reggae and Dub music, with their rich history and unique sound, have a special home on vinyl records. The tactile experience of vinyl brings to life the rhythmic beats and soulful melodies that define these genres. From the influential sounds of Lee Perry to the iconic tunes of Toots & The Maytals, our collection of Reggae Music vinyl and Dub Music vinyl offers a journey into the heart of these genres. Each record spins not just music but a story of cultural significance, transporting listeners to the roots of Reggae and Dub.

Experience the Authentic Sound of Reggae on Vinyl

There's something magical about experiencing Reggae music on vinyl. The warm, organic sound of vinyl records complements the laid-back, rhythmic nature of Reggae. Artists like Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer have made substantial contributions to the genre, and their music takes on a new life when played on a turntable. Vinyl records capture the nuances and depth of Reggae music, providing an authentic listening experience that digital formats cannot replicate.

Dub Music and Its Pioneering Influence

Dub music, known for its innovative use of sound and production techniques, finds a perfect medium in vinyl. The genre, pioneered by artists like Lee Perry and The Upsetters, is characterized by its emphasis on drum and bass elements and the creative use of effects. Listening to Dub music on vinyl allows for a full appreciation of these sonic explorations. The physicality of vinyl records adds a layer of depth to the Dub experience, making each spin a unique journey through the genre's innovative soundscapes.

The Timeless Appeal of Reggae and Dub Vinyl Collections

Building a collection of Reggae and Dub music on vinyl is not just about amassing records; it's about curating a piece of musical history. With each vinyl record, you're preserving a chapter of the rich and diverse legacy of these genres. From the socially conscious lyrics of Peter Tosh to the groundbreaking productions of Lee Perry, each album tells a story of artistic innovation and cultural expression. Our collection offers a wide range of albums, perfect for both long-time enthusiasts and newcomers to the genres.

Why Vinyl is the Perfect Medium for Reggae and Dub

Vinyl records offer a listening experience that is as much about the ritual as it is about the music. The act of playing a vinyl record - from handling the sleeve to dropping the needle - adds a tangible, almost ritualistic quality to the music listening experience. This physical interaction with the music is especially fitting for Reggae and Dub, genres that are deeply rooted in tradition and history. The revival of vinyl in the modern era reaffirms its status as the ideal medium for experiencing the authentic sound and rich heritage of Reggae and Dub music.