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Mark Stewart & The MaffiaLearning To Cope With Cowardice (2CD version – with bonus tracks) ... CD
On-U Sound/Mute, Early 80s. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 18.99
Wonderfully noisy, messy grooves from the mighty Mark Stewart – working here in the best spirit of the On-U sound years – when just about anything was allowable in the studio! Stewart's equally influenced by punk and dub, but also has a sound that's completely his own – very dark and moody, and filled with political energy from the Reagan/Thatcher era – with instrumentation from a host of other On-U label mates – including musicians from New Age Steppers, African Head Charge, and The Dub Syndicate – brooding under the kind of trippy percussion that only Adrian Sherwood could deliver at the time. A huge bridge between London of the punk years, and England of the Massive Attack/Tricky generation – with titles that include "Liberty City", "The Paranoia Of Power", "High Ideals & Crazy Dreams", "None Dare Call It Conspiracy", "Learning To Cope With Cowardice", "Blessed Are Those Who Struggle", and "Don't Ever Lay Down Your Arms". Features a full bonus album of unreleased material – titles that include "Conspiracy", "May I", "High Ideals", "The Weight", "Liberty Dub", "Vision", and "Cowardice". CD

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✨✧ Aggrovators/Revolutionaries/NineyEvolution Of Dub Vol 2 – Great Leap Forward (Brass Rockers/Rasta Dub 76/At Channel One Studios/Sledgehammer Dub) ... CD
Greensleeves (UK), 1970s. Used 4 CDs ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The second mighty volume in the Greensleeve's and VP's Evolution of Dub boxed set series! 4 more discs of dubbed out goodness, compiling some of the heaviest, rootsiest, spaciest dub albums of all time, in a smart reissue series – with three producers and two mad dub engineers highlighted in this set! Rhythms are laid down by the Aggrovators, Revolutionaries and Soul Syndicate, with three albums produced by Bunny Lee and one by Niney, mixed by King Tubby and Prince Phillip Smart. First up is Brass Rockers by Tommy McCook and the Aggrovators; then the Aggrovators' Rasta Dub '76; The Aggrovators Meet The Revolutionaries At Channel One Studios; and finally, Niney's Sledgehammer Dub. 45 (!) tracks in all, including "A Version I Can Feel With Love", "The Mighty Gates Of Goza", "Bongo Man Dub", "True Believer In Dubs", 'The Big Boss Of Dubs", "None Shall Escape Dub", "Fatty Boom Boom Dub", 'Dread Locks Bald Head Dub", "Ja Ja In De Dub", "Ites Gold Green Dub", "The Conqueror", "The Mighty Gorgon", "Bionic Man", "Seven Million Dollar Man", "Ethiopians Rock", "The Dark Destroyer", "Special Brew", "Dub Long Rastafari", "You're No Dub Baby", and "God Bless My Dub". CD
(Out of print.)

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VariousSelect Cuts From Blood & Fire – Chapter Two ... CD
Blood & Fire/Select Cuts (Germany), 2001. Used ... $11.99
Classic dub and reggae tracks from the catalog of Blood & Fire UK – remixed by the likes of Kid Loco, Mr Scruff, Jah Wobble, Dubphonic, Apollo 440, and others! Tracks include "Step On It" by Scientist remixed by Dan Donovan, "Rally Dub" by Yabby You remixed by Apollo 440, "Look A Boom" by I Roy remixed by Winston Blissett, "Great Stone" by King Tubby & Soul Syndicate remixed by Zion Train, "Double Warning" by I Roy remixed by Jah Wobble, and "Jah Jah Is A Guiding Star" by Linval Thompson remixed by Dubphonic. CD
(Out of print.)

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