This Maxi SIngle is not only optically a real eye-catcher and therefore a real collector's item, but also contains 2 brilliant tracks by the band from New York. Equally important and passionate, equally important and lively messages, these two songs underline how special this band is, and shed light on the groove they're in when it comes to laying new tracks
Punky Reggae! 2 Beautifully executed early reggae versions of an Angelic Upstart and The Clash Song. Published on Liquidator, limited to 500 copies
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Dutch sports suit troupe, Grover is releasing an EP with new upsessions songs including a Cd with 5 more songs from the last 10 band years. The whole thing is available on both black and red vinyl.
Only 50 Pieces worldwide - numbered by Hand
Sweet Rocksteady from Vienna in beautiful packaging! Fortunately, the people of Rocksteady Conspiracy have dedicated themselves to this wonderful, much more soul-heavy style, Ken Boothe would have loved them. In short, if you buy this beautiful piece of music on vinyl, which is the only authentic format for Rocksteady, you can't go wrong. The dub version is on the flip, also very nice. (Excerpt from review irieites.de)
Finest Rocksteady and Early Reggae of the 4-piece band from Brooklyn, consisting of members of the Pinstripes and The Fad. Secret!
The delegators cleverly combine the usual ska sound with reggae and fragments from Motown and 60's Soul. Singer Janet Kumah is in her element and the musicality of her fellow musicians leaves nothing to be desired. Pronounced danceable arranged also.
The young sieve from France's southwest celebrates early and skinhead reggae and has a heart for heroes with bags of tears: in "Derrick Song" one pays homage to Horst Tappert himself.
Dirty Reggae of the troupe from LA! Single release of songs which can also be found on the current album.
BADASONIC presents: the second episode of the "Soundclash Series" split single with the finest vintage Reggae from the Netherlands and Belgium. There can only be one double A-side single in the "Soundclash Series": Belgium sends THE MOON INVADERS into the field from the southern flank, who let "Ride On Donkey" sound in the official Boss Reggae format. From the north come Dutch band THE UPSESSIONS, who in turn present a trad ska version of their Belgian colleagues' "Walk Don't Run". Of course, everything here has been transferred from the tape to the vinyl matrix in crackling, fully analogue sound aesthetics. incl. Download code
Liquidator Records is releasing a historical document of the times with this single. 50 years after the first release, here are the first 2 songs recorded by Roy AKA Mr. Symarip along with such sounding names as Ernest Ranglin or Rico Rodriguez.
Repress, original 1960 available
Split single of two Spanish Early Reggae/ Rocksteady bands. The single is pressed on green vinyl.
Early Reggae Repress 1975 on Clocktower Records
Old single of the Bernese Ska, Rocksteady, and Reggae troupe
2 Symarip tracks of the former keyboardist recorded together with the Bishops in vintage style.
The French troupe mixes Mento, Calypso and lots of mambo and brings you the summer to the plate
Early Reggae, Repress 1975 on Clocktower Records
Rocksteady, released on Liquidator Records
Collaboration of the US and Spanish Early Reggae Troops