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ISRAEL VIBRATION - STRENGTH OF MY LIFE
Produced in the late 1980's, this album came in a time wherein Roots Reggae was going through a difficult time. The same thing could be said for Israel Vibration, for the vocal harmony group had not been together for quite a while.

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SCIENTIST AND PRINCE JAMMY - DUB LANDING
When you see a record by the "Auralux" label, you can almost automatically establish that you have a more-than-good Reggae re-release in your hand. 

Take this two-albums-on-one-cd, for example. It  contains some of the better DUB works from the early 1980's. 

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SCIENTIST WINS THE WORLD CUP
This album is part of something historical.

First, it is an episode of a series released on the Greensleevs label featuring the mixing skills of one Overton Brown, a young prodigy and pupil of none other than King Tubby's, the Godfather of DUB.

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BLACK UHURU - TEAR IT UP (LIVE)
Long parts of live Dubbing and even a great drum solo by Sly Dunbar, add to this album what can usually not be found on a studio recording. 

Without being bored by too much sound from the actual audience, the album captures the great vibe of the concert almost as if you're there yourself.

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BUNNY WAILER - SINGS THE WAILERS
When you check most reviews on Bunny Wailer's material, they will not speak highly of the man's rub a dub/dancehall productions that he did in 1980 and 1981.

We completely disagree, and think that this album belongs to the strongest episodes in the long carrier of this original member of the Wailing Wailers.

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BLACK UHURU - SINSEMILLIA
Black Uhuru had it's finest time during the years they were under the productional guidance of Sly and Robbie in the early 1980's, there's hardly any debate about that.

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JAH WOOSH - THE BEST OF
Sometimes, you find the best music somewhere in the dusty corners of a record shop. Or in a virtual dusty corner of a website. 

Sometimes, the best material is way back in the popularity polls. Or at the download charts of a legal mp3 website.

Sometimes, the best vocalists are the least known. And here is where Jah Woosh (Neville Breckford) enters. 

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PRINCE ALLA - ONLY LOVE CAN CONQUER (1976 - 1979)
Prince Alla is Keith Blake. He was born in 1950, in Kingston. At an early age, he joined a vocal group called "The Leaders" and went on to live in Prince Edward Emmanuel's Rasta Camp, where he stayed about six years. 

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PRINCE JAMMY - DUB CULTURE
Prince Jammy's DUB CULTURE contains two albums: "UHURU IN DUB" and "OSBOURNE IN DUB". The first one is unmistakably Roots Rockers, where the second one is unmistakably in Rub a Dub style. 

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ISRAEL VIBRATION - THE SAME SONG
Israel Vibration's debut on the Reggae scene should be described and seen as a classic and the reasons for that are many.

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