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  • War - The Albums: 1971 - 1975 5LP Boxset

    War - The Albums: 1971 - 1975 5LP Boxset

    5 x Coloured Vinyl Set (each LP a different colour) WAR: The Vinyl: 1971-1975 is an exclusive color vinyl boxed set celebrating the 50th anniversary and the first five classic albums from WAR (following the departure of their former lead-singer Eric Burdon). The set showcases WAR’s best-loved albums; WAR, All Day Music, The World Is A Ghetto, Deliver The Word, & Why Can’t We Be Friends?. Each album will be pressed on vinyl for the first time since its original release. Strictly Limited to 5000 exclusively for Record Store Day 2021. Green (disc1), Silver (disc2), Blue (disc3), Orange (disc4) & White (disc5)
  • 2 Tone: The Albums 8CD Box set Two Tone

    2 Tone: The Albums 8CD Box set Two Tone

    TWO TONE RECORDS was created in 1979 by The Specials founder Jerry Dammers. The label spawned a youth movement and a number of well-known artists and singles throughout it's tenure including the aforementioned Specials. This 40th Anniversary 8-CD Collection contains the first 8 albums released on the label, with offerings by The Specials, The Selecter and Rico, along with the sought-after live concert album 'Dance Craze' and the 'This Are Two Tone' which includes a host of non-album releases. Disc 1: The Specials 'Special' (1979) - Disc 2: The Selecter 'Too Much Pressure' (1980) - Disc 3: The Specials 'More Specials' (1980) - Disc 4: Various Artists 'Dance Craze' (1981) - Disc 5: Rico 'That Man Is Forward' [1981] - Disc 6: Rico 'Jama Rico' [1982] - Disc 7: Various Artists 'This Are Two Tone' [1983] - Disc 8: The Special Aka 'In the Studio' [1984]
  • The Trojan Story 50th Anniversary Boxset 3CD Trojan Records

    The Trojan Story 50th Anniversary Boxset 3CD Trojan Records

    One of the most significant collections in Trojan’s immense catalogue, the ‘The Trojan Story’ album dramatically changed the perception of Jamaican music among the general British public outside of the country’s Afro-Caribbean population. Prior to its release in 1971 there had never been an attempt to present a comprehensive anthology of the island’s musical development, with vintage ska, rock steady and reggae widely regarded as obsolete and of precious little merit. The treble disc set, which became an instant best-seller, had been the brainchild of Trojan’s label manager and Black Music fan, Rob Bell, who, assisted by Trojan stalwarts, Dandy, Webster Shrowder and Joe Sinclair, produced arguably the most significant Jamaican music retrospectives of all time. Now, 50 years following its original release, this hugely influential album has been revisited by Bell, along with reggae musician, Rusty Zinn, who have succeeded in improving what was already an almost perfect collection.