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Trojan Sound System’s Top Five Reggae Albums

Trojan Sound System reveal their top five reggae albums of all time.
Trojan Sound System reveal their top five reggae albums of all time.
“The first side is the best side of Reggae ever made”
“The first side is the best side of Reggae ever made”
“Every track is outstanding”
“Every track is outstanding”
“Produced By Wackies, unusually in New York. This is Horace Andy’s best album”
“Produced By Wackies, unusually in New York. This is Horace Andy’s best album”
“It’s sensational on every level”
“It’s sensational on every level”
“A timeless benchmark in Dub”
“A timeless benchmark in Dub”

Trojan Sound System

TSS are an institution in British sound system culture representing the legendary Trojan Records worldwide.

War Inna Babylon – Max Romeo

The first side is the best side of Reggae ever made. Lee Perry produced and also re-vamped some of his iconic riddims for the occasion from his classic Dub album, “Super Ape”.

Truth And Rights – Johnny Osbourne    

Every track is outstanding. The title track was never released as a single, but it became a Reggae an Roots anthem anyway.

Dancehall Style – Horace Andy

Produced By Wackies, unusually in New York. This is Horace Andy’s best album.

Exodus – Bob Marley

Time magazine voted this as the greatest album of the 20th century and recorded and produced in London whilst Bob was in exodus from people trying to kill him in Yard. It’s sensational on every level.

King Tubby meet Rockers Uptown – Augustus Pablo

Every track on this album is a seminal riddim that are still being rinsed decades later. A timeless benchmark in Dub.

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5 Comments

  1. Darren

    Burning Spear – Marcus Garvey?

  2. Thomas

    Nice choices, very hard for me to pick just five. I’d argue that there should be room on any list for The Congos’ “Heart of the Congos”…

  3. Cocaine Dillinger not on the list ?

  4. Enjay

    Wow lucky enough to have all 5 on vinyl

  5. jane wallace

    I love this so much

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