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King Jammys Dancehall, Vol. 3: Hard Dancehall Murderer 1985-1989


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Murderous collection of pure soundboy killing Jammys Gold!

The no1 top-a-top dancehall institution out of Kingston, instigators of the digital dancehall explosion in the 80's, King Jammys.
Now collected in one comprehensive double-disc extravaganza, collecting a heap of their most prized 7"s on a couple of fresh plates along with a very worthy visual presentation!

20 cuts, all of them equally crucial.
Featuring stone cold classics such as Banana Man's deadly dancehall bubbler 'Musical Murder', King Kong's tough, timely Tempo riddim input 'Can't Ride Computer', Nitty Gritty's cool delivery on 'Butter Bread', Robert Lee's soundboy assasinating 'Come Now' and many, many, many more!
The collection is of course focused on these seminal vocal cuts, but Prince / King Jammy does get a bit of solo shine on the last few instrumental cuts.. He does provide the backbone for the musical murder throughout, so it's only fair.

Essential collection of 80's digital.

Gatefold 2LP pressed on Crystal Clear vinyl.
Includes a heavyweight gatefold jacket and two doubled sided inserts with original artwork unearthed from the Konami vault.


A1 –Gregory Isaacs The Ruler
A2 –Nitty Gritty Butter Bread
A3 –Echo Minott I Am Back
A4 –Echo Minott Trouble Nobody
A5 –Johnny Osbourne Chain Robbery
B1 –Banana Man Musical Murder
B2 –King Kong Can't Ride Computer
B3 –Robert Lee Come Now
B4 –Pad Anthony By Show Down
B5 –Nitty Gritty Rub A Dub Kill You
C1 –Wayne Smith Like A Dragon
C2 –Tonto Irie Ram Up Every Corner
C3 –Pad Anthony Murderer
C4 –Admiral Bailey Mi Ah The Danger
C5 –Robert Lee & Bunny General Midnight Hour
D1 –King Jammy Dangerous System Version
D2 –Prince Jammy I Am Back Version
D3 –Prince Jammy One Time Girlfriend Version
D4 –King Jammy Chain Robbery Version
D5 –Prince Jammy Musical Murder Version

Banana Man - Musical Murder

King Kong - Can't Ride The Computer

Robert Lee - Come Now

Gregory Isaacs - The Ruler