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Saw those CDs are available again on Ernie (Jamaican Gold label) - how are they like & what do you think is the best volume of the 3 ?
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Buy all 3 without hesitation - they're all great!
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Simply awesome troika from Jamaican Gold! Some of the best compilations ever made (at least in my book).
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skunkride: These are great compilations! You can buy them (and most of the Jamaican Gold CDs) without hesitation.
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yes yes, buy all three without hesitation! the first two are essential if you like that rocksteady and that skinhead/early reggae sound. only one or two misses on each disc, in my estimation. the third volume is a bit less focused cuz it's over a longer period of time, but features some big tunes from some big players. you'll want all three.
i wonder who's pressing these though? i thought they were all run through?
Hard to pick one... I'd get all three of them.
If you really want to own a large part of the known Matador output,
get the fourth disc (" It's Shuffle 'n' Ska Time with Lloyd "the Matador" Daley)
and the Matador compilation on Heartbeat" as well...
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Damn ! I waited for these compilations to be available for a long time.
Unfortunatly I made my (large) order last week and for us european the shipping prices aren't that cheap anymore unless you buy enough to retabilize...
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