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Boomkat Product Review:
*Includes 16-page booklet with rare pictures and extensive sleevnotes* Following their warmly received coverage of 'The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978-1983', Bristol Archive Records set their sights on the influential '80s era for their 2nd set of rarities and classic cuts. There's strong rootical nourishment from the likes of Black Roots on 'Pin In The Ocean' and 'The Father' or Bunny Marrett's 'Times Are Getting Harder', and an emphasis on the strength of the the city's dub sound with Alfred McIntosh's 'Wicked Dub' and 'Ah It Dis', while the we can hear the sound beginnign to change towards the end of the decade with mechanised rudeez like Dan Ratchet and Teknikal Honours' 'Raggamuffin Girl' or Zapp Stereo's 'Way Out West'. If you're interested in the rich and influential musical heritage of Bristol and its pre-Dubstep/Trip Hop history, look no further.