These Limited edition Trojan 7-inch record bags have just landed. Ideal if you love a ska or reggae 45 and need to take a few with you.
Great to see Trojan producing some interesting collections once more, with the latest being Copasetic! The Sound of Mod Ska.
There are two versions of this, so it all depends which colour you prefer for Duke Reid Rock’s Steady on heavyweight vinyl.
If you don’t have much of the band in your collection, you might want to check out this new Skatalites compilation from Trojan.
I’m guessing you might already own the tracks on here, but if you don’t – or just want to add to your collection – so check out the upcoming Trojan Original Ska Classics.
Andy Smith is known for many things – Portishead’s tour DJ, compilation compiler (The Document series) and as one half of Dynamo Productions. Here he trawls his way through the Trojan catalogue to present the Trojan Document.
Another of the Trojan / Spectrum reissues that might be of interest – Trojan Ska-ing West!. The CD is promising to be a rarity goldmine, again for not a lot of cash. According to the label, this set of early to mid-60s sounds of 40 tracks from the Island and […]
Trojan seems to be undergoing a reissue series via budget label Spectrum, with a few CD hitting the shelves today, including Sounds & Pressure: Mod Reggae. That very familiar packaging contains what's described as an 'eclectic' mix of 40 vintage tracks, some of which are making their debut on CD. […]