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Limited Edition 12"
Horace Andy’s classic Studio One cut ‘Fever’ on a super-loud 12” single for the first time ever.
A killer track originally released on the legendary Studio One label in 1973, with the Cedric Im Brooks instrumental version on the B side.
Horace Andy is one of Reggae’s best known vocalists who has had mainstream success with Massive Attack after appearing on all five of their albums.
A party dancefloor devastator, these won’t be around for long.
Includes: 1960's style carry case + 7" slipmat + Jerry Dammers signed art card
Label: Chrysalis Records
This 40th Anniversary 7" collection has been curated by Jerry Dammers,selecting his favourite 12 singles released on the label between 1979 and 1984.
Presented with their original sleeve designs in a bespoke 1960's style carry case along with a Two Tone 7" slipmat and an art card signed by Jerry Dammers.
TWO TONE RECORDS was created in 1979 by The Specials founder Jerry Dammers. The label spawned a youth movement and a number of well-known artists and singles through the its tenure including the aforementioned Specials with key singles ‘Gangsters’, the UK Number 1 singles ‘Too Much Too Young’ and ‘Ghost Town’. They also helped launch the careers of Madness with ‘The Prince’, The Beat with ‘Tears of A Clown’, The Selecter with ‘On My Radio’ and The Bodysnatchers with ‘Let’s Do Rock Steady’. The label ended its chart run of singles with ‘Nelson Mandela’ by The Special AKA.