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Vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. First time available on vinyl since 1982. Psychotic Jonkanoo was the sixth Creation Rebel album in three years, originally licensed to the post-punk oriented Glaswegian label Statik. Another solid set of killer dub, albeit less instrumentally inclined than their previous efforts and more focussed on militant-style conscious chants. Bandleader Crucial Tony was aided on the vocal front by harmonies from other group members, in a style reminiscent of Black Uhuru, plus the occasional guest such as John Lydon of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited providing backing harmony (!) on "Mother Don't Cry", and the legendary Deadly Headley Bennett adding saxophone to the opening track.
Vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. First time available on vinyl since 1982. Psychotic Jonkanoo was the sixth Creation Rebel album in three years, originally licensed to the post-punk oriented Glaswegian label Statik. Another solid set of killer dub, albeit less instrumentally inclined than their previous efforts and more focussed on militant-style conscious chants. Bandleader Crucial Tony was aided on the vocal front by harmonies from other group members, in a style reminiscent of Black Uhuru, plus the occasional guest such as John Lydon of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited providing backing harmony (!) on "Mother Don't Cry", and the legendary Deadly Headley Bennett adding saxophone to the opening track.
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Creation Rebel - Psychotic Jonkanoo [Download Included]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ON-U SOUND
Rel. Date: 03/29/2024
UPC: 5060263727224

Psychotic Jonkanoo [Download Included]
Artist: Creation Rebel
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Includes digital download. First time available on vinyl since 1982. Psychotic Jonkanoo was the sixth Creation Rebel album in three years, originally licensed to the post-punk oriented Glaswegian label Statik. Another solid set of killer dub, albeit less instrumentally inclined than their previous efforts and more focussed on militant-style conscious chants. Bandleader Crucial Tony was aided on the vocal front by harmonies from other group members, in a style reminiscent of Black Uhuru, plus the occasional guest such as John Lydon of the Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited providing backing harmony (!) on "Mother Don't Cry", and the legendary Deadly Headley Bennett adding saxophone to the opening track.
        
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