The Silvertones / SILVER BULLETS


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Superior Viaduct sublabel Antarctica Starts Here presents the first widely available release of The SIlvertones’ ‘Silver Bullets’ as part of an archival series that focuses on Trojan’s essential ’60s and ’70s catalogue.




Originally released in 1973, The Silvertones’ debut Silver Bullets was recorded at Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Black Ark studio with vocal tracks captured at King Tubby’s Dromilly Avenue studio in a marathon, all-night session.

While firmly planted in roots reggae, Silver Bullets’ dense harmonies and relaxed vibe harken back to rocksteady. The album marks an interesting point in Jamaican music where the past and the future are visible in the grooves of a single LP — from classic rocksteady-tinged love songs like ‘That’s When It Hurts’ and ‘Rock Me In Your Soul’ to the Rasta anthem ‘Rejoice Jah Jah Children.

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