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    July 30, 2013, at 10:29 am

    A DanceCrasher shirt

    If you’re looking for Reggae themed T-Shirts but are not interested in ganja leaves and Bob Marley portraits then look no further. We’ve put together a series of T shirts that whilst hopefully not infringing anyone’s copyrights celebrates the golden age of Jamaican music in the 60’s and 70’s.

    Shirts tend to come in two prices – basic white no brand shirts are £15.00 each and colour shirts, branded American Apparel, are £20 each. There is currently a discount – £10 off if you spend £50 (enter the discount code TENOFFUK) this offer end on the 6th August.

    Mens and womens T-shirts are available and a few children’s ones too. We are currently selling to the UK and the rest of Europe, no sales to America or Australia at the present time – sorry.

    Please check the full range here.

    This design is taken from an original paper bag for Joe’s Record Centre from circa 1970.

    The Roaring Twenties is legendary as one of the first venues where you could hear Ska in London in the 60’s thanks to Count Suckle’s Sound System. This graphic is taken from an original advert for the venue.

    This design is taken from an original paper bag for R&B record’s (the shop behind Ska Beat, R&B, Giant and Jolly records).

    Representing the Tighten Up Crew, this shirt in several colours.

    The Muzik City design is taken from an original paper bag for the record shop chain.

    Speakers Corner – Celebrating sound system culture. Sound systems are speakers, amps etc. You’re not a sound if you don’t have these so don’t say you are! The graphic is adapted from an original photo of part of a speaker stack at the Notting Hill Carnival.

    Record Specialists – Kingston Jamaica. The premier record pressing plant in the 70’s. The design is as used on 7″ sleeves.

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