Augustus Pablo

Few individuals influenced the sound of Jamaican music to a greater extent than session player-turned-producer, Augustus Pablo.

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May Competition

It's competition time once again and this May, with three lucky entrants set to win an extremely rare Trojan test pressing each!

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Earl Gateshead - This Is Trojan Spotify Playlist Take Over

Following the visit of long standing Trojan supporter and major DJ talent, Earl Gateshead a couple of months ago, the popular enigmatic DJ is take over the This Is Trojan spotify playlist throughout the month of May

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New Classic Trojan Album Range Launched

A new series of classic Trojan albums is to be launched this June

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Monkey Business 7" Vinyl Box - Now Out!

In response to public demand, we are proud to present the ‘Monkey Business 7" Vinyl Box Set’ LP, a 10 7" vinyl collection comprising 20 of the biggest tracks from the late sixties and early seventies.

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New Releases By The Pioneers & Dandy Livingstone

Two of reggae music's biggest stars from the sixties and seventies provide the focus of the latest releases in Trojan's 'Legends' series

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Spirit Of 69 Box Set - New Pressings Available From 26th May!

Within days of its release, copies of the long awaited Spirit Of 69 box set had sold out, but a further 1000 copies have been produced and will available from the end of May.

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3 New Trojan Legends CDs Out Now

The Trojan Legends range geot back in full swing in February, with the release a trio of CD collections highlighting work of Jamaican hitmaker Gregory Isaacs, the legendary Skatalites and the inimitable Judge Dread.

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A Boss Record Store Day

This Record Store Day saw the release of a limited edition Trojan 7", featuring two gems from the vaults of the legenadry Treasure Isle catalogue. plus a special edition of the greatest skinhead reggae album of all time.

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Trojan Marches On!

The coming of spring heralds two brand new vinyl album compilations guaranteed to satisfy even the most demanding of reggae fans.

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