Help me fill a reggae dub vinyl gap

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Hans Lucas
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Help me fill a reggae dub vinyl gap

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My knowledge of who is who in this genre is pretty mediocre at best. That said, I love listening to it and hearing its influence on other genres.

Say you had $150-$200 USD budget to fill in at that gap of reggae dub on vinyl, what would you with and why? New, used, LPs, 45s, whatever combo works. What would you get in that budget if you were starting from scratch? (pun intended)
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Over a decade ago a discussion took place on this message board about this very topic. Some input from me inevitably. Lots of excellent suggestions here…

https://spiritualized.band/viewtopic.php?t=9580

(Made me smile to see a post from Muscles there too)
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Anything backed by the Roots Radics band, produced by Junjo Lawes and mixed by Scientist.

Arguably the last "true" application of the form.
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Thank you both! Cheers!
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