Is there any "audiophile grade" Reggae out there on CD?

I'm starting to get back into Reggae after about a 30 year hiatus.  Please chime in. 
Love reggae. I particularly enjoyed Stick Figure's "Set in Stone" last year. Big full sound. I also think that some of Lucky Dube's later works like Tax Man sound pretty darn good. Of course it helps that Dube had the voice of an angel. And Ziggy sounds pretty good as well.
Can't help you on CD, but can give you a few on LP. 
Bob Marley's "Catch a Fire"   is a good place to start.

I have several Reggae-centric  compilations on CD I could suggest that provide very nice treats for any Reggae friendly audiophile.
I love Ziggy! 

Mapman, can you provide me with some of the names of those compilations please?  I know there's plenty out there, but i want the ones that sound good, of course.  :)
I suggest War Ina Babylon, Max Romeo and The Upsetters.  Great sounding on both LP and CD.  And a bonus, the music is some of the very best I have ever heard.  Great songs, great messages.  
Out Of Many:  50 years of Reggae Music
Putumayo presents:  World Reggae
Trojan Ska and Reggae Classics
Gregory Isaacs:  One Man against the World- Best Of
Freddie McGregor:  Jamaican Classics 2

High resolution digital downloads at PROSTUDIOMASTERS THAT you can play directjy or burn to a CD

If you have a blu-ray player, check out Bob Marley’s 30th Anniversary Edition of the Legend album on blu-ray audio. Nice touches and the best reggae I’ve heard in hi res. Only complaint is they used a different version of No Woman No Cry (studio vs live). 

For standard CD check out Lucky Dube and Burning Spear Live Zenith ‘88. Best live reggae concert ever! Sound is a 7/10. 
Recorded on Telarc label,great music, great sound, Monty Alexander and Ernest Ranglin

another one...other way around, Ernest Ranglin and Monty Alexander

the Skatalites...decent sound

ska, but nice....

Thanks, gentlemen.  Gonna get cracking on these.  
Midnite.  Youtube quality questionable, cd is good!!!

and agree, Burning Spear, Live in Paris 88, is one of the best live albums.  I have over 500 reggae cd's and albums and had a reggae show in Chicago.  Check out Midnite.  Great quality and music.
The Tuff Gong remasters of Bob Marley and the Wailers in the early 2000s are all pretty good.
The list is getting long!!!!!!  I like it!
The Harry J Allstars.
Peter Tosh
UB40  Brummie Reggae
Bad manners UK Ska
ja mon !,,,,

great list

i love Babylon by Bus for the live feel...but second Catch a fire, Legend and Exodus...

and of course Govt Mule..Mighty High is a woofer blowing hoot....
my profile photo is the album cover...
Agree with rpeluso on his War Ina Babylon recommendation. I bought that about 45 years ago! I would also recommend Funky Kingston by Toots and the Maytals. Great voice and excellent songs.
I don't know if they did it in CD as well but Island put out a box set of Bob Marley's first 11 records on vinyl that has been remastered and sounds very, very good. I recommend the LP version, one would need to check for CD issue 
Something a little different, here are two French reggae groups;
Spook and the Guay-ocho Rios

marcel et son orchestre
I'll have to check out the French stuff above.   I have a few Gregory Isaacs' that sound pretty good.   Kind of a hit or miss with this genre.  But I love it. 
I know most reggae is hard to come by in "audiophile" quality. 

Dennis Brown

It will help if you have a SACD player, too.

EDIT: Oooops, I just saw the price on amazon, maybe they have it elsewhere, too.
The Green, The Green
Fortunate Youth, State of Mind
Rebelution, live at Red Rocks
Tribal Seeds, The Harvest
Black Seeds, Into the Dojo
Iration Time Bomb
Stick Figure, State of Mind
Soja born in babylon
Fiji, Indigenous Life
Damian Marley, welcome to Jamrock
Ziggy Marley, Love is my Religion
Collie Buddz, Collie Buddz
Mighty Mystic, Wake of the mystic
Bo Napolian, Born and Raised
Luciano, Freedom Fighter
Katchafire Best so Far
J Boog, Backyard Boogie
Eli Mack, Dub Stop
Josh Hiendrichs , Satisfied 
Through the Roots, Take you There
Gyptian, Gyptian

Second votes for Stick Figure (Weight of Sound) and Rebelution Live at Red Rocks (their studio albums sound terrible,  but that live album is amazing.) 
Steel Pulse - Earth Crisis
Bob Marley & the Wailers -  Live At The Roxy
Peter Tosh Equal Rights is one of the best sounding Reggae albums of all time.
Steel Pulse - True Democracy
Linton Kwesi Johnson - pretty much anything
Burning Spear - Live (sounds like being at a real show if your speakers are big enough)
Early Lee Scrath Perry. Very cool stuff.
Alpha & Omega's "Poorman Style" is my jam right now. The whole album is solid but hat track is so great

Burning Spear's live version of "We Are Going"