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Still Cool To Be Poor Is A Crime
Sweetly rocking sufferers, UK lovers-style. Classic.

Bob Skeng African Children
Deep roots originally issued on an obscure Jah Lion UK twelve, credited to Desmond Craig. On the flip, the melodica-led instrumental Jack The Ripper should have had Augustus Pablo checking his pockets.

Don Hickey Cooperate
Late-80s digi, with a rhythm inspired by Billie Jean, and vocals cribbing Black Uhuru.

Bobby Melody Original Melody
Recorded at Channel One by the Black Roots Band a version of the studio's Fight Fight rhythm.

Bobby Soul God Is Love
Dreadnought roots. If you're picky or skint, this is the crucial bunny of the two, with a sweet vocal, and rough dubbing, a bone to boot.

Bobby Soul Message From The Congo
Deejay cut, a little garrulous but who cares, and with its own version.

Naphtali Hole Up Your Hand
Brilliant, icy, rude-boy minimalism, ticking and clopping out of the Vibes Sounds studio in Mayville Road, Leytonstone, East London, in 1987. Blacka at the controls, Jah Warrior the apprentice dentist.

Hey-O-Hansen We So Horny
Rocking, knockabout, dubwise 'pleasure riddims' from Austria, to run alongside Jahtari.