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Peter Tosh Anti-Apartheid
The Stepping Razor's inspired melodica cut of Armagideon has the dreadest atmosphere of the lot.




Johnny Osbourne Reality
The ace singer riding top-notch dub-showcase Roots Radics business from Maxfield Avenue in 1984... unlikely to stick around.



Philip Myers Getho Struggle
Deadly digi sufferers, arranged by Noel Davy from King Tubbys. A one-off on Daniel Senior's label, originally out in 1985, right on the cusp of the Sleng Teng revolution; finely reissued by Digikiller. A must.





Glen Adams She's So Fine
A beautiful rock steady vocal from the multi-talented Adams. This in-demand cut comes complete with added harmonies missing from the better known version. With a Val Bennett of the same tune.



Slim Smith Let's Get Together
Deeply soulful rock steady singing by the peerless Slim Smith, with an upbeat Webber Sisters on the flip. Bunny Lee productions, re-presented on heavy vinyl, in picture sleeves.



Carol Kalphat African Land
Monster Prince Far-I business.
Sweet, heavy roots.



Rod Taylor Lonely Girl
Different mixes to the Basic Replay.



Mala Sinners
The brooding killer, back in. Featuring Johnny Clarke and all the more lethal for laying bare (and pushing forward) dubstep's debt to Rhythm And Sound. With a nasty Coki on the flip.



Bunny Wailer Amagideon
Heavyweight, apocalyptic Bunny, with a burial b-line, burning horns, masterful dub. By a mile the best thing on Blackheart Man and in its full glory here, and beautifully presented by Dub Store in Tokyo.




Bunny Wailer Rule Dancehall
The finest of his dancehall interventions with the Roots Radics, as the eighties progressed. This is taut and simple, tough and atmospheric, triumphant.



Bunny Wailer Bide Up
Beautiful sufferers music, so fluent in feeling, concern and hurt with an inspired Big Youth. Way deeper than the Blackheart Man version.