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Macka B We've Had Enough
Tremendous, raging British protest music from 1987, when 'police murder Clinton McCurbin'; also memorializing Cherry Groce, Trevor Monerville, Cynthia Jarrett, Colin Roach 'the list is never-ending'.



Rasheda Only Jah Worthy
The 1993 Disciples stepper rinsed by Shaka.




The Renegades Knocking On My Door
The fledgling Wailing Souls, rocking steady but broken-hearted in 1966; backed with the perfect ska antidote, a previously-unreleased Hopeton Lewis pick-me-up.



The Tartans I'm Ready
Bumping rocksteady with a gospel, Toots flavour to the A; a little more booting rhythm and blues to the flip.



Hopeton Lewis Don't Cry
Flip it for A De Pon Dem. Rough!



Henry Buckley Thank You Girl
1966 rocksteady, elegantly heartfelt as Nat King Cole.



Hopeton Lewis Everybody Rocking
Rocksteady party bomb. First time out for the horns instrumental on the B.



Prince Allah Youthman In The Ghetto
A Freedom Sounds from 1978, with Scientist dishing out the dub.



Mighty Soul Rebels Jah Jah Is No Gimmick
Unreleased mixes of this early eighties heavyweight from the MSR label.




Triston Palma Entertainment
With Jah Thomas and Toyan and a Little John on the flip.




Patrick Andy Join Me
Great, heavyweight Channel One gone to ground upon its original NY release; backed with a nice Revolution excursion. Both with dubs.




I Roy Semi-Classical Natty Dread
On Enforcer's Ride On Marcus, with a previously unreleased dub.