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The Invaders Heaven And Earth
The Greenwich Farm and Trenchtown youth return ineffably to the Conquering Lion rhythm for their own label, with a much fuller sound than the Ujamas. Fab.



The Invaders You Touch My Soul
Gotta be the Sound Dimension — Mittoo, Vin Gordon on deadly form — behind the sublime harmonizing. Sir D moves over for Sir C, who ups the guitar and vocals, keeping things more clean and tidy than usual.



The Invaders Story Of Love
Sweetly formal, early-seventies doowop-reggae-soul, with lovely harmonies and organ, backed with a shark-attack rootical deejay cut in Amharic.



The Invaders After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)
Nice gospelized harmonies… with a touch of The Lecture to the flip-side sufferers.



The Mighty Abidjans Don't Change The System
The great Untamed rhythm blighted by lame lyrics. Criss, straight percussion-and-bass version.



Thriller Too Much Racket
Karat Jarrett re-running Scion Success' Young Africans: reality vibes from a young Thriller, heavy lovers from Wayne Jarrett. Both sides dubwise; all music previously unreleased. Royal Channel One lineaments.



Tony Tuff Dance In The Area
Another Chanting excursion, with its own version, previously out as a rare EIS ten from NY.



Tony Tuff Separation
The A was a Shaka dubplate special; the flip versions Truths And Rights, and was a Jahlove special. First time out for these monsters.



Uplifters Gallas Trap
Sublime, spare, haunting and mystical like a killer Viceroys, with blazing horns and crafted dub. Early-eighties one-away from Barry Bailey's Brooklyn imprint, via Channel One.



Wailing Souls Very Well
Utterly magnificent roots masterpiece, with extended dub.



Kevin 'Skie' Warrington It A Road Block
A heavy Channel One rhythm from the mid-80s, voiced in New York, produced by Mikey Jarrett.



Wayne Smith Dancing Machine
Two more Tashas — tough rhythms, with killer synths. The dubs carry the swing.



KC White Selasi I
Sweet mellow roots from the man named after Kingston College, with some total classics under his belt from JA — No No No, Anywhere But Nowhere — before becoming a Wackies stalwart in NYC.




Ernest Wilson I Know Myself
Monumental tune... with three different dubs.