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



Don Hickey Dancehall Rock
Mid-eighties productions from Conrod Green's Harmodio label.




Don Hickey Let Us Co-Operate
His first run-out on the rhythm he later cut for Chopper another Digikiller reissue.



John Holt Love And Understanding
Monster dubplate Mr Bassie. Holt-like-a-bolt and The Revolutionaries make it their own. Murder.



Hopeton Junior Reward
Awesome, dread cut of the mighty Worries In The Dance rhythm: deep-chilled, stripped, tooled... with its own dub.





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



I Roy Set The Captives Free
Irrepressible toasting, over a hurting Freddie McKay vocal and rocking, percussive rhythm, with a killer horns dub (from the Cancer LP).



I Roy Fire In A Wire
Roy Reid (a JA customs official) on the politics of national currencies, with a dub getaway to Ruritania from The General double.



Icho Candy Cool Down Sufferer
Top-notcho Icho from Tesfa McDonald's mixing-desk, early-80s. Winston is a Horace man, obviously. Here he is re-visiting Cat Stevens on Jack Ruby Sound: youtube.com/watch?v=B4PipAFfXZk



Jah I Maz Freedom Is A Must
A Bullwackies masterpiece haunted, reeling roots, saturated in hurt, confusion and resistance, with a knockout Baba Leslie-led dub announcing Digikiller's mouth-watering new tranche of reissues from the studio....



Jah Joe Dreadlocks Song
Joe Axumite chanting over hard, acidic, Wackies mysticism.



Jah Tuff Thriller In Manila
JT on the legendary fight; John Clark in a nostalgic mood, about an old friend. Both deejaying and singing are mixed in your face, over a nugget of vintage Wackies, gritty and unbalanced. Shimmy shimmy ya.