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Trinity
Vampire

IROKO

Trinity's best record, from 1978. On a steppers Love Without Feeling dub-wise, clattering drums, blurting bass he chants himself into a lather about some bloke 'calling people roach'. Errol Scorcher?



Winston Jarrett Man Of The Ghetto
The 1977 Sonic Sounds with Sly and Robbie, Sticky and Scully, Ansel Collins... and an ace horn section in full effect: Vin Gordon, Bobby Ellis, Tommy McCook, Herman Maquis, Dirty Harry.




Lucan Scissors Music Family
1990 digi killer by Leicester's finest, originally out on the Japanese Tachyon label run by Bullwackies cohort Sonny Ochiai. Classic.



Lucan Scissors Nuh Easy At All
Terrific follow-up to Music Family, from Dave 'Lucan I' Smith. Leicester-Tokyo-Kingston sufferers, come dancehall anthem. Sonny 'Sebwackie' Ochiai keeps the rhythm bubbling.



Linval Thompson Hills
'Where you want to live? We don't no one come chuck I around. We want to live where no Babylon can walk through.' Tell them, Scientist. Electrocute them, Steelie. Yearning, heavyweight murder.




Enos McLeod Sufferer's Prayer
The Joe Gibbs bouncer gives it up on this mighty rhythm. (Also check BB Seaton's Conscious Minds on Soul Beat Hotter The Battle and Pablo In Red.)



The Righteous Flames Ride On Natty
Winston Jarrett fronting a characteristically rugged, deep-funk Family Man rhythm.






Carlton Coffie Chant Away
Marley-styled, mystical roots anthem. The Inner Circle singer's finest moment.





Dennis Peart Mouth Of The Wicked
Sweet, sweet sufferers on Tommy McCook's lovely Schenectady's Shock rhythm, featuring Augustus Pablo on glockenspiel. ('Shock probation' is an alternative to prison in Schenectady County, New York.)



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