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



Scion Success Settle Them A Settle
Feel the ride, rudeboy. A tough version excursion over two Digikiller twelves — five vocal cuts, two different dubs — with this crucial Madoo out here for the first time.



Gregory Isaacs / Ken Boothe Dealing / Memories
Coupled with Ken Boothe, Memories. Double-barrelled digital onslaughts from Niney The Observer — the Dealing rhythm is aka Power-Saw, not for nothing — and both vocalists are inspired.



Milton Henry Who Do You Think I Am?
Milton Henry’s handful of classics — like his version of Gypsy Woman, or This World and Follow Fashion over the Upsetter’s Fever rhythm (under the handle King Medious) — made him a natural Wackies’ recruit.



White Mice White Mice
Recording at King Jammy’s and Channel One in the late 80s, with Junior Delgado at the controls, Mice let off a series of records amongst the very deadliest of digital reggae.



Lacksley Castell Morning Glory
His brilliant 1982 album debut — recorded at Tuff Gong and Channel One — including Government Man.



Lacksley Castell Princess Lady
His second album, recorded at Aquarius. If you like Hugh Mundell, got to give the youthman a chance.



Paul St. Hilaire ADSOM (A Divine State Of Mind)
Tikiman as instrumentalist, singer and producer, laying back in both analogue and digital settings.



Yabby You Deliver Me From My Enemies (Plus)
Classic 1977 album reissued with seven extra tracks, including various twelves (Trinity's Jah Vengeance and Free Africa amongst them) and a couple of Jammys dubplate exclusives.







Mike Brooks Night Raver
London calling, from 1981. Originally 'Night Ravia', on the JA label Coptic Lion.