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King Kong Agony And Pain
Celebrated late-eighties soundboy business another of his very best, revived at last.



Montgomery Sensimela
Ace, quirky one-away effervescent singing on a bubbling rhythm, with ticking drums and deft keyboard interjections.



Mikey General Walker John
Heavy mid-eighties Maxfield Avenue sound. The flip is a sound-system tooling of Stalag, complete with rewind and sick synths. With the dubs for both.



King Kong Come Down
Highly recommended previously unreleased digi fire from the same sessions and mould as He Was A Friend.



Flick Wilson Ready Fe Dem
In fine voice on a punchy, dubwise rhythm maybe the Gifted Roots Band from the mid-eighties.






Joe Higgs Life Of Contradiction
There are a couple of Studio Ones, and Creation for Half Moon, and Wave Of War but this is his album masterpiece. What a voice!



Dennis Brown Give A Helping Hand
Dennis Emmanuel Brown on the astounding Sir Niney's Rock, with a devastating, vicious Tubbys. A bit off-centre; easily sorted by hand. Hotter fire from the flashing sword of Zorro. Breathtaking reggae genius.




Cornell Campbell Bandulo
A stern warning to all badmen, on the heavy Late Night Blues rhythm.




Hugh Brown Guide And Protect
Well turned-out Mr Bassie excursion, with lead vocals, deejaying and chorus, dub-wise.