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Anthony Red Rose Electric Chair
A stinging, thumping, futuristic soundboy frightener, originally toted by JA producer Dennis ‘Star’ Hayles in 1989. 'Tempo' has mutated into shock treatment, controls set to vaporize all zinc pan.



Freddie McGregor Rasta Have Faith
An early Freddie over Niney's tough rhythm and genius production.



Naggo Morris Jah Guide
It's a shame this departs from the original twelve-inch format (on Joe Gibbs, for some reason), but... another Niney masterpiece, killer Heptone roots, any which way.



Alton Ellis Rhodesia
A late-seventies Keith Hudson production.





Frankie Wilmott I Won't Give Up 12
The twelve-inch, with a different dub.



King Kong He Was A Friend
A grieving 1988 tribute to Tenor Saw, this is the killer Kong. Driving, hard, haunted and sombre, with nervous, grubbing synths and ringing claps, and a lethal bass-line — a stone classic.



Michael Rose Observe Life
Raw, stripped, auratic, Black Ark funk — the Final Weapon rhythm as Zen tutelage, no doubt inspired by Niney, with signature cowbell, scrubby guitar, bass bubbling in the pocket, The Upsetter mixing on the spot.








Frankie Wilmott I Won't Give Up
Great soulful digi, heavy and spare, from Jah Life in New York, via the Music House dubplates facility in London. The original seven was faulty, so this is about time.