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The Hax Nah Fatten No Roach Fe Fowl
Limber bubblers, with some nice, moody vibes-playing, and chewy reasoning from Carlton Lafters, in a Tenor Saw style and fashion.




Danny Hemsworth Mr Money Man
Dark, menacing and pained, wonderful Upsetters, and never more timely.



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.



Milton Henry Rastaman In Zion
R-r-r-rugged, sufferers roots, charged with Bullwackies — Half Moon vibes. Killer!



Milton Henry Follow Fashion
Deadly, hissing, dubwise treatment of the same Fever whip as Famine Time, with its own unique dub worth the price by itself. Sexist nonsense, mind.





Danny Henry African Gold
Heavyweight, Shaka-favoured, eighties UK roots, with the strong horns stretching out on the fiery dub.



Don Henry As Long As I Live
Sweet, uptempo rock steady from Henry Buckley, in 1968, with backing from The Gaylettes. A more rootsy, Biblical edge to the B-side, which was originally coupled with Roland Alphonso's How Soon.



C. Hewie Longtime Rasta Did A Waan You
Kris UK roots waaning from 1995. Knees-up, finger-wagging Shaka business.



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.