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Johnny Scar United Africa
Fine roots from 1986, with a dose of Burning Spear in the singing. Produced by the Blackheart Man, favoured by Shaka.



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.



Scion Success Young Africans
Tough, horny Jah Life rockers, perplexingly with the Mikey Jarrett / Channel One rhythm just recently revived by Digikiller, on the flip.



Scion Success Jah Is My Hero
A storming 1991 Jah Life, and a moody mid-80s Dub Irator by Jug Head, aptly named, missing his Joyce badly. (She's cleaned him out and fucked off to Miami.)




Scion Success Can't Wrong
Three chilled, heavy dubplates deployed by Junjo's Volcano and Hyman Wright's Jah Life soundsystems, back in the day, on John Holt's Chanting rhythm.




Scotty Penny For Your Song
Sweet David Scott rocksteady, revisiting his own recording with The Federals (alongside Junior Murvin).




Anthony Selassie Variety
Late-eighties Callo Collins production of the Youth Promotion cohort.



Shaumark And Robinson Weak Heart Feel It
Nice and knockabout… and a touch quaint. Unmistakably Upsetters.




Micah Shemiah And Pampi Judah Africa Here I Come
Class-A, higher-region, mid-tempo roots, with fine dubs, excellent melodica.




Carlton Shoe Forever
Heavy, gorgeous, black harmony killer from Carlton Manning (the Abyssinians' brother) for Cash And Carry, in the late-seventies, invoking Studio One days a decade earlier.