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The Invaders Heaven And Earth
The Greenwich Farm and Trenchtown youth return ineffably to the Conquering Lion rhythm for their own label, with a much fuller sound than the Ujamas. Fab.



The Invaders You Touch My Soul
Gotta be the Sound Dimension — Mittoo, Vin Gordon on deadly form — behind the sublime harmonizing. Sir D moves over for Sir C, who ups the guitar and vocals, keeping things more clean and tidy than usual.



The Invaders Story Of Love
Sweetly formal, early-seventies doowop-reggae-soul, with lovely harmonies and organ, backed with a shark-attack rootical deejay cut in Amharic.



The Invaders After A Storm (Beyond That Dark Cloud)
Nice gospelized harmonies… with a touch of The Lecture to the flip-side sufferers.




The Itals Ba Da Doo Ba Dey
A tight, funky Rupie Edwards — with a great, rare I-Roy on the flip.



The Jays And Ranking Trevor Queen Majesty
The Treasure Isle evergreen — irresistible toasting.




The Mighty Abidjans Untamed
Defiant, sublime roots on a dreadnought rhythm, with full dub. Jaiq Sterling, Leonard Billings, Kingsley Irons and Glenford McLeggan with the Roots Radics at Channel One, in the early 1980s. Killer.



The Mighty Abidjans Don't Change The System
The great Untamed rhythm blighted by lame lyrics. Criss, straight percussion-and-bass version.



The Mystic Forward With Jah Orthodox
Magnicent thumping roots with some startling effects late on.




The Purplelites The Pressure Is On
Beautiful sufferers; with the great Alcapone hyping his own sound system on the flip, over You Don't Care.




The Three Tops Man Of Chances
Heart-melting, close-harmony rocksteady — a dapper mixture of naivety and self-determination, beautifully expressed — previously extremely hard to find on blue UK Coxsone. Flip's a winner, too.