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Frankie Paul That Love
Great early-eighties Channel 1 excursion on the same version of DEB's Revolution rhythm as Barrington Levy's Black Rose.



Hopeton Junior Reward
Awesome, dread cut of the mighty Worries In The Dance rhythm: deep-chilled, stripped, tooled... with its own dub.



Little John False News
Terrific, rare Fight Fight excursion about doing a sho-w in Toronto-w, with tough freaking synths.



Leroy Smart Love Me Tonight
Leroy Smart on tough, mid-tempo Channel One is a hard act to follow... but female deejay Super Chick steals the show on the flip, smashing Fight Fight. Murder.



Courtney Peddlar Jah Love
Heartfelt, blessed early-eighties Maxfield Avenue roots, in short supply from the off. Pressed from the original stamper, Digikiller-style: a few clicks at the start can't test rudie.




Clarence Parks Things A Come Up To Bump
Tremendous, transformative interpretation of the Bassies at Studio One mournful, trenchant, rocking, heavy, dubwise, bad.



Leroy Smart Oh Marcus
Storming seventies Channel One rhythm with the same kind of militant double-time drumming as Gregory's Mr Know It All. Mr Smart sings his heart out. Like the I Roy, on seven here for the first time.



John Holt Love And Understanding
Monster dubplate Mr Bassie. Holt-like-a-bolt and The Revolutionaries make it their own. Murder.






Barry Brown No No No
Heavy, early-eighties dubplate action, from the Little John Showdown sessions. Straight to the head of that recent, tacky bootleg.



Patrick Andy Don't Worry Yourself
Killer Channel One drums and bass, horns and organ stripped right back, just perfect, with ace singing, spare arrangement, chilled production. Posse Form A Line and Joker Lover excursions. Dubs, too. Lovely stuff...



McWoner Nuh Fire It
Profoundly serious and intense, spiritual yet engaged, with tersely imperious musicianship and dubbing, both sides are total knockouts. Pop-a-top Channel 1 to rock your soul, whatever you're into.