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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.



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...



Wayne Smith Dancing Machine
Two more Tashas tough rhythms, with killer synths. The dubs carry the swing.




Suru Board Serious Thing
1987 digi typhoon from Tuff Gong, and the production team of Denzel Bowford and Trevor Bow, heavy-bolt crossbow of Hope Road.



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.





Tony Tuff Dance In The Area
Another Chanting excursion, with its own version, previously out as a rare EIS ten from NY.



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.