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I Roy Fire In A Wire
Roy Reid (a JA customs official) on the politics of national currencies, with a dub getaway to Ruritania from The General double.



Horace Martin Bad Boys
Horace 'Lawyer' Martin's next version to his own Me Rule classic. Produced by Winston 'Prince Huntley' Dakin, taking time out from his Modernize Printery, around the corner from Channel One.



Douglas Boothe Holy Mt. Zion
Another Me Rule excursion, with its own dub.



Barry Brown Land Of The Living
Tough, early '80s Barry breathing hard, with a dose of the Johnny Clarkes self-produced by the late singer and his wife Lisa, for their own Snowbird label.




The Revolutionaries Full Charge Revival Dub
Classic! Evergreen Channel 1 rhythms dubbed to perfection. Re-cut straight from the original master tapes, in hand-silkscreened two-colour jackets, just like the JA original.



Trevor Byfield Love Me Version
Our nomination for the heaviest dub of all time... When the Rootical Dubber had a go at reissuing this group of records, many years ago, we remember him saying this one was just too awesome to contemplate.



Clive Matthews Apology
On the great Love Me rhythm, but with a message seemingly drawn from later in the relationship, and a different dub.



Trevor Byfield Burning Bush
Heavy roots; thumping dub. Turns out that Moses was being discreet.



Enforcer Pension
First time out for both sides, including dubs.



Enforcer Bad Boy
A key Enforcer with two different dubs, and an impassioned, previously-unreleased Little Roy piece.



Uplifters Gallas Trap
Sublime, spare, haunting and mystical like a killer Viceroys, with blazing horns and crafted dub. Early-eighties one-away from Barry Bailey's Brooklyn imprint, via Channel One.



Patrick Andy Join Me
Great, heavyweight Channel One gone to ground upon its original NY release; backed with a nice Revolution excursion. Both with dubs.




I Roy Semi-Classical Natty Dread
On Enforcer's Ride On Marcus, with a previously unreleased dub.