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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.



Devon Russell Rat And Bat
An unnerving ride on Yabby You's almighty Conquering Lion rhythm a darkly atmospheric tale of pestilence and the dark arts, our kind of Christmas Carol. Crowning a great year for Digikiller, this is essential.



Devon Russell Famine Time
Anguished, ill, millenialist setting of The Upsetter's killer Fever rhythm. Perry has to take the credit, but this is another scorcher.



Milton Henry Follow Fashion
Deadly, hissing, dubwise treatment of the same Fever whip as Famine Time, with its own unique dub worth the price by itself. Sexist nonsense, mind.



Forces That's Not Right
Top, politically trenchant, close-harmony roots from the start of the eighties, originally on Alphonso Bailey's Free Slaves imprint.



Bobby Ellis Tension
Tuff, burning-horns, instrumental militancy with a dose of the Channel Ones, and a very nice, woozy dub.



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



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





Ghetto Connection Strugglers Time
Mellow sufferers' out originally in 1979 on the Strugglers and Jah Life labels, in JA and NY.



Prince Junior Girl For All Seasons
Nice, chunky lovers self-produced around 1980.