Two Techniques albums, from the start and the end of the ninteen-seventies.
The ace singer riding top-notch dub-showcase Roots Radics business from Maxfield Avenue in 1984… unlikely to stick around.
An object lesson in how to rock a dance. Imperious dancehall singjaying, from the classic Soundclash LP.
Johnny Osbourne, the Roots Radics, Junjo and Scientist getting dark and deadly, especially on the flip, Back Off Ring Craft.
Totally killer Jah Guidance twelve from 1982. Heavy, heavy Radics rhythm from Channel One, with burning horns and deadly Scientist effects. The great singer nails it through the heart. Two dubs. Knockout record.