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Coxsone — ‘At that time they were really my top group. Important because they had a beautiful sound, a sound of their own, their harmony was always strong.’

Earl Morgan — ‘the big break come when they release Fattie Fattie. They ban it on the radio but it was a number one seller.’

Some deadly Niney here, like Through The Fire I Come.

Essential Upsetters, from 1976 — a searing mix of soul, existentialism and revolutionism, sublimely executed.

At Channel One in 1979; Naggo Morris up front.

Brilliant, indomitable cover of The Temptations, still charged. On the other side, You Turned Away is soulful and dramatic… Vintage Heptones.