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A Sly And Robbie rhythm for a Channel One pass-the-mic.

Two cuts from the sessions which produced that great showdown album with Patrick Andy. The second runs the same ace rhythm as Barry Brown’s Over Me.

Heavy, sombre, Channel One murder.

Rootical soundboy tune from Channel One.

With a Sister Nancy.

Three heavy Barry Browns just in from Digikiller. Flabba Holt productions, with the Roots Radics.

Brilliant Barry Brown, but the real killer is on the flip: Angela Prince’s Joker Lover. Mournful, devastating, super-heavy lovers.

Heavy, early-eighties dubplate action, from the Little John Showdown sessions. Straight to the head of that recent, tacky bootleg.

The rhythm tracks are essential dubwise Channel One. Inimitable singing too. Little John sounds like a guy in a Tunes ad, blocked for real.

Excellent, early-eighties, previously-unreleased Channel One chiller-killer. Signature, laconic,  hypnotic dub.

Upbeat, vivid Drifter excursion.

Roots Radics, Scientist business.

Previously on dubplate only, this legendary UK soundsystem weapon was produced by Sly And Robbie at Maxfield Avenue in the early eighties, with (perhaps) the Mighty Travellers at the microphone. Pure murder.

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