The one-and-only JM denouncing international politrix over an expert, fresh, live-digi rhythm — brittle and spare, but choca with deft touches.
Check the dub: serious, top-notch, wide-screen, mid-eighties reggae from Delroy Wright’s operation. Junior Reid is reaching a bit, though at the top of his game.
Deadly discomix debut of Black Uhuru’s Dread In The Mountain; backed with a Little John also known as Praising His Majesty — Shaka fire from Junjo, on the same rhythm as Hell A Go Pop.
Fantastic, drunk-as-a-skunk Lee Perry productions.
The Radics at Channel One; mixed at Tubby’s by Scientist. The title track is the business.