Another Rhythm and Sound presentation from Bullwackies' golden year of 1982, this album offers fully-worked dubwise versions of tracks voiced elsewhere by such Wackies' luminaries as Max Romeo, Barrington Spence and Junior Delahaye. Only the treatment of Horace Andy’s Lonely Woman – from the original release of Dancehall Showcase – contains traces of a song. Alongside producer Lloyd Barnes himself of course, Junior Delahaye's contribution is crucial – on keyboards, drums and drum machine, and at the mixing desk. Likewise Leroy Sibbles, on bass guitar, bringing to the session three classic Heptones Studio One rhythms: Fight It To The Top, Love Won't Come Easy, and Sea Of Love. Vintage Wackies dub: all killers, no fillers.