Four songs and their dubs — slotting in lovers, bubblers and rockers, and well-charge dub, with great playing and Sugar brilliantly focussed throughout — which originally appeared in 1983 as a picture-sleeved ten-inch on the singer’s Black Roots imprint. 'Everyone played Informer, all the sounds,' recalls Rae Cheddie, who remembers selling more than five hundred copies straight from the Wackies office in Soho, London. 'It was international — a couple of boxes went to Japan, some to Mad Robbie at Fotofon...' 'Special dedication to all dancehall fans', it says on the label.