Trojan breaks into the digital era vault and pulls together a sweet little document filled with pure heat, all seminal numbers that heralded a revolution in reggae! With Jammy's Casio-driven rhythm, Wayne Smith blasted dancehalls and forecast the shape of things to come with the first genuine digital scorcher, "Under Mi Sleng Teng", and that's just the beginning for this set! 40 essential tracks of modern Jamaican badness, mostly choice dancehall tracks, but some modern roots and lovers too! Includes "Rub A Dub Soldier" by Paul Blake & the Bloodfire Posse, "Herbman Hustling" and "Rub A Dub Sound" by Sugar Minott, "Briggy Dip" by Tiger, "Cover Me" by Ninjaman & Tinga Stewart, "Big Belly Man", "Kill Them With It" and "Jump Up" by Admiral Bailey, "Lazy Body" by Sophia George, "Mass Out" by Pinchers, "Sweet Reggae Music", "Mek Dem Come" and "Ready Done" by Nitty Gritty, "Fit Yu Haffi Fit" by Black Uhuru
, "Pumpkin Belly" by Tenor Saw, "Zig It Up" by Ninjaman & Flourgon, "Rebel Girl" by Robert Ffrench, "Alphabet Stylee" by Papa San, and "Ugly Gal" by Nicodemus, plus loads more!
(Out of print.)