Tha Subliminal Kid leaves the pseudo-intellectual business behind and comes correct with a tight and right mix of bad, bold licks! Spooky takes a turn at his Jamaican heritage with this sweet double disc set, featuring one disc of mixed tracks, and a second with the tracks left all to their own. The mixed set covers all flavors of Jamaican music, from heavy roots, to unstoppable dancehall tracks, deep dubs, easy lovers rock and snapping rock steady cuts, while the unmixed disc pulls out an extra nice selection of entirely different numbers than the mix, but hitting all points too! 72 numbers in all, the first disc includes "Woman Of The Ghetto" by Phyllis Dillon, "Green Onions" by Byron Lee & The Dragonaires, "Deep River" by Aston Family Man Barrett, "Rough Rider" by Lloydie & The Lowbites, "Drum Rock" by the Upsetters, "Jah Jah Me No Born Yah" by Cornell Campbell, "Lock Jaw" by Dave Barker, "I'm Going Down For The Last Time" by the Chosen Few, "Out Of Order Dub" by Prince Jammy & The Aggrovator, "Wolf In Sheeps Clothing" by Big Youth, "King Tubby Meets Rockers Uptown" by Augustus Pablo, "Lambs Bread Herb" by Tommy McCook, "Garvey Mead Dub" by the Blackbeard All Stars and "Awesome Dub" by King Tubby & the African Brothers, plus "Sit Dung Pon De Wall" by Mutabaruka
, "Melody Maker" by Keith Hudson, "Three Piece Suit & Thing" by Trinity, "Ain't No Sunshine" by Horace Andy, "Black Panta" by the Upsetters, "Dub Of The Traveller" by Scientist, "Children At Play" by Marcia Griffiths, "One Armed Boxer" by Lee Perry and "Dread On The Mountain top" by Tappa Zukie on the unmixed disc, plus lots, lots more!
(Out of print.)