Just after the first wave of the skinhead phenomenon died down in the UK, the suedehead thing started to come around, grooving to a new era of Jamaican R&B. Like other sets in this budget series, Trojan's packed a fat bunch of numbers into a very nicely priced set, with 48 numbers in all, including the Heptones "Meaning Of Life", the Kingstonians "Lion's Den", Lee Perry & The Upsetters "Jungle Lion", Dennis Brown
"Silhouettes", Horace Andy "Don't Try To Use Me", the Upsetters "Sunshine Showdown" and "Bucky Skank", Shorty The President "Mash Up The Resident", Big Youth "Foreman Vs Frazier" and "Dock Of The Bay", Delroy Wilson "Here Come The Heartaches", Dave Barker "Hot Line", Dennis
Alcapone "Musical Liquidator", John Holt 'Reggae From The Ghetto", Errol Brown
& The Chosen Few "People Make The World Go 'Round", Winston Groovy "Nose For Trouble", Zap Pow "Lottery Spin", Dave & Ansel Collins "Karate" aand Jimmy Shondell "Snake In The Grass".
(Out of print, outer case has some light edgewear.)