A pair of near-lost albums – back to back, with bonus tracks too! The core album Rockers From The Land Of Reggae is a fantastic set from a very righteous group – Imojah, whose name means "unity" in Swahili, and who definitely work here with such a groove! The album's got a perfect blend of rockers energy and deeper dubby sensibilities – very complex in construction, but coming across with this beautifully organic blend of soulful vocals, head-nodding rhythms, and sublime studio abstraction! Winston McKenzie and Philllip Fulwood put the whole thing together, with Fulwood's vocals in the lead on most numbers – and titles include "I've Been Hurt", "No Love", "Weepin & Wailing", "Peace & Love", "Jah Love", and "One Song/
Jah Music". CD also features the album Words In Dub – a spare spinoff from the Imojah album – served up here with some fantastic studio touches from Phillip Fullwood of that group! The album's even headier and dubbier than its core inspiration – almost as if Fullwood's going back in the laboratory, and continuing some experiments with even wilder results the second time around! The knowledge and wisdom of the lyrics are lost a bit in the dub-heavy presentation, but are more than made up for by the very strong sound. Titles include "Reorganize The Race", "Muzorewa & Yusuluke", "Terror", "Africa Rock", and "Words". Bonus tracks include 7" mixes of "I Gave You My Word (version)", "I Gave You My Word", "Love Everyone", and "Love Everyone (version)" – plus "I've Been Hurt (12" mix)" and "Happiness (12" mix)".
(Front cover has a light slice mark.)