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Boomkat Product Review:
Post-punk archivists par excellence LTM this time shed light on an all-time British reggae classic. This edition features both sides of the Manchester troupe's debut 12", which was originally released on Tony Wilson's Factory (Fac 11), plus seven tracks recorded in 1980 as demos for a Factory LP that never came to pass, and also 'Underwater Dance', taken from a '92 white label 12" released by drummer Leddy under the name Subsonique & Rico. Existing fans of the group and Bovell nuts won't need any further inducement to press the buy button, but for the uninitiated suffice to say it doesn't get much better than this - with sweet vocals conveying a uniquely English brand of sufferance buttressed by immaculately dubbed percussion and poison-dart bass. It's just a killer sound, as primed for soundsystem delivery as the day it was made, and lyrically compelling with it. Get to know if you don't already.