Boomkat Product Review:
**Centre labels on some copies may be mis-printed** Soul Jazz's Stuart Baker cherry picks the second volume of '...Mysteron Killer Sounds', culling a clutch of Digital wickedness from King Tubby, Firehouse Crew, Jammys, South Rakkas Crew, Fat Eyes and many more. In contrast with Kevin Martin's selection on volume 1, certified expert Stuart draws for the weirder, wilder and more shocking end of the post '85 Jamacian Dancehall spectrum with some genuine nuggets to be found. King Tubby's 'Fat Thing' is one of the earliest computerised riddims on display. Tracing it's influence on a whole generation of producers we find incredible, anomalous cuts like Fat Eye's acid burner 'Clothes Pin Rhythm', the stunning electro-disco bogle of Steven Ventura 4 Kings Of Kings' 'Throw Your Hands Up Version', South Rakkas Crew's 'Red Alert', and Jammys' 'Peenie Peenie' riddim, plus some original nutters like Computer Paul's World Talk' or Henfield And Shadowman's snake-psyching 'Babatunde'. There's twenty tunes in all, and if you're not one of those dusty-fingered diggers who spends half their life with a stack of tattered 7"s in your hands, then this should be considered a crucial entry to the amazing (and decidedly tapped) world of real, raw, digital Jamaican Dancehall. This volume includes a fold-out poster, and tunes pressed on super-heavy, super-loud vinyl, housed in deluxe gatefold edition. Electrifying music. Highly recommended!