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Boomkat Product Review:
"In the North Bronx, straight up White Plains Road, as far as you can go, past Tad's, and Brad's. and Moodies - as far uptown as you can go, is City Line. This is Bullwackies country" as the cover aptly puts it. Around 1980, London-based Bullwackies fan Ed Brennan circulated amongst his friends a homemade cassette of his own favourite Wackies productions. In turn, Lloyd Barnes made his own selection from this Pirate's Choice - adding several debut cuts, but retaining Ed's title and much of his artwork, yet omitting the barcode which he had snipped from a can of drink!. Like the Coxsone re-appropriation, this makes for a superlative compilation. Lloyd Barnes trumps Ed Brennan throughout, kicking off with a stone killer one-off rhythm from the vaults, featuring Bobby Sarkie of The Immortals, following up with Barrington Spence's previously unreleased anthemic 'Rockers Time', the singjay version of Joy Card's Black Girl (originally on 12"). Other highlights include Clive Hunt's reading of Wayne Jarrett's Darling Your Eyes, Joe 'No Equal Rights In A Babylon' Auxumite's interpretation of New Sensation (by Wackies songwriting regular Andrew McCalla), and Sugar Minott singing beautifully over an exclusive horns mix of his Sometime Girl 12". Fantastic rarities drawn 'From over 150 singles and 20 albums these 10 extracts are showing you the quality and range of Jah Reggae music'. Word to that, another master-class from Bullwackies.