Boomkat Product Review:
Presaging the repressing of Horace's "Dance Hall Style" (we hope), this is Horace from around 1982, riding an ultra bass heavy recut of "Cuss Cuss", with vocal reprises on the "Money as the root of all evil" theme. Sleepy just sounds so immense on this, its with trepidation when you come to flip to the second piece, but Al Moodie's impassioned vocal seems to span the divide between seventies roots and more dancehall based ragamuffin styles of the early to mid eighties effortlessly. The riddim if anything seems even heavier here, and if you were to hear it with all vocals removed you'll see why the Rhythm and Sound crew love the Bullwackies Sound so. Big tunes.