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Boomkat Product Review:
Originally hailing from 1981, Wackies have chosen to end an amazing year of regeneration with this long lost, utterly genius example of rubbadub deejaying style, across album length. The feeling is still New York/Yard, militant on "State Trooper Style, reality for "Rent Man", versioning "It's a Shame" to stunning effect on "Sheep Skin Gone Clear" . And for the body of this album, Clive treads a great line in dancehall interjection- prescient of the whole eighties, years clear of Shabba on "Ting-A-Ling A-Ling", yet also as well versed in the classical heavy manners of the I-Roy approach, on a tune like "Love Is What You Want", as you could wish. "Dance pon de corner" even flirts with digital simplicity, a flick of the dial away from classic sleng teng. "Money man time" ends with a flourish, give thanks to Wackies for a brilliant year of reissues.