Boomkat Product Review:
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.