Boomkat Product Review:
"First released in 1970, ‘Scratch The Upsetter Again’ draws from sessions primarily cut in 1970 and finds the Upsetters straddling the fence between the R&B and skainfluenced sound of the late 60s and the deep roots vibe developing at the time.
There are also traces of Lee Perry’s emerging dub experiments, with many tracks sporting a skeletal rhythmic architecture, washes of reverb, echo andshuddering sound effects. While a few songs feature lead vocalists, Dave Barker’s version of ‘Will You Still Love Me’ and Prince Miller’s proto-rap on ‘Mule Train’, ‘Scratch The Upsetter Again’ is largely instrumental, with plenty of bouncing bottom and heady melody to satisfy reggae fans. The addition of 10 bonus tracks makes this collection a particular treasure."