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|Play||1. The King Step Mk 1||3:32||£0.99|
|Play||2. The Buzz Feeling||3:41||£0.99|
|Play||3. Lyric Officer Mk 2||3:16||£0.99|
|Play||5. Two In A One Mk 1||3:18||£0.99|
|Play||6. Hold Your Position Mk 3||3:56||£0.99|
|Play||7. Hip Hop Lyrical Robot||4:22||£0.99|
|Play||8. Style Mk 4||4:02||£0.99|
|Play||9. Fight Fe Come In Mk 2||3:25||£0.99|
|Play||10. V's Version||3:25||£0.99|
|Play||11. Don't Break My Heart||3:49||£0.99|
|Play||12. I Got You Babe (feat. Chrissie Hynde)||3:09||£0.99|
|Play||13. Mi Spliff||4:01||£0.99|
True, many UB40 fans won't appreciate it, and the format is unusual. It's a pile of reworked versions of tracks from "Geoffrey Morgan" and "Labour of Love" done in a Ragga/Dub/Toast/DJ style. If this isn't your thing you would definitely find it repetitive (for instance 4 versions of "If it happens again"). Each to his own, I guess, but for me it just hits the spot.
My personal favourites are "Fight Fe Come in MK.2" (The pillow) and V's Version (version girl). The only real weak point is the horrendous "I've got you babe" with Chrisie Hynde. If this is your favourite UB40 track, don't buy this album; if your normal reggae listening is anything from I-Roy to Shabba, I'd suggest you give it a go.