Amongst the hardcore UB fans this probably ranks as one of their greatest albums (and the most underated), yet the album recieved little public attention and the two singles released from the album did only modestly in the charts. Don't let this put you off buying the album, it has a refreshing uplifting feel about it and some cultural lyrics in 'Guns in the ghetto' probably one of the best songs they have written. 'Always there' is another UB classic as well as 'I love it when you smile' and 'Lisa'. My fave UB album, one I never get tired of hearing. The dancehall album which followed its release features Jamaicas finest riding the riddims off this album and complements this album well.