Originally released through Pablo's own Rockers imprint, this album is often feted as the greatest ever dub album release, and on first listening it is hard to disagree. Pablo is the greatest exponent of the melodica, an underrated instrument which sounds so good through an echo chamber and reverb unit, and he certainly knew how to produce a sound which gave prominence to his playing. The famous Rockers style of Sly and Robbie captivates you from the off, as you embark on a lesson in dub reggae from the master himself, the late, great Osbourne Ruddock. Every track is outstanding, but a special mention to the title track, the first dub A-side to be released in the UK in 1977, when it reached the Top 40. Other highlights include a superlative version of the Abyssinians' classic riddim, Satta Massa Gana. The subtle use of Jacob Miller's vocals in tracks such as Each One Dub complement the wild drum and bass section of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare, which all adds up to an essential chapter in the history of music. No record collection is complete without this awe-inspiring set.