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on 2 June 2001
This album is pure jamaica with the blessed voice of horace andy inmortalice by Massive Attack in all their albums. The dub part is exelent, you can hear all what prince jammy (later become king) learnt from king tubby (kingdub). In bass you have Leroy Sibbles from Heptones and in keyboards the master of dub and melodica Augustus Pablo. Exelent from start to end. Jamaica at its best. Like Reggae, like Dub, like the magic voice of Horace Andy? Buy it.
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on 6 March 2005
'In The Light' is a collection of, probably, Horace Andy's strongest tracks released. Remastered (exceptionally well) by the very respectable reggae record label Trojan, it contains classics such as 'Government Land', 'Do You Love My Music' and 'Collie Herb' to name a few. The vocals and instrumentals on all of the tracks present have been re-produced to a very high standard and the overall balance of the tunes makes for easy, refreshing listening. Completely lost on the references to massive attack on previous reviews but hey, there you go! This is a nice collection from one of reggae's more well known singers that will provide enjoyable listening for any discerning reggae lover. Essential for any collection.
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on 14 May 2004
This has nothing to do with massive attack. But it is a very, very good album.
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on 3 March 2010
I expected it to be the real thing, not a copy. A bit pityful. But I am still happy with the album, it's about the music of course!
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on 1 July 2001
This is one of the most chilled out reggae albums I have heard. The legendary voice of Andy Horace combined with the inevitable amazing beats from Massive Attack. Brilliant.
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