Dubversion on Anthony B and On-U Sound’s “Pay It All Back vol 1” compilation, which was certanly a key crossover record for yer industrial types who liked Mark Stewart but didn’t have much of a handle on reggae.
At £1.49 for a full length LP you couldn’t really go wrong. It’s only just occurred to me but I suppose you could compare it to Joe Gibbs’ “African Dub chapter 3” (a seminal record in the punky-reggae party of the 70s) in terms of its influence during the 80s.
Good talk with Paul Meme the other night about how great some of the old On-U nights at the Town & Country Club were. More on that soon I hope.