Re-introduction of the classic album fron 1995 in the original vinyl version for Mark Myrie better known as Buju Banton! When this LP hit the airwaves, all of reggaedom exhaled, and Buju Banton instantly became the sun around which all other reggae artists revolve. He satisfied reggae music & culture's constant craving for an object of worship by delivering an album that could've come from Bob Marley's canon at the same time that it's quintessentially Buju. Banton's coarse, dancehall-honed bass rap breaks out into song for the first time here, fulfilling Marley's demand that reggae vocals be rough, never "pretty-pretty". The Rough Guide To Reggae honored the album as Essential and selected it as one of the 100 best all time reggae albums. Produced by Donovan Germain (A3, A5, B1, B2, B3, B4), Dave Kelly (A4, B1), Mark Myrie (A1, A6), Bobby Digital (A2), Sylvester Gordon (A6) and Steely & Clevie (B5).