Prince Jammy - Destroys the invaders (1982)

Posted by Amelia Swhizzagers On 12:36 AM

Before he set out to rule modern dancehall as King Jammy, Lloyd James earned the lesser, but still regal title Prince Jammy, as a protege of legendary dub producer King Tubby. Following on the heels of similar sci-fi themed albums from Scientist and others on the On-U Sound label, this 1982 effort,DESTROYS THE INVADERS, shows the producer at the top of hisgame. Anchored by the rock-solid Roots Radics rhythm section, the spacious echo and reverb effects are peppered with strange noises--suggesting an alien encounter or outer-space battle.
01. Conspiracy on Neptune
02. Martian encounter
03. Saturn bombardment
04. Attack on Ganymede
05. War in the asteroid belt
06. The great red spot
07. Life on Uranus
08. Final destruction

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