Classic 1983 album from the Toaster Josey Wales (born Winston Sterling) who boasted a hoarse tone born out of the gruff, rockstone tradition of mike work.
For this, his debut, Wales is surrounded by producer Henry "Junjo" Lawes' top-notch mixes and the dread rhythms of the Roots Radics band. Wales thrives among the varying tempos, delivering quality cuts like his early hit, "Let Go Mi Hand," and the singjay track "Music Diseases." A highlight of the many impressive DJ titles released during dancehall's golden years. Includes the Ganjaman anthems 'It A fi Bun' and 'Stalk Of Sensimilia'.