• Earl Sixteen – Malcolm X
    • Winston McAnuff – Armaggedon Time
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    • 2. Winston McAnuff – Armaggedon Time

    Featuring Earl Sixteen, who later recorded an album at Studio One, is one of the most rare Roots tunes from Harriott's productions. The A-side proves that Roots Reggae was at its height at the time, and the B-Side, with its militant beat by Winston McAnuff, who renamed himself to Electric Dread, make this record an all-time Roots favorite.

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