Check out "Your Enemies Are Everywhere" from Maxine Miller's - Complete Lovers album. The album is entirely produced by King Jammy's and it sounds like it's from the late 80s/early 90s. "Your Enemies..." is on a riddim with similar vibes to that of "Rumours." I don't believe it was released on vinyl, but defintely give this tune a listen because it is KILLER.
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DigiKiller: (Tasha) Midnight Riders - Wanted!!, Michael Palmer - Different Strokes, Steve Knight - Love Mi Entertainment DeadlyDragonSound: (Park Heights) Sluggy - Predjudice & Blackman Struggle, Roland Burrell - Don't Think About Tommorow!! + More
GoldShop: (Ossie) - Roland Burrell - Rip Off!!, Tony Tuff - Heat In The Place, King Kong - Dollaar Strong & Many more
"Slave Driver" (EVA 7", '89) The original "Slave Driver"by Hubert Francis was initially released on Tycoon 7." The EVA 7" is the digital update by Hubert under the moniker Robo Cop (FZ Francis). The production is top notch and clean. Overall a well produced tune. It's one of those tunes with a message that will be relevant throughout time in the world of the have and have nots. listen
"A So The System Work" (Triumphant, 7", '85) Soulful tune by Ruddy Simbal giving warning to those falling into the grasps of the system (workforce?). It's very reminiscent of Hubert Francis - Slave Driver , as in working hard for small pay and receiving "praise with no raise." Tight drum and bass riddim track. "A so the system work, if you nah check it out, you bound to get a jerk."listen
"Late Night Attack" (10 Roosevelt Ave, 7",'87) Wicked tune by Vichous Irie detailing a late night ambush by gunmen while riding around town in a Honda Civic with his girlfriend (who "screams like a damn parakeet"). Shares the same killer riddim as Sister China - Jam The Calypso, Flourgon - Come Mek We Dweet (non harry j prod. 12"), Foxie - Muscular Man & Irie Fernandez - So Wonderful. listen
Obscure cuss cuss killer by Joseph McCalla. One of the many reggae tunes with the AIDS theme that were released during the 80's. 50's hollywood movie star Rock Hudson gets a mention here, "lay down pon me bed with mi radio pon me head, hear a newsflash seh Rock Hudson dead (aids)." Unfavorable Ruck Hudson lines pop up in some other songs also. listen