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Fresh Reggae Hits -- Vol. 2 [Pow Wow, 1989]
And just for the record, there are two things on this compilation--J.C. Lodge's elsewhere-available "Telephone Love" and Shelly Thunder's elsewhere-available "Kuff"--that might have made volume one almost as useful as Profile's prestige job. No doubt Profile figured prestige was the road to modest profit, while Pow Wow, which also has a King Jammy compilation on the market, went for quantity. Haven't we been here before? Many times? B-