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Prolific reggae producer Bunny "Striker" Lee created a number of different labels in the '60s and '70s to handle his ever-expanding output. The most important at the time when dub was king were Jackpot, Justice, and Attack. Lee recalls, "I had a lot of labels. Lee was my first label... just a plain little white label and then I came out with Lee's with an apostrophe on it... I still have labels sometimes that I don't remember until I see it! Sometimes you'd just make up a label on the spur of the moment." Here, Jamaican Recordings delves into the catalog of Attack, which Lee founded in 1969, to assemble a compilation of some of its finest dub cuts released between 1973 and 1977. Includes dubs and versions of tracks by Linval Thompson, Johnny Clarke, Cornell Campbell/Tommy McCook, Johnny Clarke/Tommy McCook, Barry Brown, Leroy Smart, Derrick Morgan & Hortense Ellis, and Horace Andy. The CD version also includes "Out of Order Dub" by Ken Boothe and "I Forgot to Say I Love You Version" by John Holt.