The title pretty much says it all. This is a stunning debut and an indication of the great things that were to come. Johnson's
debut is longer on spoken-word pieces than it is on poetry and music, but Dennis Bovell's
influence can be felt in these eight tracks. Songs such as "It Dread Inna Inglan," which describes the death of George Lindo at the hands of racists, or "Five Nights of Bleeding," which recounts tales of British police's capricious use of violence against London's West Indian population, are moving and confrontational mini-masterpieces of anger and a man searching for justice in a country that seems all to willing too deny it to him and other Afro-Brits. A powerful and compelling record.