The legendary 'Sound Clash Dub Plate Style' album deconstructed by King Tubby...a late-80s masterwork which fuses Tubby's mythical dub techniques with the nascent sounds of ragga dancehall. This album was the first of its kind. Its purpose was to give those people who didn't attend dances a feel of what was happening inside the dance hall and also to be used in sound system clashes. All of the tracks from the album are specials. Specials are recordings which were made from rhythm tracks rented from the producers who take along an artist of their choice to do a recording. This recording is copied on a Dubplate. A Dubplate is made of metal and covered with wax. They're produced for the sound system personal files and they only play them when they compete with each other. Incidentally the voice you hear at the start of each cut is Fuzzy Jones the Intro Man who introduced most specials in the dance hall business.