The best album available from Super Cat, one of Jamaica's hottest dancehall artists of the '90s (best known in the U.S. as "that guy that talks fast in the Sugar Ray song"). There are a couple of guest appearances made by Heavy D, to the credit of the album. The recurring ability of the songs to consistently provide a simple groove for Super Cat to fervently rap over the top of is amazing, and the virtuosity with which he can constantly provide the necessary vocal concoctions is noteworthy. As is necessary for any current (or near current) dancehall album, there's a certain level of gun talk and slackness involved. For anyone who's interested in the dancehall scene of the '90s (Shabba Ranks, Ninjaman, Cutty Ranks, etc.), this album would be a good addition to the collection. For others, there might be other notable albums to pick up first -- Shabba's albums, or maybe Rhino's Mash Up the Place compilation.
Adam Greenberg, Rovi