Real Revolutionary
Anthony B.
Augustus 28, 1997

Track list
  1. This notion
  2. So many things
  3. One thing
  4. Ghetto youth
  5. Cold feet
  6. Raid di barn
  7. Hurt di heart
  8. Fire pon Rome
  9. Carrying on
  10. Swarm me
  11. World in trouble (featuring Garnett Silk)
  12. Rumour
  13. (A1) Low di herb
  14. Prophecy reveal
  15. Bun down Sodom
  16. Repentance time
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
Star Trail is one of the leading conscious labels in Jamaica and this blistering set from the highly talented up-and-coming young deejay Anthony B is a good part of the reason why. Most of the times Anthony B deejays in a deep growl utilizing the melody and this youth certainly puts in a powerful punch on tunes like "Raid di barn", "Prophecy reveal" and "Ghetto youth". Included on this album are also the hot "Cold Feet", the banned songs "Fire pon Rome", "Swarm me" and his 1995 single "One thing". In all his songs Anthony B keeps to total culture and that's really a great thing to witness. In general Anthony B is truly worth checking out, but especially if you wonder why there is such a buzz about this artist or if you think that there are no positive young deejays out there, do check out this album.

NOTE: The U.S. release of this album is done by VP Records and is retitled "So Many Things".