23 Songs, 1 Hour 14 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Whether solo or with Black Uhuru, velvet-voiced Don Carlos never confined himself to one groove. He's a lover on "Jamaican Woman" and a Rastafarian prophet on "Rivers of Babylon," a funkier cover of the Melodians' classic. There's politics on "Johnny Big Mouth," pure fun on "My Brethren Party," and a bit of both on the title song—which promises to rid the world of evil with, you guessed it, a laser beam. Carlos is equally charismatic on a love song or a fist-waver.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Whether solo or with Black Uhuru, velvet-voiced Don Carlos never confined himself to one groove. He's a lover on "Jamaican Woman" and a Rastafarian prophet on "Rivers of Babylon," a funkier cover of the Melodians' classic. There's politics on "Johnny Big Mouth," pure fun on "My Brethren Party," and a bit of both on the title song—which promises to rid the world of evil with, you guessed it, a laser beam. Carlos is equally charismatic on a love song or a fist-waver.

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