Second installment for the budget Waterhouse scene retrospective, which collects various sides produced by long-time sufferers Myrie and Marshall. Despite the lack of sleeve notes (which helped to carry the first, not-so-hot volume in this series), this second release features some really solid outings from a variety of Waterhouse residents, some of whom (Junior Reid, Half Pint) would go on to find great success later in the eighties. Top-ranking is a toss-up between Michael Palmer with the moody Belly Lick, and Tonto Irie's rub-a-dub scorcher, As You Were. Pad Anthony, Patrick Andy, Jr. Rankin and Finegan also stand up for the counting, and there are really only a couple of the forgettable, dancehall-by-numbers productions which characterized this collection's undernourished predecessor. As a budget buy, this one's more than worth its money.