Admittedly, yours truly is not the biggest fan of Cutty Ranks (born Philip Thomas) and certainly no authority where his works are concerned. One could situate the glory years in Ranks' career somewhere between the late 1980s and the early 1990s, the period of the digital reggae sound (not to mention fishnet shirts, bad hairstyles and heavy gold chains). Cutty's name isn't what it used to be anymore, but with this 30 track compilation, VP Records clearly wants to refresh our memory. Well-known hits like 'Limb By Limb', 'A Who Seh Me Dun' and 'The Stopper' are of course included, but it are above all the duets ('Warrior', 'Loving You', 'Really Together' and of course 'Half Idiot' with Marcia Griffith and 'Love Me Have Fi Get' and 'Real Love' with Beres Hammond) that are most convincing.