1988 represented the low point of 80s music, what with the likes of Tiffany, Richard Marx, Rick Astley and Whitney Houston cluttering up the airwaves. Music was in a holding pattern as new wave had exhausted itself and the seismic shift that was Nirvana was still a ways off.

Still there were a few gems to be found if you were willing to sift through the waste material and this is one of them. A remake of a minor 1968 hit by Neil Diamond UB40 took the original and reggaed the s**t out of it. The result was a pop music masterpiece that sounds as good today as it did then.