I can understand that this record isn't for everybody. Yet I think it's a mystical, militant record and you won't find a second one in this style. The lyrics are nothing like anything else I know from that period, neither are the arrangements. The quality remains high during the whole record and that alone makes it worth listening.
There is also a dub counterpart that is practically untraceable. Apparently Shaka played dubplate cuts from this record in the eighties.
The record is very rare and sought after, also apart from the ebay hype. It went for very high prices on auctions, often hosted by the same seller of this very repress. I guess some buyers will be ranting about this one for understandable reasons. Still, the original remains the original. There is a big Tuff Scout logo on the record labels so it is easily differentiated from the original press.