"let the light shine" : Hydroponics ( far far superior , imo, to their later stuff )
"put down the guns" : DIsciples 12"
ANY GUssie P music ! He is the highest pinnacle, imo, of UK roots check out "Conquroaring ( sic ) Lion", ( dub album ), "Wise Man" ( 10" single ) and his productions of Mykal Rose and Daweh Congo..Unbeatable!
Also, Jah Warrior meets Napthali, a long lost classic of UK roots imo called "One of these Days" -- it's very heavy, but with good lyrics, and good atmospheres.
Jah Warrior's "Dub from the Heart Vol 1 and 2 " : Sampling collage dubs were popular back in early 90's and these are praps highest peak of that art , imo at least.
Mananseh , all three or four albums. Patchy and so so sometimes, but when the get it right they are fantastic.
More Rockers : "Dub Plates Vol 2" ( Along with Congo Natty and Kemet Heavyweight Sound, imo one of the peaks of UK ragga/dub/junglist hybrids imo, with Navigator on the mic. )
"I Believe" : Danny Vibes 7"
Also check out the new Jah Warrior single by Prof Frisky-- Very heavy.