The man born Vivian Jackson completed a three-year trilogy of albums in 1977 with this lush, spacious, devotional dub record. While lovers’ rock and big pimpin’ were pumping in bass-heavy speakers, You focused his efforts on the Most High, apparent on the rhythmic brilliance of “Judgment Time” and “Zion Gate.” Considering a simple re-release would not suffice, the label doubled the length with 12-inch mixes, including a killing toaster tribute over percussive beats on “Jah Vengeance.” You’s pulpit was certainly demanding, but his fire was enough to make the pews rise with fists raised.