did not invent rude reggae, but he certainly did it a lot better, and a lot more frequently, than most people. Wreck a Pum Pum
collects most of his earlier contributions to the canon, opening with the title track's positively filthy reinvention of "Little Drummer Boy," then continuing on through such distinctly unsubtle offerings as "Pum Pum a Go Will You," "Pussy Cat Bite Me" and that most alluring of Buster
productions, "Wreck a Buddy (The Sexy Girls)" -- "Wreck a Pum Pum" again, from the other side of the genitals. Alongside these, a handful of older numbers slide thematically into the brew -- "Ten Commandments of Man," "Rough Rider" and "Whine & Grine" -- while "Pharaoh House Crash" adds some political subversion to the proceedings, and even the instrumental "The Abeng" doesn't sound out of place by the time you reach it.