London Underground were on the very first release by the On-U label, a split 7″ with the New Age Steppers in 1980, though by 1983 they had reached the end of the line. They released a pair of albums that year, the eight-song At Home With The London Underground (March) and the six-song mini-album Current Affairs Session (October).
Current Affairs Session truly captures the dub sound that On-U became known for, aided in no small part by London Underground’s underlying style which included heavy reggae undertones. The songs have a quasi-relegiousness about them, the lyrics being sung by true believers trying to preach their message to the world. The studio effects are certainly heavily applied, but it all fits together in an organic way; the dub treatment simply fits the music.