Fortunately, the album has been unearthed and is now available on CD, vinyl and cassette from Captured Tracks. The vinyl includes photos and interviews with Puddy/Bunny and Linval Thompson. For reggae deejay fans such as this writer, Red is a treasured addition to my collection. But it also is a great starter album for music fans interested in dipping a toe, or ear, into the world of deejays toasting over reggae and rocksteady rhythms. If one is familiar with the genre, one appreciates the master work of Thompson. His tracks display admirable discipline -- no excessive production frills, and a concise running time. The deejay and the band are the stars, as they should be.
For readers interested in a little more information about reggae deejays, here is a post I published a few years ago. And if you are interested in one of Linval Thompson's finest (in my opinion) songs, check out the last video on this post -- his collaboration with deejay U Brown.