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Steel Pulse “Save Black Music” 12″ (Elektra)

And here we have yet another Steel Pulse vinyl single, “Save Black Music” from the Grammy Award-winning album Babylon The Bandit.  Overall, a mediocre effort from Steel Pulse with several outstanding tracks.  The opening track “Save Black Music” is striking as the opening track.  This is a different sound and vibe from Steel Pulse.  Although David Hinds’ lyrics remain conscious and strong, Steel Pulse enter a horrid phase characterized by the overuse of synthesizers, which was a development that emerges in the 1980s.  Still an interesting listen if you are a fan.  The first track on this 12″ has a distinctly different mix.  Track 2 is the instrumental and Track 3 is the LP version.

1. Save Black Music (Vocal Extended)
2. Instrumental
3. LP Version

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Weeks, James. The Reggae & African Beat (Archive- 1983-1988)6. 2 (Apr 1, 1987)- 26-29-1

Weeks, James. The Reggae & African Beat (Archive- 1983-1988)6. 2 (Apr 1, 1987)- 26-29-2

Weeks, James. The Reggae & African Beat (Archive- 1983-1988)6. 2 (Apr 1, 1987)- 26-29-3

Weeks, James. The Reggae & African Beat (Archive- 1983-1988)6. 2 (Apr 1, 1987)- 26-29-4

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