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    Albert Malawi Children Of The Emporer / Ethiopia First / Stereo Style

    Uprising
      • 1. Albert Malawi – Children Of The Emporer
      • 2. Advocates Aggregation – Ethiopia First
      • 3. Advocates Aggregation – Stereo Style
      • 4. Keith Ffrench – Prejudiced Country

      This issue contains the original vocal & dub as on the original JA 45, and adds an extra bonus vintage dub cut mixed a bit later than the original issue. This is truly essential 1970's roots music that we can never get enough of. The b-side features the discomix of Keith Ffrench's moody "Prejudiced Country", a great one-away roots tune only released in England in 1979, and reissued for the first time here.

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