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STEEL PULSE - AFRICAN HOLOCAUST
To celebrate one's 30th anniversay as a band of conscious Reggae musicians with a message and strong Roots in the "punky reggae party", one must be called Steel Pulse.

This UK based Reggae Band has delivered a document of true consciousness with African Holocaust. Recorded in the Band's home studio in Birmingham (UK), they've produced an album that strikes one in many ways.

First, the music. Versatile. The band has maintained their specific sound but obviously, the sound is very mature. Very well worked out, good effects and a lot of dubby elements. Guest appearances from ones like Capleton adds to the contemporary vibe that Steel Pulse has managed to put in their music without leaving their specific sound. 

A lot of tracks are a bit "poppy", a bit "soft". This means, the album will definitely cater to a wider audience that is more into the lighter forms of Reggae. But there are enough stronger and more militant Roots tracks on the album to keep a Rootsman interested.

Musically, that is.

Because African Holocaust is everything but a catering to the propaganda that usually comes with more commercial music. There is no compromise whatsoever in the lyrics.

Even stronger:

If you think that the movement of Rastafari is unaware of what's going on, think again. Ever heard of the New World Order? The Illuminati? Well, you're going to hear about them on this album.

African Holocaust will definitely wake up a lot of people to the horrible truth of the world today, but not without hope. For Steel Pulse doesn't only chant down Babylon, the band also gives praises to the Holy One of Creation, JAH Rastafari.

This is definitely an album that you want to hear. The music is contemporary and will cater to many people. The message is undeniable and will wake up the sleeprs in a gentle way.

Yes, definitely. When you celebrate 30 years of consciousness with such a document, we can only give thanks for the vibes.

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