FELA RANSOME-KUTI & THE AFRICA '70 - AFRODISIAC - 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION - GREEN & RED COLOR - 2-LP - VINYL LP
In Broken English, the title translates as "chop and quench," which means "eat and die" in Standard English. It is a stonking dance track. The most enduring piece, however, may prove to be the closing "Je'Nwi Temi" ("don't gag me"), a critique of the Nigerian political / military establishment and a defence of free speech.
Pressed on double vinyl at 45 RPM on marbled red and marbled green vinyl in a single pocket wide-spine jacket, wrapped with a gold foil OBI strip.
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