VG+/VG+ record in decent shape apart on long superficial circular mark to the b-side which doesn't affect play. company sleeve has some light ring, edge and corner wear
One of the more enduring singles by the British dance/pop duo. This track gravitates nicely around heavy bass and stabbing synths. The vocal version is somewhat of a battle hymn spurring on the South African ethnic group to stand up against it's colonizers and to kick some limey ass during the Anglo - Zulu war. Sadly it was released a 102 years too late for it to have any effect but at least we know The Quick have their hearts in the right place. For a less political direction it also features a nicely spaced out instrumental on the flip.