VG+/VG+ a few light hairline marks and mild discolouration to both sides of the record but nothing that affects play. minor ring, edge and corner wear to sleeve
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.