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Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution FLAC Performer: Steel Pulse
Album: Handsworth Revolution
Country: UK
Released: 1978
Style: Roots Reggae
Label: Island Records
Genre: Reggae
Catalog #: ILPS 9502
Size FLAC: 1247 mb.
Size MP3: 2566 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 086
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album


1Handsworth Revolution5:15
3Ku Klux Klan
Producer – Godwin Logie, Steve Lillywhite
4Bad Man3:22
5Macka Splaff5:30
7Sound Check5:24
8Prodigal Son5:02


  • Bass, PercussionRonnie McQueen
  • DesignBloomfield/Travis
  • DrumsSteve Nisbett
  • Engineer [Assistant]Godwin Logie
  • Executive-producer, ManagementPete King
  • IllustrationAndrew Aloof
  • Keyboards, Vocals, PercussionSelwyn Brown
  • Lead Guitar, VocalsBasil Gabbidon
  • Lead Vocals, Rhythm GuitarDavid Hinds
  • ProducerKarl Pitterson
  • Vocals, PercussionAlphonso Martin, Michael Riley
  • Written-BySteel Pulse


Album dedicated to the people of Handsworth.
Some copies have a Gatefold sleeve containing lyrics.


Handsworth Revolution is a reggae album by Steel Pulse. It is named after the Handsworth district of Birmingham, England, the band's home district to which the album was dedicated. The first Steel Pulse single for Island Records, Ku Klux Klan a call for resistance against forces of racism was released in February 1978. Five months later, their debut album was released to critical acclaim. Handsworth Revolution was produced by Karl Pitterson, who had worked with Bob Marley, Bunny Wailer and Peter. Текст песни: I say the people of Handsworth, know that One hand wash the other so they say So lets join hands my bredren Make the way for our children our children, our children. Steel Pulse's debut album set the band decisively apart from its British colleagues. This was not, by any stretch of the imagination, either pop-reggae or lovers rock. Nor was it the kind of dreamy Rasta reggae or art-for-art's sake dub that was popular at the time. Handsworth Revolution is about politics first and religion second, with a quick nod to the dance Sound System and another to the herb Macka Splaff and not a single love lyric to be found anywhere. This gives the music a certain intellectual urgency, and the band's instrumental virtuosity is impressive given its youth and relatively inexperience. Handsworth Revolution. Steel Pulse. UMG от лица компании Universal-Island Records Ltd. AMRA, Abramus Digital, CMRRA, LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. и другие авторские общества 7. Prodigal Son. LatinAutor, AMRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Abramus Digital, ASCAP, Kobalt Music Publishing и другие авторские общества 6. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Reggae Dub. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution. Steel Pulse - Bad Man. Steel Pulse - Soldiers. Steel Pulse - Sound Sheck. Steel Pulse - Prodigal Son. Steel Pulse - Ku Klux Klan. Steel Pulse - Prediction. Steel Pulse - Macka Splaff. Steel Pulse - Revolutio. Handsworth Revolution LP, Album, Gat. Island Records. ILPS 9502. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 04 - Sound Check. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 03 - Soldiers 4:48. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 05 - Prodigal Son 5:20. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 06 - Klu Klux Klan 3:51. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 07 - Prediction 5:29. Steel Pulse - Handsworth Revolution - 08 - Macka Splaff. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. Handsworth Revolution is a music album by Steel Pulse released in 1978. Handsworth Revolution is ranked 7,481st in the overall chart, 1,210th in the 1970s, and 134th in the year 1978. This album is rated in the top 9 of all albums on . STEEL PULSE - HANDSWORTH REVOLUTION NEW CD Condition: Brand New. Time left: 23h 38m 42s Ships to: Worldwide. Steel Pulse : Handsworth Revolution CD Condition: Very Good. Time left: 5d 7h 49m 16s Ships to: Worldwide. Handsworth Revolution 1978. Album by Steel Pulse. was sampled in. The Struggle by Black Market Militia 2005. This item:Handsworth Revolution by Steel Pulse Audio CD . Only 5 left in stock more on the way. Ships from and sold by . In my mind, Handsworth Revolution is a riveting album. Songs such as Klu Klux Klan, Prodigal Son, are more than are a lyrical masterpiece. When the album first starts and you hear the bassline from brings you into another world for a moment. I strongly recommend this album, Tribute to the Martyrs and also Aswad's Not Satisfied & Hulet if your into this type of reggae. The vocals sound more harmonic and almost in a chant like state at times. Steel Pulse, a group of super tight musicians from Birmingham, were recording their debut album, Handsworth Revolution. Holed up in Island Records London studio nicknamed The Fallout Shelter , surrounded by gear left over from Marleys sessions, the young posse set to work with something to prove. And British reggae Cmon. The only other band on the radar at the time was Aswad, and they were signed to the same label, so what chance did Steel Pulse have We didnt fit in at the time, says