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Old 04-26-2009, 03:13 AM   #11 (permalink)
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rollerskates is sucha badass song..

<3 steel pulse
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Old 05-11-2009, 10:27 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Leggobeast.

YEEE homes you know I told you about leggobeast. I love steel pulse.
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Old 05-12-2009, 07:48 AM   #13 (permalink)
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YEEE homes you know I told you about leggobeast. I love steel pulse.
Yeah, the few other songs I dig by them I have on a mix and are labeled 'Track 4...' etc...
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I've been a fan of Steel Pulse since their first Hadsworth Revolution album was released in 1978. I've seen them five times in concert and they never cease to amaze me with their musical talent.



I also agree with bulldog that Midnight Oil is an awesome band.
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rollerskates is sucha badass song..

<3 steel pulse
A cool home made movie of Roller Skates. I love how the guy is skanking down the path.

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^^^nice skankin....

btw steel pulse "blazin' fire" is the one!

my mates dad played keys for steel pulse.... was also the opening piano player on "sunshine day" by osibisa....


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YouTube - Steel Pulse - Blazing Fire (Live @ The Canyon Club)

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Old 05-28-2009, 11:38 AM   #17 (permalink)
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I've been a fan of Steel Pulse since their first Hadsworth Revolution album was released in 1978. I've seen them five times in concert and they never cease to amaze me with their musical talent.



I also agree with bulldog that Midnight Oil is an awesome band.
I really wish I could have seen them live when I had the chance to. Unless you count reggae sets by various club DJs as such, I've never seen live reggae before. Must be an amazing experience.

Great vid there as well. Earth Crisis is among my least favourite Steel Pulse albums, but Rollerskates is still a great song.

And you're right, Midnight Oil are immense
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Just found this thread and have downloaded the compilation. Cheers to Bulldog as the only Steel Pulse track I own is Klu Klux Klan.
Skanking to this right now, and my pet budgie is grooving along too. LOL
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I really wish I could have seen them live when I had the chance to. Unless you count reggae sets by various club DJs as such, I've never seen live reggae before. Must be an amazing experience.

Great vid there as well. Earth Crisis is among my least favourite Steel Pulse albums, but Rollerskates is still a great song.

And you're right, Midnight Oil are immense
I can't believe you've never seen a live reggae show. You need to get out more often, mon. Do I have to fly across the ocean and travel 4000 miles just to drag you out to a reggae concert? If I were living in the UK, I'd be out at least once a week to check out live music shows.
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I can't believe you've never seen a live reggae show. You need to get out more often, mon. Do I have to fly across the ocean and travel 4000 miles just to drag you out to a reggae concert? If I were living in the UK, I'd be out at least once a week to check out live music shows.
Well, that'd definitely help

I don't really live in very musical places if that makes sense. I'm living with my parents in Norfolk over the summer where you're lucky if you can go patronise a mate's band. Back in Bolton the closest thing you can get to a gig is listening to the PA system in Sainsburys.
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