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Rage and Fury


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  • Personnel: David Hinds (vocals, guitar); Selwyn Brown (vocals, keyboards, bass); Clifford "Moonie" Pusey (guitar); Alvin Davis (saxophone, trumpet); Martin Seaman, Adrian Hallowell, Luke Shingler (saxophone); Luke Tunney, Peter Thoms, Jacko Peake, Colin Markland, Steve Morrison, Duncan MacKay (trumpet); Jo Cang (keyboards, bass, drum programming, background vocals); Graham Dickson (keyboards, bass, drum progamming); Sidney Mills (keyboards, drum programming); Alvin Ewen (bass); Steve Nisbett, Neil Harvey (drum programming); Ruby Turner, Don Campbell, Kevin Batchelor, Yasmin Alexander, Peter Culture, Debbie Ffrench, Robbie Talyor (background vocals); Mega Banton, Prezident Brown, Diana King, Jukie Ranks, Michael Franti.
  • Producers: Graham Dickson, Jo Cang, Sydney Mills, Neil Harvey, Steel Pulse.
  • Recorded at The Dub Factory, Birmingham, England.
  • RAGE AND FURY was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.
  • Personnel: David Hinds (guitar, background vocals); Clifford Moonie Pusey (guitar); Alvin Davis (saxophone, trumpet, horns); Martin Seaman, Luke Shingler (saxophone, horns); Adrian Hallowell (saxophone); Colin Markland, Luke Tunney, Jacko Peake (trumpet); Steve Morrison, Duncan Mackay, Peter Thoms (trombone); Graham Dickson, Joe Cang (keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); Sidney Mills (keyboards, drum programming); Selwyn Brown (keyboards, background vocals); Neil Harvey, KKK, Steve Nisbett (drum programming); Yasmin Alexander, Robbie Taylor, Don Campbell, Debbie Ffrench, Debbie French, Peter Culture, Ruby Turner, Kevin Batchelor (background vocals).
  • Audio Mixers: Graham Dickson; Joe Cang; Sidney Mills.
  • Recording information: Dub Factory, Birmingham, England.
  • Photographer: Mike Cowell.
  • Carrying the mantle of English reggae into the '90s, Steel Pulse's RAGE AND FURY cleverly combines the newer sounds of dancehall, rap and R&B with the band's core Rastafarian beliefs. Leader David Hinds sings of dishonest politicians ("The Real Terrorist"), role models decimated by a sensationalist media ("Role Model") and a chilling case of mistaken identity ("Blame On Me"). Like Maxi-Priest, Steel Pulse's commercial reggae sound relies on lots of bright synths, drum programming and rubbery-sounding bass applied liberally to tracks like Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl." A horn section is introduced on a reworking of Pulse's "Ku Klux Klan," off the seminal HANDSWORTH REVOLUTION.
  • Despite focusing on many dark topics, Hinds and company are optimistic about racial equality ("Peace Party") and black pride ("Black And Proud"). Spearhead's Michael Franti raps on the Gamble/Huff penned "Black Enough?" lending street cred before RAGE AND FURY closes with the sparse dub of "KKK In The Jungle."
Professional Reviews
Vibe (12/97-1/98, p.172) - "...The most compelling tunes...lyrically balance sophisticated introspection with youthful rebellion..."
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