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ON: The Sound Of On Records 1987-1989

フォーマット: limited gatefold triple 12"
カタログ番号: EGOLI 002
発売日: 19 Nov 18
ジャンル: International
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Tracklist
サイド 1
1. The Bees - "Mjondolo (Bus House)" (5:24)
2. The Bees - "She's A Witch (Tikoloshi)" (5:22)
サイド 2
1. Little Big Man - "Don't Do It" (4:54)
2. Little Big Man - "Leribe" (4:02)
サイド 3
1. Mafika - "Roadblock" (5:35)
2. Mafika - "Roadblock" (Taxi mix) (5:24)
サイド 4
1. Mafika - "Sbarara" (4:49)
2. Mafika - "Black Jack" (4:04)
3. Mafika - "Lalavuka" (4:26)
サイド 5
1. Whoosha - "Mosquito" (3:53)
2. Whoosha - "Nopaka" (5:19)
サイド 6
1. Pamela Nkhuta - "Gambling" (4:28)
2. Pamela Nkhuta - "Ano Tambura (Suffering)" (4:47)
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Review

The ON label was active in South Africa between 1987-1992, an era following the end of the Apartheid regime and defining the new sound of young black South Africa in the early 90s. The late 1980s in the rainbow nation was a time when disco was mutating into what was becoming known as Bubblegum: pop music aimed at the black population of South Africa. Bubblegum was a response to Western styles like disco and the fast spreading house music which originally came from the black ghettos of Chicago and New York. When the second Summer of Love took over the UK in 1988, house, and other electronic music styles conquered South Africa as well. DIY - do it yourself - a motto that had already appeared in the punk movement, lifted the young local scene to the next level.

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