African Holocaust

African Holocaust

Infobox Album |
Name = African Holocaust
Type = Album
Artist = Steel Pulse

Released = July 14, 2004
Recorded = The Dub Factory, Birmingham, England
Genre = Reggae
Length = 56:37
Label = RAS
Producer = Michael Henry
Reviews = Allmusic Rating|3.5|5 [ link] |
Last album = "Rage and Fury"
This album = "African Holocaust"
Next album =

"African Holocaust" is a reggae album released by Steel Pulse in July 2004. It is Steel Pulse's most recent studio album and their eleventh overall. At the time of this album, the band was down to only two founding members, lead guitarist and vocalist David Hinds and keyboardist and backup vocalist Selwyn Brown. The album features an ample guest list headlined by fellow reggae acts Damian "Junior Gong" Marley and Capleton. In this album Steel Pulse ventures further away from the dancehall persuasions apparent in their late 80's and early 90's work.

The album peaked at #9 on the 2004 Billboard Top Reggae Album charts.

The song "Born Fe Rebel" appears on the soundtrack of the game "Tony Hawk's Underground 2".

Track listing

#"Global Warning" – 4:52
#"Blazing Fire" – 3:36
#"There Must Be a Way" – 4:14
#"Make Us a Nation" – 4:16
#"Dem a Wolf" – 3:36
#"No More Weapons" – 4:36
#"Tyrant" – 4:51
#"Door of No Return" – 4:49
#"Born fe Rebel" – 4:41
#"Darker Than Blue" – 4:34
#"George Jackson" – 3:56
#"African Holocaust" – 4:24
#"Uncle George" – 4:12

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