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One of the most political albums released by the band, with its commemoration of Victor Jara (Street Fighting Years), who was killed by Pinochet in Chile, its commentary on the impact of Margaret Thatcher's poll tax on Scotland (Soul Crying Out), the celebration of the then still imprisoned Nelson Mandela (Mandela Day) and a track about the ongoing "Troubles" in the North of Ireland (Belfast Child).



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  • A big letdown, after such a long wait between studio albums. Pretty much career suicide for the band. I do like some of the songs here, though.
  • Weak album IMO! I only like Mandela Day and Belfast Child...
  • Great album. :)
  • Это лучший их альбом вместе с street fighting years , остальные не покупайте
  • For me is this the best album.Sometimes when hear it ,i will fly.
  • The first album I bought by these masters. Still one of the most amazing albums in my collection. I love this band!
  • So many good memories associated with this album for me. The Trevor Horn/Steve Lipson production work really sets it apart.

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