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Boomkat Product Review:
*Includes two newly remastered Fela albums in one package - 'Expensive Shit' and 'He Miss Road'* Fela's 1975 masterpiece 'Expensive Shit' is to many one of his finest moments, featuring drummer Tony Allen at the height of his powers and an inspired Africa 70 backing. 'Expensive Shit' recounts Fela's notorious tale about Nigerian police raiding his compound, only to plant a joint on him and ultimately get duped in the funniest fashion. Flipside is the immense instrumental groove 'Water Get No Enemy', whose influence has cast a spell over countless artists ever since. 'He Miss Road' was produced for Fela Kuti in 1975 by Ginger Baker. It takes in the organ-heated and woozily dubbed Afrobeat shuffle of the title track and the sparse, spacious groove 'Monday Morning In Lagos' and the mighty side-long play 'It's No Possible'.