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|Studio album by Juluka|
The first track, Impi, which became one of the band's hits, retells the story of the Battle of Isandlwana, won by the Zulu, and was banned from the radio in South Africa at the time, but gained underground popularity. It remains a cult classic in South Africa and has now become mainstream to the point of often been associated with international sports events, in particular rugby.
- Sipho Mchunu (Lead vocals, guitars, concertina)
- Johnny Clegg (Lead vocals, guitars, Umhuphe mouth, bow, Chipendani mouth bow)
- Johnny Boshoff (Bass guitar, percussion)
- Umvovo Shelembe (Vocals)
- Umncengeni Ngubane (Vocals)
- Derrick de Beer (Drums, percussion)
- Robbie Jansen (Flute, sax)
- "African Sky Blue"
- "African Litany"
- "Heart of the Dancer"
- "High Country"
- "Mama Shabalala"