Artists United Against Apartheid

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MHS-91149 Sun City — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Sun City (Album) Manhattan Records, Manhattan Records MHS-91149 Japan 1985 Sell This Version
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Singles & EPs

PROM 37 Silver And Gold — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Silver And Gold Manhattan Records PROM 37 Europe 1985 Sell This Version
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SPRO-283 Voices Of Sun City — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Voices Of Sun City Manhattan Records SPRO-283 Canada 1985 Sell This Version
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GOOD 95 Sun City — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Sun City (Single, Maxi) Manhattan Records GOOD 95 New Zealand 1985 Sell This Version
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B-50026 Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Let Me See Your I.D. (Sun City) (Single, EP, Maxi) Manhattan Records B-50026 Canada 1985 Sell This Version
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Videos

# 012 Sun City — Artists United Against Apartheid Artists United Against Apartheid Sun City (Album) Karl-Lorimar Home Video # 012 US 1985 Sell This Version

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Roellankhaor

Roellankhaor

November 24, 2021
Joey Ramone was also there don't forget Joey Ramone my hero
Rom1fromParis

Rom1fromParis

January 18, 2006
edited over 17 years ago
Today it may seem old history, but South Africa WAS a very important political issue back in the 80's, and so it nurtured many cultural projects. Among them, Sun City is an excellent mixture of afro/world feeling and hi-tech beats, courtesy of Mr Arthur Baker himself, a mixture which would be taken to new heights a few years later by Johnny Clegg and Savuka (check the huge "African Shadow Man" LP, for instance). Don't forget to check the 12"s too (Let Me See Your ID & Sun City), with their 10' something A. Baker dub versions (ouch!)

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