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In their prime, Steel Pulse looked poised to become the best reggae band in U.K. history. And arguably, in fact, they were the best -- at least during the mid-'80s. But the late '80s and '90s found them releasing a string of albums whose quality can most charitably be characterized as uneven. Vex was certainly not the worst of these -- that distinction probably belongs to 1988's dreary State of Emergency -- but it comes as a disappointment after the sharp and tuneful Victims. Lead singer and primary songwriter David Hinds ...

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  1. Bootstraps
  2. Back to My Roots
  3. Islands Unite
  4. Better Days
  5. In My Life
  6. Endangered Species
  7. New World Order
  8. X Ressurection
  9. Whirlwind Romance
  10. No Justice, No Peace
  11. Dirty H20
  12. Dub to My Roots
  13. Dubite
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