This wouldn't have happened had Frank Gossner (aka DJ Soulpusher of voodoofunk.com) not discovered a copy of the album while digging for vinyl in a record store in Philly. A copy so clean, that Daptone actually re-mastered this album directly from his original vinyl.
The album's put together right in line with Kuti style: only four tracks, two per side (on the original vinyl), the longest (the title number of course) weighing in at just shy of twelve minutes. Also in Kuti style, the way the cuts unfurl themselves, building, morphing, altering, returning, changing again, keeping a line alive that threads over and under the surface, pulling your ears along with it that's funky as all get out. Supposedly, Fela heard this album and thought it was so good, that he asked for it to be buried. Listen to the track below, then get it for yourself and see what you think.