“Punk In Africa” documentary

The Punk in Africa documentary film is a story of a hidden and secret movement in Africa, where punk rock was compared to worshiping the devil.

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Here are the trailers:

Below you can hear the soundtrack to the article “Orange, White and Blue (Mayhem): the Roots of South African Punk” in Paraphilia Magazine 13, December 2011.

Vintage underground rock, 1960s garage, psychedelia, township funk and proto-punk from South Africa, 1958-1980

Track listing:
1. Ivan Kadey, “Chief Joseph” (solo demo, 2010)
2. A-Cads, “Down The Road” (1966)
3. Otis Waygood Blues Band, “You Can’t Do Part 2” (1970)
4. Abstract Truth, “Pollution” (1970)
5. Freedom’s Children “Gentle Beasts Part 1” (1970)
6. Suck, “The Whip” (1970)
7. Hawk, “Uvoyo” (1972)
8. Solven Whistlers, “Something New in Africa” (1958)
9. Allen Kwela and His Guitar 500, “Guitar Rock” (early 1960s)
10. Dark City Sisters, “Shala Shala Twist” (1962)
11. The Raiders, “Deep Soul” (1969)
12. The Invaders, “Turn on the Sun” (1970)
13. The Flames, “For Your Precious Love” (1968)
14. The Beaters, “Harari” (album version, 1975)
15. The Movers, “Crying Guitar” (1970)
16. Mahlathini and the Mahotella Queens, “Wozani maHipi” (1975)
17. Philip Tabane and Malombo, “Malombo Blues” (1976)
18. Ivan Kadey, “Orange White and Blue (Mayhem)” (solo demo, 2010)
19. Flaming Souls, “30-60-90” (early 1970s)
20. Reggie Msomi and His Hollywood Jazz Band, “Midnight Ska” (1965)
21. Mike Lebisi with National Wake, “Corner House Stone” (1980)
22. Radio Rats, “ZX Dan” (album version, 1978)
23. Michael Flek, “What About Me / Down in the Streets” (acoustic, 2010)

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