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Audrey Hall: Dance Hall Revolution

Simon Witter, NME, 22 March 1986

"WE'VE HEARD what the men can do, it's time to hear the women. You can't keep us in the background for ever. There are loads of female reggae singers, but they haven't been able to break out, cos reggae has been dominated by the male, Rasta, roots people who've spearheaded the scene. It's time for a change."

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