In July 1984, Black Roots released their second album, The Front Line, on vinyl and cassette.
The title track of this album, ‘Frontline’, was the theme song for the BBC Television sitcom that ran for one series by the same name. It is a story of 2 brothers who are constantly fighting like ‘cat and dog’ and the reason is that one is a police man and the other a dreadlocks man, both living together in the same house. Their life styles are such opposites that they can never agree about anything. And this clash of lifestyles is what informs the comedy that unfolds.
This digital format includes 2 bonus tracks - Confusion and Chanting for Freedom.