To coincide with the weekend of my 47th birthday, Steel Pulse's latest CD release arrived in the post yesterday, Rastanthology II: The Sequel. Its a second compilation of the band's classic cuts, a decade on from their first Rastanthology collection in 1996. The sixteen tracks, released on their own Wiseman Doctrine label, are taken from their extensive catalogue that spans over thirty years in the reggae music business and includes two tracks, Brown Eyed Girl and Steppin' Out that made it onto the first Rastantholgy CD. The track list is: Make Us A Nation; Blazing Fire; Black Enough; In A Me Life; Global Warning; Blues Dance Raid; Find It Quick; Brown Eyed Girl; Dem A Wolf; No More Weapons; Steppin' Out; Settle The Score; Leggo Beast; The Real Terrorist; Whirlwind Romance; and Wild Goose Chase. The band also released their first official DVD earlier this year, called Introspective and there's been a dub album promised for a while now, so expect that sometime soon. The guys are currently taking a well-deserved rest from touring. I'm particularly proud of the fact that I host the largest Steel Pulse website and archive on the internet and I urge you to read about these true legends of reggae at Steel Pulse On-Line.