1) Yellow Fever (Yello Fever / Nai Poi '75)
2) No Agreement (No Agreement / Dog Eat Dog (Instrumental) )
3) Johnny Just Drop (Part 1 / Part 2)
4) V.I.P (Part 1 / Part 2)
5) Coffin For Head Of State (Part 1 / Part 2)
6) Army Arrangement (Part 1 / Part 2)
7) Underground System (Underground System / Pansa Pansa)
Review: Rather bizarrely, Fela's London Scene was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in 1971, but didn't get a UK release until the mid 1990s. This is the first time it has appeared on wax since. While the legendary Afrobeat pioneer and his equally revered backing band, Africa '70, may have been in unusual surroundings, the music showcased on the album was pure Nigerian Afrobeat gold. With Fela in fine form on the mic, and Africa '70 providing typically punchy, horn-heavy backing, tracks such as "E Gbe Mi O", "Buy Africa", and "Fight To The Finish" are every bit as good as anything they recorded in their Lagos studio. "Who're You", with its' changes of intensity and gentle progressions, is particularly good.