This disc presents two of Fela's albums on one CD. "I.T.T.," released in 1980, was the last record done with the Africa 70. Drummer Tony Allen had already left the group, as had other longtime members (due to, among other reasons, the increasing pressures brought upon by Fela's notoriety). Still, the new line-up does a fine job, and Fela's son, Femi Kuti, even joins in on alto sax. After a series of tragedies and run-ins with the law in the late 1970's (see "Coffin For Head of State" and "Unknown Soldier"), Fela turned the heat up even more for his work in the following decade. "I.T.T.," with its repetitive guitar and chant-along chorus, is an outcry against the multinational corporations in Africa, as well as military President Olusegun Obasanjo.