Music Remains in the Soul

Music Remains in the Soul

Slick, over-produced pop tunes aimed at the No.1 spot are pretty much to be expected if you cast half an eye over the charts.

But before the likes of Take That, Westlife or Blue or Busted, there was Musical Youth.

When they hit the No.1 spot in September 1982, they had thousands of teenagers all over the country singing the words to their catchy single Pass The Dutchie.

You would expect Grant, 36, to look back with at least a little anger at the brevity of a chart-topping career in the five-piece reggae band, which, within two years of scoring a bonafide worldwide hit, was all but over.

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