Moses Mchunu’s “Qhwahulahle” from 1986’s The Indestructible Beat of Soweto is today’s Final Vinyl.  As rock critic Robert Christgau said about the album:

It confronts rural-urban contradictions far more painful and politically fraught than any Memphis or Chicago migration, and thwarts apartheid’s determination to deny blacks not just a reasonable living but a meaningful identity. Like all South African music it emphasizes voices… it’s also about a beat forthright enough to grab Americans yet more elaborate than the r&b it evokes. The defiantly resilient and unsentimental exuberance of these musicians has to be fully absorbed before it can be believed, much less understood. They couldn’t be more into it if they were inventing rock and roll.  A+