Wells Fargo were part of a counterculture that has been almost totally forgotten, even in its country of origin. In the 1970s, during the last decade of Zimbabwe's War of Independence, rock music exploded with a message of unity and hope. Wells Fargo was at the forefront of the "Heavy Music" movement serving as fuel for the fight. Originally released as a series of singles, this is the first time their music has been released since its initial, limited pressing. More than four decades later Now Again Records proudly presents, Watch Out, for the first time in album form. Now Again's Egon says, "Music can be courageous. That might mean artistically daring, or politically risky. The music on this record is courageous in both senses. It doesn't sound like anything you've heard, and its message could've gotten the band killed."