Undoubtedly the most important musical act to emerge from Zimbabwe in the 1970s, the Green Arrows transmuted the widespread social upheaval of their homeland into hopeful, rhythmic, political, experimental music. This extraordinarily progressive group took the country by storm, fusing the different rhythms of the region into one unique and ebullient sound. The Green Arrows were the first Zimbabwean band to record an LP (released in February 1976) - a milestone in Zimbabwean music history. Also their song 'Musango Mune Hangaiwa' still holds the record for the longest stay at number1 in the Zimbabwean charts (4 months).