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Primal Scream and Asian Dub Foundation will host a 'Free Satpal Ram' night at London King's Cross Scala on November 22.

The event is being held to raise awareness of the plight of Ram, who was jailed for murder in 1986 after defending himself from a racist attack.

As well as DJ sets from ADF and the Primals, it is likely that Massive Attack's Daddy G, David Holmes, Talvin Singh, The Chemical Brothers, Clinton and Jerry Dammers will make an appearance.

Ram is up for parole on December 5 and anyone wanting to support his bid for freedom should write to:
Usha Prashar
Parole Board
Abell House
Islip Street
London SW1P 4LH

Asian Dub Foundation will also play a show at London Kentish Town Forum venue on Thursday, October 14.

You can find out more about the Satpal Ram case and sign the petition on the Asian Dub Foundation website[/url].

Get tickets for Asian Dub Foundation through the Virgin Cola Ticketshop - click here[/url]

Or call the 24-Hour NME Virgin Cola Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.

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