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San Marcos River Reggae
September 6th, 2010
9:00PM - 10:30PM The Original Wailers
7:30PM - 8:30PM The Movement
6:00PM - 7:00PM Full Service
4:30PM - 5:30PM Ashes Of Babylon
3:30PM - 4:15PM Tin Can Phone
2:30PM - 3:15PM Chris Boomer
2:00 - 2:30PM DJ Ras Gilbert
$10 In Advance
When I first listened to "Trouble Standing" years ago one thing came to mind, Sublime style music is back!! For good reason this album never leaves my rotation, kind of like 40oz to Freedom. The opening track "Dirty Girls" sets the tone for this excellent album with great lyrcis like "Looking forward to the aftermath when we can all legally buy pot". The state of California must have heard this song. Another tune that should be considered a classic even though its only 4 years old...
The opening song, “Recession”, had me dancing before the lyrics even started and is more on the traditional roots side of things. The lyrics cast attention towards....
I am sure there are a good amount of you out there hoping for something original and unlike the rest when it comes to the Reggae Rock scene. Well if you like a little metal/trance with your reggae then this album is for you. Souldub literally rips your face off and punches your skull with their newest release Catchabuzz. If that definition isn't enough then you get a few well known artists giving their endorsement on the album. Give it a shot and take a listen above. You may like what you hear.
This album speaks for itself. One listen and you are guaranteed to be hooked. Since I bought the album less than a week ago, I have already listened to it at least two dozen times. HaleAmanO has been around for 3 years now but you would think it been longer than that with such a sick album like this one.
Jon Wayne and the Pain have really put themselves in a league of their own with there second release Follow Through. I cant tell you how refreshing it is to hear an album that doesn't follow the typical mapped out structure for an album in this scene. Jons lyrics alone stand on a new level that is something that can elevate this scene to new levels. Lending their talents to the album are a few of Slightly Stoopids members Christofer “C Money” Welter and Daniel “DELA” Dela Cruz. If your looking for an album that blends Sublime, Long Beach Short Bus, and Slightly Stoopid rolled into one then look no further.