Lex Justice | Crazy World

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Crazy World

by Lex Justice

Feel good reggae/world music for the soul.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crazy World
4:18 $0.99
2. Where Is Your Love
3:37 $0.99
3. Fly on the Wall
5:44 $0.99
4. Emergency
6:26 $0.99
5. Hate Is Love
3:39 $0.99
6. Drug Dealah
4:05 $0.99
7. Kingston to Bombay
4:37 $0.99
8. Love Heart Soul
5:22 $0.99
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Album Notes
The aptly titled 'Crazy World' from Lex Justice is the eighth studio album from front man, songwriter and guitarist Alex Varughese, an imposing figure with a physique that wouldn’t look out of place in a WWE ring. A seventeen year veteran of the industry including stints as roadie, stage manager and bodyguard, Varughese has an impressive pedigree, with bands Sugakane, Kingdoom and Econoline Crush to his credit. Under the moniker Lex Justice, Varughese embraces his love of reggae with eight tracks infused with a rock and pop sensibility that immediately impresses with the opening track and title song. An instantly catchy opening riff over a reggae beat and Varughese's soaring vocals lamenting life in these complicated times sets the tone followed by the bouncy `Where is Your Love’ a deceptively bright number about a love gone cold and emotions run high on 'Fly on the Wall', a story of betrayal and unfaithful love. A talented stable of musicians contribute to this crisp package of songs including keyboardist Roger Smith of Tower of Power and Cam Macleod of Edmonton’s own White Wolf on guitar as well as Varughese's Econoline Crush bandmate Greg Williamson on drums and Septimus Alexander on horns.

Tracks like 'Emergency' showcase Smith’s and Macleod’s work underneath plaintive vocals and introspective lyrics from Varughese extolling the Rastafari faith. 'Hate is Love' and 'Drug Dealah' prove Varughese has brains and muscle, with lyrics that decry hatred and selfishness but where there's music there's hope found in the driving 'Kingston to Bombay'.

The closing track, 'Love Heart Soul' shows a continued belief in music and humanity despite the heartbreak and this collection of well crafted songs finds an artist bent but not broken by years in the trenches, still willing to trudge the path of love and faith to survive in this 'Crazy World'.

- Todd James
K-97/Capital FM Radio On-Air/Music Director



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