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Dat Iz Voodoo

by Orange Sky

Voodoo Rock, heavy metal/reggae from Trinidad. Linkin Park hooks with Korn presence, Black Sabbath’s mystery and The Wailers spirit.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Yesterdays and Tomorrows
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2. Is There Anybody There?
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3. Alone
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4. Dark Room
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5. Roses
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6. Rainbow
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7. Psycho World
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8. Never
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9. Run
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10. Second Wind
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11. The End
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12. Closer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Port of Spain, Trinidad based rock act Orange Sky rose to major status on their home island by supporting the likes of visiting artists such as Skid Row, Hatebreed, Six Feet Under and Ludacris. Style wise, the band blends modern-edged Metal and Rock with Reggae infusions. So popular throughout the Caribbean is the band that the Trinidad and Tobago Ministry of Tourism officially named them International Ambassadors. In mid-2005, the band acted as support for Adema, then followed with two tours supporting Yngwie Malmsteen throughout North American in 2005 and 2006. The band took much of 2007 to develop and record their forthcoming release, DAT IZ VOODOO. Under the umbrella of StarCity Recording Company, Orange Sky is poised to vault into the world rock and metal area in 2008 with a summer tour across the US planned to coincide with their CD release.

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Stephen H

Excellent performers with a broad musical spectrum
This album is a bit heavier than their previous album which hopefully doesn't turn off too many. Because there really is a wide variety of styles and sounds to be found in the tracks within.

I've seen Orange Sky twice in the Pennsylvania / New Jersey area. Once two years ago in 2006 in central New Jersey. And this past month at the Crocodile Rock Cafe in Allentown, PA for their 2008 tour. The guys have excellent chemistry on and off stage. The energy emanating from this band is explosive at times, but never stops completely. They are what I'd call a "Sleeper" band. Newcomers really don't know what they are going to get until it hits them. I believe many people are surprised by the sounds that these guys generate.

Listening to their music, it is hard to tell whether they're a Metal band trying to appeal to a broader audience, or a rock reggae band trying to appeal to the metal-heads. Though from hanging out with them off-stage, I can tell you that these guys enjoy metal.
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Sunil Beharry

Dat IZ Voodoo
This album is one of the most original i have ever heard. The band can compete with any of the big guys out there and deserve all the hype they receive. Can't wait for Orange Sky to hit the UK so I can go see them. This album is in a word - Awesome.
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Christine McIlhenny

Dat iz Voodoo
Heavy Guitars and drums are matched with equally impressive, and thunderous vocals on this cd! But don't be surprised, there's more.
Orange Sky takes political messages from their people to the top brass of Trinidad & Tabago in a stirring way that should make any government official quiver in their boots to answer! So along with intense metal instrumentals, you also have music with meaning as the guys deliver their message which in these times, is easily universal in theme.
Traditional Raggae tunes like "Is There Anybody There?" Make you want to move and sway to the familiar feel and progressions of what has made raggae so popular to begin with. You won't be able to keep from singing along to it!
Just when you think the guys will blow you away with another metal intensity, they'll surprise you with their softer side. Demonstrating their range, versatile abilities, and even, dare I say it, emotions on tunes like "Rainbows" and the poetic, "Never" beginning with soft melodic keys and building in intensity in the true style of a metal ballad, with rich melody, tight harmonies, then coming full circle and once again implementing beautifully soft keys to finish out the piece.
Intense and powerful drumming by Obasi Springer will lead you to believe the guy has 3 or 4 feet on several bass pedals at once! Impressive, relentless, exhaustive!
The cd is a head turner you should not miss!

Have seen the band live now twice, w/My friend Mel. We highly recommend, as everything they play is as good live as it is on the disc!
Don't miss!

Christine McIlhenny
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rachel sherratt

Great Return
Any bands second album needs something special when the first wipes the floor with its competitor's efforts, this is more than special.
Every track is a gem waiting to be discovered & track two, Is There Anybody There?, lends itself to an Orange Sky make-over that would do the Scorpions proud.
Coming from Trinidad & Tobago you get a generous mix of influanes, most notable being reggae & metal but there is more to their music with a host of influances.
Unfortunately they seem set for the U.S. market, we in the U.K. might have to wait awhile to see them live, just hope I dont have to wait too long
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Jaime

Another great album!
Love the new songs and the remake of the older ones! Great job again!
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Rob

Great Album!!
Finally, after keeping my fingers crossed for almost 2 years, Orange Sky delivers an album that is not only well worth every penny, it is also well worth the wait. Rock&Roll radio station DJ's around the world will have a field day with this cd as In my humble opinion there are at least 7 songs that could easily place in the top 10.
Orange Sky was not relaxing during their hiatus, they were drawing up new war plan! With this awesome new cd in their arsenal they will surely be a force to be reckoned with.
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Christopher Yee Mon

Orange Sky strikes again
Orange Sky have put out another amazing title with Dat Iz Voodoo, expertly merging Reggae, Calypso and Metal, and they manage to do it without sounding gimmicky. It becomes clear when you listen that the music is genuine and they have a firm grasp of the intricacies of each of these genres in order to bring them together in such an exquisite package.

Those who heard the previous international offering, Upstairs, from 2005 would be pleased to know that the quality of the recording this time around is much higher although a bit loud.

The lyrical influences seem to draw much more on the island political landscape of their homeland of Trinidad and Tobago, moreso than in Upstairs, although it seems to, generally speaking, accurately represent the climate of the US at the time of its release.

I\'m hard pressed to find much wrong with the song quality here. Almost all the songs here have great melodies and awesome guitar solos. There\'s a remade version of The Scorpions - Is There Anybody There , that people should appreciate.

My personal favorites are Rainbows, which is the most balladic song on it, although its not really a favorite when I love all the songs so much. Other high points include Roses, Yesterdays and Tomorrows, Alone (which was also on Upstairs but benefits from the rerecordings quality), Second Wind and Closer.
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