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The Copacetics

by The Copacetics

Ska, Rocksteady, and Reggae infused with Soul, Jazz, and Doo Wop.
Genre: Reggae: Ska
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Summer's Coming
3:19 album only
2. Same Mistakes
2:41 album only
3. By the Hand
4:24 album only
4. Time Hard
3:06 album only
5. Howl At the Moon
3:16 album only
6. Blood from a Stone
3:06 album only
7. Why
3:25 album only
8. When the Sun Goes Down
4:00 album only
9. The Conquest of Cool
4:34 album only
10. Reputation
3:34 album only
11. Version Coming
3:21 album only
12. Dubutation
3:32 album only
13. Pickle's Dub
3:25 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Only a few months into the 2015, and the Copacetics have hit a home run with their debut album. As a whole, the album is recorded/mixed well and has that professional sound of a band that has been at this a very long time. What really impresses me the most about this album is the variety of styles represented, between traditional ska, dub and even swing. This is a feat that some more experienced bands cannot pull off. As mentioned earlier, I probably could not sit through (or skank through) an entire album of dub or instrumental songs, but this added to the ever-changing feel of the album, and is its greatest strength. The instrumentals are top-notch both when playing together and during the solos. I really appreciate the fact that almost every instrument between the organ, guitar and horns has their own solo some point along the way. While the raspy vocals certainly are not grating or annoying, I feel that the lead singer is at his best during some of the more mellow numbers such a “Reputation” and “Summer’s Coming.” None the less this is a great album that I want to listen to again and again. Although this is their first release, The Copacetics are head and shoulders above many bands in the scene today. I know it’s way too early to say, but this will be a definite contender for best ska album of 2015. Overall Grade: A-"



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