The Plates | Earth Moon Version

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Earth Moon Version

by The Plates

an uptempo psychedelic punk reggae dish spiced with Keith Moon and Stewart Copeland style drumming, distorted Stooges-style bass, and retro Iroy style dancehall Jamaican singing like a mix of The English Beat meets Minor Threat.
Genre: Reggae: Dancehall
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Iroy Vibe
5:38 album only
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2. Sidewalk Hustlin
4:09 album only
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3. Earth Moon Version
2:25 album only
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4. Machine Gun
1:22 album only
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5. Riot Squad
3:07 album only
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6. Cross Reference
2:01 album only
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7. M16
3:30 album only
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8. I Man Born Ya
4:43 album only
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9. Carnival
1:57 album only
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10. Riot Version
3:31 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Plates is a Punk/Reggae collaboration between original Samples drummer Jeep Macnichol and Uk/Bronx vocalist Stero Lion. "Earth Moon Version" is their 2nd album and showcases rawness, experimentalism, and lo-fi sensibilty in delivering a Punkish Reggae psychedelic attitude. Recorded at The Blasting Room studio(owned by Bill Stevenson from Black Flag and The Descendants), this album was recorded in a month and captures a fire and unpolished tone inspired by Who drummer Keith Moon. The lyrics offer social and political commentary with grooves riding a high energy mix of bashing and melody. If you like the English Beat or first couple Police albums along with 70's style Jamaican dancehall artists like Iroy and Dillinger, you will fully enjoy the vibe of "Earth Moon Version" .

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