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Who Is That Mad Band?

by The Process

2016 beholds the long awaited release of the new full length album from Detroit's Rock Reggae Madmen, THE PROCESS. With guest artists Dick Wagner, Adrian Sherwood, Little Axe, Ghetto Priest, Lord Kimo, David Harrow, Mikki Sound and Lee Perry.
Genre: Reggae: Dub
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1. Mystery Babylon
3:37 album only
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2. Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
4:02 album only
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3. Tribute (To the Heroes)
5:11 album only
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4. Fire Is Burning
5:23 album only
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5. Dear Mr Fantasy
6:46 album only
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6. The Lion of Judah Hath Prevailed
5:10 album only
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7. Psalm of David
6:31 album only
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8. It Is No Secret
3:55 album only
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9. Gypsy Wind
4:48 album only
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10. Time Has Come
5:09 album only
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11. Return the Treasures
4:17 album only
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12. Treasures Dub
4:14 album only
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13. Fire Is Burning (Dub Version)
8:31 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
2016 beholds the long awaited release of the new full length album from Detroit's Rock Reggae Madmen, THE PROCESS.
The album, entitled "Who Is That Mad Band?", features a stunning array of guest artists, including one of the final
recordings of the late legendary rock guitarist Dick Wagner (Alice Cooper, Lou Reed), as well as Dub music Legend Adrian Sherwood, UK Vocalist Ghetto Priest, former Asian Dub Foundation MC Lord Kimo, Dub/Blues artist Skip "Little Axe" McDonald, Electronic Music Producer David Harrow, and the voice of the legendary Reggae Artist Lee Perry.
Over five years in the making, the album captures THE PROCESS delivering it's most diverse and cohesive statement yet, fusing Reggae, Rock and World Music into a seamless aural experience, sure to please long-time fans of the band, as well as the uninitiated. The CD will be released in July, 2016, so do yourself a favor, and find out WHO IS THAT MAD BAND? GET PROCESSED!

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Thomas Michael

THE Soundtrack of my summer, 2016!
So good, played it in the house, and the bass frequencies shook everything.Played it in the car, sounds amazing there, too.
It's a deep and wide musical journey, doing what would seem impossible, successfully: Merging the rockers and reggae traditions of Jamaica, the U.K., and Michigan with a healthy dose of dub/remix, Afro-Cuban Mento and even a touch of electronica for good measure. The pool of talent alone should make this a must-have for any lover of reggae music: Lee Scratch Perry, Adrian Maxwell Sherwood, Ghetto Priest, Skip McDonald, David Harrow, Dick Wagner (RIP), Mikki Sounds, L K Lord Kimo, David Asher in no particular order. Get yours now.
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Rikk Mueller

Who Is That Mad Band?
I have to say the new CD is a work of art. From the harmony of notes the drums the effects and the guest musicians . Dave's voice has a tone so inviting with talent. Again you guys blew my mind. I can't seem to get enough of it. I love all the songs even the remake of mystery Babylon. My favorite gypsy wind. You guys are amazing.
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Album Review of The Process Who Is That Mad Band? At CultchaClash.com
I wasn't familiar with Detroit's The Process before their current album Who Is That Mad Band? was sent to me via file transfer by their vocalist and co-founder (alongside Garrick Owen), David Asher. It immediately got my attention due to contributions from some of my musical heroes from the On-U Sound & Tackhead camp - namely Adrian Sherwood and Skip "Little Axe" McDonald as well as Ghetto Priest, David Harrow and the Mighty Upsetter, Lee "Scratch" Perry.
Upon further research I found that the band has been fusing Rock & Reggae since 1989, ("On a mission to fight ignorance, apathy and social retardation," says their website), they have produced 8 albums and several singles (available Here). Besides the On-U Sound collaborators, there is a Mothership connection in the band as well, with drummer Gabe Gonzalez who played with the P-Funk All-Stars. The album also features one of the last recordings from Dick Wagner, a name previously unfamiliar to me but after some research it became apparent that I'm well aware of his work with Lou Reed, Alice Cooper and Kiss to name but a few.

The 13 song album is strong all the way through, starting with the rocking "Mystery Babylon" that would appeal to a fan of Bad Brains heavy Reggae sound. Next comes "Dr. Jeckyll & Mr. Hyde" on which genetic modification becomes the topic. "Tribute (To the Heroes)" is one of my favorites on the album, as the title implies an homage to the legends, with a hype steppers riddim and an ill clavichord track, it's definitely a powerful tune. More Roots, Rock, Reggae on "Fire Is Burning," the dub of this one is also included and is well wicked! "Dear Mr. Fantasy" has a driving electronic rhythm with a ballad-like feel. There's more Rasta-Inspired consciousness and progressive Reggae on "The Lion Of Judah Hath Prevailed" and "Psalms Of David." On "It's No Secret" there is a strong world-roots vibe. "Gypsy Wind" is another Reggae rocker and "Time Has Come," with it's unique structure and sparseness, has an On-U Sound feel without a doubt.
"Return The Treasures" brings more reality lyrics from Ghetto Priest and Lee "Scratch" Perry and brings it once more with a super-tough dub.
The only complaint I have about this album, being the vinyl fiend that I am, is that it is not (yet) available on wax. If it were within my powers to press it myself, I would but I understand that that isn't a cheap...shall i say, Process. Big Up The Process, keep doing what you do! :) selecta j-cut
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