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For The Love of the Rastaman

by ThreePeace

Michigan's Best Rock and Reggae band according to Google. With Major influences of Bob Marley and The Police, ThreePeace continues thier quest for World Peace through Rock and Reggae Music. ThreePeace the originators of the Skunk Rock Genre.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Austin's City Limits
3:33 $0.99
2. War / Shine On Children
5:27 $0.99
3. Prince William Sound
4:44 $0.99
4. Lay My Life Down
4:36 $0.99
5. Fat Cats
4:06 $0.99
6. Let It Grow
4:52 $0.99
7. Shadow People
3:48 $0.99
8. A Little Reggae Rock
3:18 $0.99
9. Pyroclastic Flow / Roots, Rock, Reggae
4:31 $0.99
10. Now I See
3:34 $0.99
11. Victim of Circumstance
4:09 $0.99
12. One World (Not Three)
4:22 $0.99
13. Gone Away
6:03 $0.99
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Album Notes
ThreePeace "For the Love of the Rastaman" is the follow-up album to the Michigan Bands first release "Empire of the Sun", which received World-Wide airplay and many positive reviews. "For The Love of the Rastaman" is dedicated to the bands musical heroes Bob Marley & The Police. ThreePeace tips their musical hats to the great bands with covers of Marley's "War" & "Roots, Rock, Reggae", and a stunning acoustic version of The Police song "One World (Not Three). However, this album is much more than a dedication to Bob Marley & The Police. ThreePeace also shows their own social conscience on songs such as "Prince William Sound", "Fat Cats", and the modern anthem "Gone Away". The song "Lay My Life Down" with its classic reggae rock groove is sure to become a ThreePeace Classic. ThreePeace is enjoying tremendous success with their first release, "Empire of the Sun". The album was recorded in 2005 in the town of Empire, Michigan in the Sleeping Bear National Lakeshore. The bands sound is rooted in the Music of Classic Rock Bands such as The Police, U2 and Sublime, as well as a strong influence from the Reggae Rastaman himself Bob Marley. Recently this album has been featured on The Jammin'Reggae Archieves show at with the Host Mike Pawka. Likewise, the band was also featured on KUAC in Fairbanks, Alaska and featured on the Round Midnight Riddims Show, with Host Alaska Jahn. This show was broadcast over about 20 repeater stations, which carried the signal into Russia. Likewise, ThreePeace has been featured on, A Sting Fan news site in Europe. They are the feature Artists on groups influenced by Sting and The Police on the Stingus website. The band is currently preparing for a live DVD which will be shot and edited in 2007. The DVD will feature 4 music videos from the past two ThreePeace albums as well as live concert footage. ThreePeace wishes to thank you for your continued support. For more information on ThreePeace visit the Official Band Website at, or on the Official Myspace Music Site at



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Johnathon Blakely

This band is going to the top!
I received the new Threepeace album "For The Love of the Rastaman" through the bands myspace music contest. It is simply one of the best cd's in my collection. The merging of the Rock and The Reggae is masterful. I am certain we will here more about Threepeace real soon. I would put this album up against any classic albums from the past, and this one would probably win! Thats how good it is! Buy it you won't be dissapointed!


Marley would be proud!!!!
For the Love of the Rastaman is a brilliant and stimulating compulation of rock & reggae far more superior than any cd in recent memory. The slick grooves and articulant guitar riffs makes this cd a must have for anyone who appreciates fantastic music. Lay my life down is graciously written & the music becomes part of ones soul. Marley's War combined with Shine on Children is a true tribute to the Peace and Tolerance that He tried so hard to instill in all his music. One World not Three is in perfect timing with the Police Reunion, I am sure Sting himself would be quite impressed by this rendition. Great job guys...Exquisite work!

Frank Johnson

ThreePeace what a unique sound!
I came across ThreePeace on the Fox Rocks Detroit Band Contest. Then I checked out their website! What a great sounding band! I voted for them to open for Styx at DTE! Great Music and I will spread the word! - Frank

Jaime Holand

ThreePeace at Bay Port Fish Sandwich Festival!
I saw ThreePeace at the Bay Port Fish Sandwich Festival and they blew my mind. The band signed posters and gave out free cd's after the show. It was one of the best concerts I have ever seen! If you get a chance to see the band don't miss it! They Rock! Poster is now on my wall! The album Rocks too!

Torrey Jameson

ThreePeace Wanted to pass on the Love!
Just Checked out the new threepeace album on Awesome job on the Marley tunes! These versions really sparkle with the killer Jimmy Hendrix leads trippin through! Thourougly impressed! From Michigan? Hot!

Ear Candy Magazine.Com

For The Love of the Rastaman! Highly Reccomended!
"With a list of influences that include Bob Marley, The Police, Sting, Andy Summers, Jimmie Cliff, Stewart Copeland, The English Beat, Shaggy, Peter Tosh and Ziggy Marley as well as Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Sublime, Green Day, U2, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, John Mellencamp, The Grateful Dead, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan, Grand Funk Railroad, Les Claypool and Rush you just know these guys are going to deliver the goods. Well, they do deliver the goods. This is a great reggae album that deserves a spot in your collection. Highly recommended"

Tommy G

Great Songs ThreePeace!
I just checked out threepeace and found their link on the Police Reunion Myspace Page. Great Reggae and Rock Sound! Keep up the great work guys! I know the boys in blue would appreciate you.


"For The Love of the Rastaman"
Hey all. I met Three Peace online and entered to win one of their cd's. Amazingly I won! I received 'For the love of the rastaman'. I Love It!! I listen to it all the time (and of course, sing along) It's so peacefull and relaxing. It's really quite different from anything Ive heard before. It's a blend of rock and regae. It's hard to pick a favorite from the CD, but if I had to choose I would say 'Prince William Sound'. Listen and see if you like it as much as me....I know you will. :)

Alaska Jahn

For The Love of the Rastaman Rocks !
Another solid Cd from ThreePeace of Michigan. I love the Bob Marley and Police influences with a Three Peace twist. Prince William Sound is a song that goes straight to the heart of Alaskans as we continue to feel the lingering effects of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. I enjoy playing this Cd on my Round Midnight Riddims Show heard on Alaska Public Radio