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Northern Shore

by Threepeace

Michigan based Reggae Rockers return with their 5th studio album "Northern Shore" kicking out a batch of Irie grooves in the mold of their heroes Bob Marley, The Police and many other Rasta Rockers, catchy melodies, trippy guitar and solid grooves!
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Spirit of the Son
3:57 $0.99
2. Our Song
5:15 $0.99
3. Hemp Oil
3:43 $0.99
4. The More Things Change
3:27 $0.99
5. Can of Bliss
6:33 $0.99
6. Body Bags
3:32 $0.99
7. Quarter Mile
2:36 $0.99
8. Love Love
3:49 $0.99
9. Northern Shore
3:44 $0.99
10. Father, Mother, Sister, Brother
6:32 $0.99
11. Hemp Oil Demo Version
5:45 $0.99
12. Moonlight on the Water (Demo Version)
6:09 $0.99
13. Moonlight on the Water (Instrumental)
6:04 $0.99
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Album Notes
Michigan based THREEPEACE returns with their 5th studio album "Northern Shore" in the mold of their musical heroes Bob Marley and The Police and their many other Reggae Rasta Rocker influences. Speaking of The Police, I couldn't help but notice this is the 5th THREEPEACE album and the first song, "Spirit of the Son" mentions "Synchronicity" in it. Perhaps THREEPEACE and The Police have some synchronicity of their own. The band continues to grow in their songwriting and has also developed some different feels on this album, in addition to the Reggae Rock they are known for. On this album the band continues to dive into topics as social critics. Their song Hemp Oil, dedicated to cancer patients being denied their rights to use hemp oil as a life saving treatment, touching on Dr. Sanjay Gupta from CNN and the FDA along the way. Also pointing out the availability of hemp oil as a fuel source. Then comes the tongue in cheek laughter track "Quarter Mile", complete with a trumpeting elephant, exposing the stereotypical Hollywood Barbie doll, fixated on her weight and the weight of everyone around her! LOL! A slam on tabloid trash magazines celebrity weight issues and a reminder to just be yourself! The title track of the album is "Northern Shore" and the the spirit of that song, combined with the Michigan air, delivers a haunting spiritual track that eases the album into the softer grooves that come as a flow in the closing of the album. Likewise, "Father, Mother, Sister, Brother" speaks to each of our own self conscience regarding our view of the less privileged we cross paths with in this world, and a reminder to have compassion. The cover art is none other than that of the Mackinaw Bridge giving this album a authentic "Northern Shore" feel hand painted by Leftee & Big R. On the song "Body Bags" the band touches on the crime wave that runs through their home town of Flint Michigan. This song originally composed long ago, seemed as relevant today as it was back then, thus the band decided to release it on this compilation. If you have listened to THREEPEACE in the past, you are aware that the current of social awareness is something that flows through their songs and the vibe of their music, and that is something that continues on this album. The band has nailed the sound and vibe they have set out to create, complete with stronger melodies and very catchy singable melodies running through the songs, for example "Spirit of the Son", "Our Song" and "The More Things Change". The band closes the album off with a instrumental called "Moonlight on the Water" which is the perfect song to listen to with a Michigan sunset and cold one, it floats you right out there with the Great Lakes surf! THREEPEACE fans are going to no doubt love this album, it takes you on a musical journey which touches on all era's of the band, while carving out new areas to explore and adventure! Big R's guitar playing is a haunting Jimi Hendrix experience cutting through the tracks, and Leftee's drumming is spot on the reggae groove ala Stewart Copeland. The band continues to grow around the world for good reason, these songs are a return to a time where the message and the music mattered, as well as the concept of a album! Northern Shore is definitely a THREEPEACE album you will want to add to your collection. We will be adding this album to our station rotation as soon as it is released and I really enjoyed being able to put the first review on it! Highly Recommended! Very Good Listen! - Michael Geromes Program Director at Michigan Top Hits Radio. - (© 2016 Sheehan Sound Engineering, publishing administered by ASCAP. Recorded at Mt. Zion Recording Studio in Otter Lake, Mi, Overdub and Mastering at Sheehan Sound Engineering Studios in Grand Blanc Mi, Mastering at Channel Fuse Media Memphis, Tennessee)



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