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Representing

by Tribal Seeds

The pioneering Reggae sound that links the classic "Roots" with the new era Rock-Reggae.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Representing
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2. Rock the Night
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3. Fill It Up
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4. In Your Area
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5. Moonlight
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6. Ruined
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7. Blood Clot
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8. Undercover Lover
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9. Night & Day
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10. Herb Stock
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11. Don't Wait
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12. Lonely Night
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tribal Seeds' highly anticipated fourth full-length album, Representing, not only reaffirms but solidifies their pioneering classic blend of Roots and new era Rock-Reggae. The album brings you 12 original recordings and features some of the genres favorite stars; Don Carlos, Mykal Rose, Kyle McDonald (Slightly Stoopid), Vaughn Benjamin (Midnite), New Kingston and the band's own, Maad T-Ray and lead guitarist Gonzo.

Album was produced by Maad T-Ray and Tribal Seeds. Mixed and recorded by E.N Young. Mastered by Mike Caplan of Lion and Fox. Recorded at Imperial Sound Recording Studio in San Diego, California.

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ARW

Not what I thought.
Very disappointing, this album was trying too hard with reggae & little bit of ska. So, not what I thought.
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