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by Yohe & The Tribal Wad Wiseis

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1. Sweet Home Alabama
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2. Congo Rock Man
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3. Peace In The Congo
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4. For What It's Worth
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Yohe & The Tribal wad Wiseis Lead vocalist Yohe MBUYU , Founder of the band ( The Tribal Wad Wiseis ) started singing at the age of 12 in his native of Congo -Kinshasa , singing in churches and cultural Centers . Later on he joined The Band " Generation 86 " with whom he toured in West Africa and Europe ( Belgium and France )to name a few . Yohe also attended The National Institute Of Arts and Cultural Action ( I.N.S.A.A.C ) in Abidjan ( Ivory Coast ) . He is a silky smooth Voice can be heard on his debut CD called " I JUST NEED PEACE " which he just finish recordind with his Band in Boston . This CD is a blend of Reggae , African Rythm's , Classic Rock , country and a touch of R&B Rythm's . To name a few ,The Tribal Wad Wiseis consist of : - M'talewa on guitar bass - Elbert Rogers on rythm guitar - Paul Muse on lead guitar - Glen Grant on Drums - Sharine Janse on Background vocals - Aghinaï Jah on Background vocals YOHE & The Tribal wad Wiseis.

This Album " I Just Need Peace" is about PEACE in DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO and all Third World Countries where dictatures and Armed rebellions still ruling in the Politic . The Democratic Republic Of Congo (Former ZAIRE) is where Muhammed ALI fought against Georges FOREMAN and won in 1974(The Battle Of The Century). However since 1998 The Democratic Republic Of The Congo was invaded by Rwanda and Uganda in serious violation of The United Nations Charter , of The universal Declaration of Human Rights and in Contradiction of Laws and Moral Values that rule The Contemporary Civilisation. There was GENOCIDE in The Democratic Republic Of The Congo , more than four million ( 4.000.000 ) deaths , innumerable rapes on women and children still being perpetrated by invading soldiers , having as a consequence a very high rate of AIDS/HIV contamination , famine , deforestation and desolation . Thru this song " CONGO ROCK MAN " in The name of GOD , Yaweh , Nzambe , I request the leaders of the world to stop this injustice and occupation in The Democatic Republic Of The Congo in order for the congolese people to recover their human dignity .

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Dear Sir, Madam



I am YOHE BASUMINE MBUYU, a Congolese artist, musician & Civil Rights activist and former Refugee, representing the victims of war and Genocide in The Democratic Republic of The Congo.
The Democratic Republic of The Congo (Former ZAIRE) is where Muhammad ALI fought and won "The rumble in the jungle" against George FOREMAN in 1974 (The Battle Of The Century).

Since August of 1998, The Democratic Republic of The Congo was invaded by Rwanda and Uganda in serious violation of The United Nations Charter, The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in contradiction of laws and moral values that rule contemporary civilization.

There was Genocide in The Democratic Republic of The Congo, which resulted in more than Four (4) Million deaths. Innumerable rapes on women and children are still being perpetrated by invading soldiers, having as a consequence a very high rate of AIDS/HIV contamination, famine, deforestation and desolation.

To protest against this mass injustice and the international community silence towards Congolese Drama, I've recorded and released since July12, 2003 my debut album: I just Need Peace.
In order to help Congolese women, refugees, children and other victims of this Aggression War, Genocide and Invasion, I am collecting Forty (40) million dollars from the profits of my debut album: "I Just Need Peace".
A portion of the money will be invested to build a Women and Children's Hospital in the city of Kisangani (East of Congo) in order to treat and prevent the spread of AIDS/HIV contamination. The development of some schools and libraries in The Democratic Republic of The Congo will also be established.
My music is available online at Apple iTune, Napster, Rhapsody, AOL and MSN digital music services.
I am looking for more than 5 Million people to download my music online in order to help my project development for The Democratic Republic Of The Congo.
Through my effort in support of Human Rights and Moral values, I've created since November 2002 a Non-Profit Organization named "Jamaa Green & Peace."
The goals of my organization are to Fight against Poverty, Armed Conflicts in Africa, to promote Environmental Protection and provide legal assistance to Congolese Refugees.

All Nazis and all those which had made a pact with the Nazis during World War II were brought to justice to answer for their crimes of Genocide and crimes against humanity. Paul Kagame of Rwanda, Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and their Congolese accomplices should not be an exception to the rule for their crimes of Invasion, War and Genocide in The Democratic Republic of The Congo.

I am asking the entire world for assistance to help The Democratic Republic of The Congo and Congolese people as they assisted and continue to assist all innocent Victims of war, Genocide and natural calamities.

With kindest regards and warmest wishes for a Peaceful World, I remain,
Sincerely and fraternally,



YOHE BASUMINE MBUYU

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Cher Monsieur, Chère madame

Je suis YOHE BASUMINE MBUYU, Artiste Congolais & Activiste des Droits de l'homme et des Citoyens, ancien réfugié. Je représente volontairement les victimes de Guerre et de Génocide de la République Démocratique Du Congo.
La République Démocratique Du Congo (Ex : Zaïre) est le pays où, en 1974, pour le titre mondial, Muhammad ALI a battu George FOREMAN. Ce fut la bataille du siècle appelée communément par les médias Anglo-saxon « The rumble in the jungle ».

Depuis Août 1998, la République Démocratique Du Congo fut injustement envahie par le Rwanda et l'Ouganda, en violation grave de la Charte des Nations Unies, de la Déclaration Universelle des Droits de l'homme et des Citoyens, et en contradiction avec les lois et valeurs morales qui régissent la civilisation contemporaine.

Du Génocide en République Démocratique Du Congo résulte plus de quatre millions (4 millions) de morts, des viols innombrables qu'exercent encore aujourd'hui les soldats des pays envahisseurs sur les femmes et les enfants Congolais. Ceci a pour conséquence un taux élevé de contamination du SIDA/HIV, de graves problèmes de famine, de déforestation et une désolation certaine.

Afin de protester contre cette massive injustice, la désinformation et le silence de la communauté internationale sur le drame Congolais, j'ai enregistré mon tout premier album : « I Just Need Peace», dans l'intention de sensibiliser le monde entier sur le Génocide en République Démocratique Du Congo.

Dans le but d'aider les femmes Congolaises, les réfugiés Congolais, les enfants et autres victimes de cette Guerre d'invasion et Génocide en République Démocratique Du Congo, je suis entrain de réunir une somme de Quarante (40) millions de dollars sur la vente de mon tout premier album : « I Just Need Peace».

Une partie de cet argent servira à construire un Hôpital, 'Women and Children's Hospital' dans la ville de Kisangani (Est de la République Démocratique Du Congo), dans le but de traiter et de prévenir l'extension du SIDA/HIV. Le développement, la réfection des écoles publiques et des bibliothèques sont aussi à l'ordre du jour.
Ma musique est disponible sur le digital music services des sites Internet suivants :

1) Apple iTunes
2) Napster
3) Rhapsody
4) American Online (AOL)
5) MSN

Je suis à la recherche de Volontaires,plus de 5 Millions de melomanes à télecharger sur internet mon album : «I Just Need Peace »,pour aider à la realisation de mon projet de développement pour la République Démocratique Du Congo.

Au travers de mes efforts pour le respect des Droits de l'homme et des valeurs morales, j'ai crée depuis Novembre 2002 une Organisation Non -Gouvernementale dénommée : « Jamaa Green & Peace » » qui a les objectifs suivants :

1) Lutter contre la pauvreté
2) Lutter contre les conflits armés en Afrique
3) Promouvoir la Protection de l'Environnement
4) Assister les réfugiés congolais

Si les Nazis et tous ceux qui ont pactisé avec eux furent amenés devant la justice afin de répondre de leurs crimes de Génocide et des crimes contre l'humanité, Paul Kagamé du Rwanda, Yoweri Museveni de l'Ouganda et leurs complices Congolais ne doivent pas échapper à la règle relativement à leurs crimes d'Invasion, de Guerre et de Génocide en République Démocratique Du Congo.

Je demande au monde entier de bien vouloir témoigner de leur solidarité et apporter assistance à la République Démocratique Du Congo et aux peuples Congolais comme cela fut le cas pour d'autres innocentes victimes de Guerre, Génocide et calamités naturelles.

Avec tous mes voeux de Paix pour un monde meilleur,
Sincèrement et fraternellement,




YOHE BASUMINE MBUYU

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Curtis Lowell

outstanding track with a great message
Music: The track is pure love all the way. The rockin' sway of the groove and the island melodies are just right for a sweet soul experience. The beautiful melody is uniquely African in that it is equally rhythmic and melodic. The harmonies become the melody through the unique resolution of the chords. 9 Lyrics: Some of the words are a little hard to hear. I recommend playing with the mix a little bit to see if you can make the words slightly more distinct to the ear because the words tell a good story and carry a good message. 8 Arrangement & Production: Perhaps it's because of the MP3 but this mix sounds very compressed. The arrangment and the recording seem to be very good, but there is not much space between the instruments and vocals. This can be good because compression gives you a punchy track, but also makes the words more difficult to hear in the process. 9 Lead Vocal: The lead vocal is really the harmonized vocals, which sound awesome. As I mentioned in a previous review, I love the Gladiators, also the Mighty Diamonds and The original Wailers because of the fantastic vocal parts. You fit into that category and do an excellent job of carrying on the tradition. 10 Musicianship: Solid as a rock again. The idiom needs the true pulse to be this infectious and you have it down. Just the right balance between rhythm fills and space for the groove to do its' thing on the track. The vocals also punctuate the track rhytmically as well as harmonizing a beautiful melody. 10 Originality: You didn''t write the book but you know it by heart. To have your own sound in any idiom is where Originality in pop music exists today. Too many years of genre defining records make it difficult to totally break new ground all the time. So, instead, musicians strive to do the genre justice in their stylings. You hit the high mark here. 9 Marketability: As big as the reggae market is, you can do it. That market is much bigger overseas than here in the US. While we may see big dollars over time because of so many music lovers in our country, the Caribeean and Mediterranean markets for this kind of music are much more thriving. 9 General Comments: Another outstanding track with a great message. Average Score 9.143
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Curtis Lowell

I think the lyrics are very good "protest" style words.
Industry Review of Peace In The Congo Reviewed By: Curtis Lowell The song review below, is the opinion of only one accredited music industry professional. Whether you have scored high or low on the MakeaStar.com scale, we do not suggest you quit your day job or set fire to your instruments just yet! How to interpret Review Scores Industry Review of Peace In The Congo Category IRB Review Score Music: This track reminds me of the Gladiators great record "Sweet So Till" because it has the dark rhythm and sweet vocals that make such a good combination. There are times when the track drifts slightly, so I would recommend getting a tight focus on your various vocal and instrumental melodies and song sections. Making some of the sections shorter will add variety to the track. 8 Lyrics: I think the lyrics are very good "protest" style words. The message needs to be pushed more towards the front, though. For instance, in the background vocals you start with "Babylon" being repeated at one point and then add "Babylon, get out the Congo". Why not start with "Babylon, get out the Congo"? Get the focus more on the words and the message. 9 Arrangement & Production: As I mentioned in the "Music" section, this arrangement is very good, but the parts seem to go on for longer than they stay interesting. The recording and the mix sound good, but a tighter arrangment will help this track from getting too repetitious. 9 Lead Vocal: The vocals sound great, especially the lead. The only problem I hear is the vocal being a little too far down in the mix. The words should be heard more distinctly to keep the narrative of the song in focus. You have a message, so get it into people's heads. 9 Musicianship: All the players are terrific and stay in the pocket rhythmically and stylistically. You have lots of different instruments on this track and all of them stay in character throughout the track. No parts jump out as too much, but stay as integral parts of the track. 10 Originality: It''s hard to make totally original music, but if you make a distinctive mark so that your version of the music sounds like you and only you, then you''ve hit the mark. You all do this well on this track. The impact is only blunted by the repetition of some of the sections, so "do the tighten up." 8 Marketability: There is a lot of "world" music out there these days, plus the reggae audience doesn't seem to go away, so I think you have a great opportunity to be heard if you can focus your track more tightly. It wouldn't hurt to listen to the Wailers with Bob, Bunny and Peter for ideas about how to keep the tracks more focused, like a single for the radio. If you want the long arrangments, then spice up those longer passages with more great instrumental parts. 8 General Comments: I love this track, but it needs editing to give its' greatest impact. Average Score 8.714 This song has qualified to enter the contest
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