Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Aswad - Shine (Video Review)

Dubroom (DUB) Reggae Video Review

WWW, October 2007 - Aswad's magnificent track "shine" shows just how commercial Reggae can appeal to the heart and soul of even the Reggae Puritans among us.

Some would claim, the Reggae died somewhere in the 1980's. They wouldn't say it, but the mere fact that they would never check music created beyond that so-called "Golden Age" would reveal it.


Well, let's simply assume they never checked the true vibes behind the music from the 1990's.

Aswad's track "Shine", for example.

This track will make you move and groove fe true. A maximum use of digital technology is applied to create a -then- brand new sound experience. The theme of the lyrics deal with the very same topic, as we're told to "shine into the future"!



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