Wednesday, April 23, 2008



WWW, April 2008 - Tappa Zukie's "Revolution" sets the tone for a 37 minute selection of heavyweight and militant Rockers, Dub, Dancehall and Roots that may definitely carry the name that it does.


As we move from one riddim into the next, we feel strength within ourselves to move forward and chant down Babylon one more time.

Reggae Revolution, a Righteous Revolution! While the music hits, we feel no pain but it goes straight to Babylon head as well. The show takes us straight back to the 1970's and onward as we are being treated with a flood of musical militancy.

When the 37 minute mix ends with an energizing Drum 'n' Bass call to a (Reggae) Revolution, we surely gained some necessary strength.




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