Monday, September 20, 2010




WWW, September 2010 - After the countdown, we're being treated to a very majestic intro, with a full band plus backing vocals delivering the right vibe for the rest of the track.

A very smoky voice continues to ride the live riddim after the introduction, asking just why there is so much money spent on rockets to space and military objectives, where love and peace should be running the place.

The band plays tight, obviously they've done this before, including the electric guitar solo which give the music a rock vibe, and a saxophone playing crucially skillfully.

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