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|Posted By: bashier|
Posted On: Aug 4, 2006
the first time i heard army was on the eastbound collection and i think the three army's songs they put there are some of his great first work and his eastbound collaboration was a real strong come up so i recommend everyone who likes to hear more army to check out this joint. also u can't really pick the best army's album cuz the three of them sound truely roots and conscious, the song writing is powerful and army's voice is smoother than ever, he knows how to approach the music with his passion combining his rootful skills that he gained from the best roots artists like sugar minott and Luciano, i suggest you start with the professional work he done on his latest album "rasta awake" this going to make you pick up the rest of his albums. i think army is going to be a reggae legend in few years n' yall gotta witness the saga from the beginning n' don't sleep on this kid aiight. roots for ever, rastaman live up!
|Posted By: stefan from romania|
Posted On: Jul 23, 2005
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after i listened to the album the first time,i didnt liked it,i found it kinda monotone,like all the songs sound the same,but after listening to it severl time i started to like it more and more :) i liked his first 2 albums alot,army has really nice smooth voice,i think it sounds different on rasta awake tho, but still nice and i was happy to see the drop of this 3rd one,of course sound is different due to different production and it sounds good,i think.songwriting,i find it nice this time too,maybe in my opinion the other 2 albums had better songwriting but its still nice on rasta awake too and the lyrics are very nice,postivite,inspiring and meditating,i think the best song is "don't move my moutain" ,the message in this song is crucial! over all,a good album