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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by RumPuncher, Nov 25, 2005.

  1. RumPuncher

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    jamrock

    Discussion started by RumPuncher - Nov 25, 2005

    I was going to make a thread before called:
    Please give it a rest Bob about Bob Marley.
    Well not the man himself, but the people who keep
    putting out a greatest hits disc ever 2 years. We get it already

    I'm so sick of hearing the fratboys playing Bob Marley to death.
    There's so much good reggae from that era that never gets played.
    Burning Spear and Third World are far better bands than Bob's backups.
    Give them a shot, you'll be glad you did.

    but then... I just heard the Jamrock disc by Damian Marley,
    and I'm glad that the Marley line is still making tunes.
    [​IMG]
    yeah... I've probably been sleeping on this one... but I'm wide awake now.
    It's so good to hear modern reggae that isn't the usual 'hate-everything'
    dancehall or the whitewashed Sean Paul bullshit. Yeah.... cop this album.
    [​IMG]
     
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    RumPuncher - Replied Nov 25, 2005

    DAMN.... and there's a cover of Pimpers Paradise.
    That's my favorite Bob Marley track, and this version holds the torch.
     
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    Tough Love - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    ive always wanted to know about some good reggae, but never really got any good names that i could download until now.
    i will check out the stuff you mentioned for sure
     
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  4. RumPuncher

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    RumPuncher - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    something worth grabbing..... Steele Pulse (I think they have a greatest hits disc)

    one of the tightest bands I've heard heard.
     
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    GucciCondom - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    Him and Nas have a new video out. Pretty ill.
     
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    ego maniac - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    In search of good reggae?
    look fer sum
    Desmond Dekker
    Derrick morgan
    Judge Dread
     
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    I uh... listen to Barrington Levy.
     
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    i enjoyed it.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    [​IMG]
     
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    You know, what the hell? Fuck fuck, shit, tits.
     
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    Big Bruno - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    I'm always thinking about names for dogs, for when I decide to drop the money for mine. Well, I can't name it 'Marley', because I'm not a pothead.
     
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    RumPuncher - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    ^ I think Remy is a great name for a Dog.
     
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    MrJackDaniels - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    that tunes been kicking about for a while now...

    well enough to be now cheesy and played out in clubs over here.

    "out in tha streets, they call it MURRRDAAAAHHHH"/

    mtv bleep out "murder" now.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    i'm sorry, but no matter how much i try to like reggae, i can't. i just don't get it. reggae just makes me want to kick the shit out of the stereo. even back in the day when my every waking hour was dedicated to taking way too many drugs, i still couldn't put up with it. it's up there with techno in the "if you play this garbage in my presence i am going to murder you in your sleep for having no taste" category.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Nov 26, 2005

    *note - i can stomach dancehall or whatever it's called. at least that shit is dedicated to ignorant bullshit like killing people
     
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