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Monty G: Revolution

Revolution [CD] $ 3.99
Track List
play 01 Got To Know DJ Frost [MP3] $ 0.99
play 02 True Love [MP3] $ 0.99
play 03 Hey Christian Party [MP3] $ 0.99
play 04 Know Right Now [MP3] $ 0.99
play 05 Jesus Christ Be For Us [MP3] $ 0.99
play 06 Who You? [MP3] $ 0.99
play 07 Youth Stand Strong [MP3] $ 0.99
play 08 Behave [MP3] $ 0.99
play 09 Ready [MP3] $ 0.99
play 10 Revolution [MP3] $ 3.99
play 11 Eenie-Meenie-Miney-Moe [MP3] $ 0.99
play 12 Just Imagine [MP3] $ 3.99
play 13 Got To Praise Him [MP3] $ 0.99
play 14 Life Over Death [MP3] $ 0.99
play 15 Das A Vibe [MP3] $ 0.99
play 16 Christian Man Will Rise [MP3] $ 0.99
play 17Come To The Altar [MP3] $ 0.99
play 18 Revolution (UrbanRemix) [MP3] $ 0.99
play Revolution (Complete Album) [MP3] $ 3.99

This is an album that doesn't sound very much like what it actually is. What with all the rock-hard, bass-heavy urban reggae grooves and DJ
Monty G.'s gruff rockstone-style delivery, the casual listener --
especially one with a limited ability to decipher Jamaican patois --
could be forgiven for assuming that this is just one more raggamuffin
dancehall guns-and-punany album. Look at the song titles and listen
closely to the words, though, and something very different emerges: This
is actually one of the better examples of what is coming to be called
"gospel reggae," and it's not even very subtle about its agenda. With
song titles like "Jesus Christ Is for Us" and "Come to the Altar," Monty
G. is making no attempt to disguise his intentions. Like most music
that is written to promote a specific message, be it religious or
political, it stands or falls primarily on its purely musical merits --
which, in this case, are significant. Monty G. is joined by a
respectable crowd of singers and fellow DJs that includes DJ Frost and a
vocal crew called Lion's Pride; the latter help him out on the
supremely catchy neo-roots groove of "Eeenie-Meenie-Miney-Mo."
Everywhere, the rhythms are watertight and propulsive, and Monty G.
rides them all with supreme confidence and skill. The evangelical
message does get just a bit heavy at times, but not really any more so
than the Rastafarian message does on classic roots reggae albums. Highly
recommended. ~ Rick Anderson, All Music Guide 


Track List

  1. Got To Know
  2. True Love
  3. Hey Christian Party!
  4. Know Right Now
  5. Jesus Christ Be For Us
  6. Who You
  7. Youth Stand Strong
  8. Behave
  9. Ready
  10. Revolution
  11. Eenie Meenie Miney
  12. Just Imagine
  13. Got To Praise Him
  14. Life Over Death
  15. Das A Vibe
  16. Christian Man Will Rise
  17. Come To The Altar

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