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Bedouin Soundclash

Sounding A Mosiac (Re Release)

Side One Dummy 71267

Released on May 10, 2005


Ontario's Bedouin Soundclash has emerged as a young group refusing to be classified, while blurring the lines of reggae and rock. Look for them on the Vans Warped Tour this summer.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 When The Night Feels My Song Voted #1  24%
2 Shelter Voted #3  11%
3 Living In Jungles  5%
4 Money Worries Feat. Vernon Maytone  8%
5 Gyasi Went Home  11%
6 Shadow Of A Man  5%
7 Jeb Band Voted #2  14%
8 Criminal  3%
9 Murder On The Midnight Wire  1%
10 Music My Rock  5%
11 Rude Boy Don't Cry  5%
12 Immigrant Workforce  2%
13 Nothing To Say  7%
14 Money Worries (E-Clair Refix)  0%
15 Rude Boy Abroad (Lazare Breakdub)  0%
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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Jun 22 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Very good, stripped down, roots raggae. Great voice with very catchy ska/raggae music. Great music for a summer party or BBQ. Up beat, blue collar lyrics that are both introspective and socially aware. I can hear some Bob Marley and Jimmy Cliff influence, but definitly has it's own style and sound.

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Sam from Vancouver, WA 
Jun 14 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Ive listened to bedouin Soundclash through various compliations over the past few years and I was really hesitant to buy this cd because I thought that I probably already heard all of their stuff.I decided to go out on a limb and buy this cd and I am very glad that I did.Their organic sound along with great lyrics allows you to sorta go into a trance.Great album to relax and chill

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Jack from Mt. Top, PA 
Apr 21 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Make no mistake here, this is in no way punk rock. Now that 98 % of all people who started reading this are gone, let us continue the review.This is some great stripped down dub reggae with a little bit of rock steady ska here and there. It is a great album to just relax or chill out to(however you may choose do so). The harmony singing is amazingly done on here, and as far as canadiens go the lead singer of this band is almost dead-on to Bob Marley's singing style (nix the jamaican slang and accent). Also some pretty good driving music. If you are a fan of Bob Marley, and not just because he is a pot-culture icon but because you actually like reggae music,then you will probably enjoy this album very much.

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