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SuperHeavy (Deluxe Edition)

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Wanted to like it but I'm struggling....

It just doesn't seem to work, in their own fields they excel, but together it just doesn't work. It sounds like three or four songs playing at once, I've given it a few goes but its not happening.

Absolutely amazing.

I Love this album. It's one of the best albums ever. Groundbreaking stuff !!!!

hope youve guessed my name.

wow,where to start.well firstly this supergroup certainly live up to its title ,great songs abound the diversity of the members is well and truly reflected throughout. tim rice was right when he named jagger as the greatest lyricist ever ,even after thirty odd sones album the guy keeps churning them out. buy and enjoy.

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

A supergroup of rock, pop, and world music heavyweights, SuperHeavy feature Rolling Stones icon Mick Jagger and neo-soulster Joss Stone along with guitarist/producer Dave Stewart, reggae artist Damian Marley, and Indian musician/composer A.R. Rahman. Formed around 2009 as a result of Stewart and Jagger's mutual love for Indian orchestral music as well as the music Stewart heard in his adopted home of St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica, SuperHeavy began experimenting on tracks backed by Marley's touring rhythm...
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