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Album Review

Cipes & the People's Conscious Revolution is a curious hybrid of reggae, hip-hop, dub, and rock, helmed by singer/songwriter Greg Cipes. Lyrically at least, Cipes owes most allegiance to reggae, his songs often geared toward uplifting statements of love and unity with some religious/political overtones, as well as some lusty romantic numbers. His voice is not the most attractive element of his music, with a faint warbling quality not unlike Marc Bolan, as dissimilar as his sound is to Bolan's otherwise. The CD is eclectic but in a drifting, easygoing way that doesn't do much to grip the listener's attention, the insertion of a few lines from Bruce Channel's classic 1962 hit "Hey Baby" counting as about the wittiest moment.

Customer Reviews

wounderful album

Songs are quite diverse and there’s something here for everyone! I especially love the energy of the music and the message of many of the songs! the message is very powerful, a message that everyone can follow, not one song I didn’t like. this album really does have the power to unite people! I definitely recommend this album!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Cipes & the People are built around singer/songwriter Greg Cipes, who is also an actor and voice-over artist. They combine reggae with elements of hip-hop and rock on their...
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Conscious Revolution, Cipes and the People
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  • $18.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Reggae, Rock
  • Released: 18 September 2007
  • Parental Advisory

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