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Customer Reviews

It'll Grow On Ya.

It's a Bad Brains album, Cool Mountaineer is classic, Justice Keepers is great, God Of Love rocks, I could do without the programed drums, not needed, I wish they'd play these songs live. Good follow up to Rise, good to have the Hudson Brothers back.

one of my favorite Bad Brains albums.

this album is amazing.

Bad Brains should have steered clear from Madonna's Maverick Records!

This is an unusual Bad Brains album. I say this because it contains mostly reggae songs and very little of the punk rock they are so famous for. I'm not saying their reggae is bad, but, on this album it is particularly bland and pointless. The only punk rock songs on this album are "Cool Mountaineer," "Justice Keppers," "God of Love," and "Tongue Tee Tie." All of the songs sound very disorganized as if the band put this album together at gun point.


Formed: 1979 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

By melding punk with reggae, Bad Brains became one of the definitive American hardcore punk groups of the early '80s. Although the group released only a handful of records during its peak, including the legendary cassette-only debut, Bad Brains, they developed a dedicated following, many of whom would later form their own hardcore and alternative bands. As for Bad Brains themselves, they continued to record and tour in varying lineups led by guitarist Dr. Know into the late '90s yet never managed...
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