12 Songs, 50 Minutes


Spring-loaded reggae rock with assists from Collie Buddz and Mr. Williamz.


Spring-loaded reggae rock with assists from Collie Buddz and Mr. Williamz.


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
58 Ratings
58 Ratings
Heathbarzz ,

This cd is actually worth buying

The only song that I skipped over was "on top", besides that song this cd is solid. I enjoyed the last song on the album "wild time" if Brand new did a song with Rebelution it would probably sound like this. This cd is especially good for shower beers!!

Ian G. Tatanka ,

Yes yes yes

I'm listening to this movement album and it's everything I've wanted to do in music. This album is ground breaking. A perfect example of how North America has made a stamp on reggae music. This album is top notch next level. I'm getting every vibe from JBB to sublime but it's all movement all day.

Alific Music ,

Love the new album! One of their best yet!

This is one of those albums that shines in audible ways! It has been on repeat and is an great addition to my TOP favorite albums of all time. The band is great and this album is proof they'll be around for a long time. Amazing album

About The Movement

Born in Columbia, South Carolina but later based out of Philadelphia and then San Diego, reggae-rock group the Movement was formed in 2004 by a trio of Sublime and Pixies fans. Mixing their two collective favorites, along with a slew of other reggae and rock influences, Josh Swain, Jordan Miller, and John Ruff aka DJ Riggles launched the Movement with their "alternative reggae" debut, 2004's On Your Feet. Two years later, Riggles left the band, but Swain and Miller soon met Chris DiBeneditto, a Philadelphia-based producer who had worked with like-minded acts like Slightly Stoopid and G. Love & Special Sauce. Relocating to Philadelphia, the duo recorded 2008's Set Sail at DiBeneditto's Philadelphonic Studios. Gary Jackson joined the group on drums and Jay Schmidt joined on bass, but in 2012, Jordan Miller left the group. This trio version of the Movement released the album One More Night in 2012 before moving to San Diego to record a fourth effort. The results, Side by Side, landed in 2013 and debuted on the Billboard Reggae Albums Chart at number two. ~ David Jeffries



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