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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

172 Ratings

Good Stuff


Good One, Take Me On and Chocolate n Roses were the standout tracks for me. It's tough to compare it to their other albums, but another solid album for sure

The Green Keeps Growing!


If you're a fan of The Green, this album is a little different and more progressive. It shows their growth as musicians and artists and as a band. This album has so much to it that even if you're not a fan of The Green you will find something on this album you like, will love it and then be roped into the rest of their stuff!

Thanks The Green for this album!

About The Green

One of the first bands to take the sound of Hawaiian reggae to the world, Honolulu's the Green are a six-piece outfit whose self-titled debut album was voted Best Reggae Album of 2010 by digital users. After cousins Caleb Keolanui and JP Kennedy put their previous band, Next Generation, to rest, they recruited Ikaika Antone and Zion Thompson to form the Green. Their self-titled debut appeared in 2010, and went on to win Best Reggae Album at Hawaii's 2011 Na Hoku Hanohano Awards. A year later, both the EP Love & Affection and the album Ways & Means would appear on the Easy Star label. Hawai'i '13 followed in 2013, with production coming from frequent Jack Johnson collaborator Danny Kalb. ~ David Jeffries

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