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Solid Ground

The Black Seeds

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a must for any reggae/dub lovers

this is, without a doubt, a must for reggae/dub lovers. the horn arrangements, bass, everything is near flawless. undeniably catchy hooks that drag you in to groovin' jams that simply get better as they progress. and the best part is the lack of repetitiveness, the subtle differences behind each track. whether its a fuzzy dancehall bass on Rotten Apple, or a bright trumpet in Afro Phone. whatever it is the black seeds have me listening to this album on repeat

irie

i barely discovered this group...good vibes..love is a radiation is my favorite

A must have

I have impatiently been waiting for this new release and let me just say The Black Seeds do not disappoint. This is one awesome album! Solid Ground is a must have to add to your collection. 5 stars!

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Wellington, New Zealand

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

Inspired by funk and soul, but even more so by reggae, the Black Seeds took shape in Wellington, New Zealand, in 1997. Their first album, Keep on Pushing, wasn't issued until 2001, but by then, they had already established themselves as a strong live act, and their first release solidified a fan base that spread through France, Belgium, Australia, and Switzerland. The follow-up, 2004's On the Sun, went double platinum in the band's native country. Into...
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