5 Songs, 19 Minutes


Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5

282 Ratings

282 Ratings

Iration does it once again


LOVE THIS ALBUM. Iration never fails to impress me with their musical talent and ability to change up their sound, but still sound like the roots band I fell in love with. A must have for any fan!

Not Definitive Iration


Except for their Summer Nights single, this is Iration's first output since Time Bomb took the band to completely new heights. These tracks just do not hit as hard as songs like Electricity, Wait and See, Time Bomb, and Dream. I hoped -- to no avail -- that the guys would re-record Summer Nights, much like they re-recorded Wait and See for Time Bomb. Regardless, Iration makes great music, and I will continue to buy whatever they release. Hopefully they can get their groove back on the next one. Keep jamming, guys.



I wish it could have been a full release, but something is better than nothing. Timb Bomb will be a tough one to beat for sure. Fresh Grounds is a little more mellow than I expected, but it is still some great chill and easy flowing music. If you are an Iration fan don't hesitate to buy it, you will not be dissapointed. I'm glad to see they're keeping a similar sound and putting out more music.

Iration, COME TO VIRGINIA TECH! SOJA comes all the time and you guys would combine to make an amazing concert. You should get in touch with SOJA's people and work something out. I'm about to graduate soon so we have to make this happen soon! Goodluck guys.

About Iration

Although all members originally hail from Hawaii, the reggae-rock group Iration launched their career in Isla Vista, California, a college town near Santa Barbara. With their laid-back sound and pop melodies, the band was an instant hit on the California college circuit. In 2006, their growing fan base got a chance to bring a little Iration back to the dorm when the band released its New Roots EP. The next year saw them release their debut album, No Time for Rest, which featured a guest shot from reggae legend Mikey Dread. A tour with Pepper followed in 2008 along with the EP Sample This. Touring kept the band busy until 2010 when the album Time Bomb arrived. They revisited the EP format a year later with Fresh Grounds, while their 2015 release Hotting Up topped Billboard's Reggae Albums chart. A year later, they topped Billboard's Reggae Albums chart again with Double Up, an acoustic album featuring reworkings of past hits. The single "Fly with Me" appeared in 2017. ~ David Jeffries

    Isla Vista, CA




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