The Aggrolites have shared stages with a stunning array of high quality artists. Here, they offer their brand of funky old-school ska and reggae, lovingly representing the classic sounds of 70s Jamaica to a generation that has never heard of Studio One. This is their most accomplished set yet, with more soulful settings to feature singer Jesse Wagner's Motown-inflected voice. The record arrives on the heels of the band accepting their first appearance at Coachella, and backing Rancid's Tim Armstrong on his debut solo album.
The Aggrolites have shared stages with a stunning array of high quality artists. Here, they offer their brand of funky old-school ska and reggae, lovingly representing the classic sounds of 70s Jamaica to a generation that has never heard of Studio One. This is their most accomplished set yet, with more soulful settings to feature singer Jesse Wagner's Motown-inflected voice. The record arrives on the heels of the band accepting their first appearance at Coachella, and backing Rancid's Tim Armstrong on his debut solo album.
045778050529
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Format: CD
Label: HELLCAT RECORDS
Catalog: 80505
Rel. Date: 06/09/2009
UPC: 045778050529

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Artist: The Aggrolites
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Firecracker
2. What a Complex
3. Wild Time
4. Feelin' Alright
5. Sufferer, The
6. It's Time to Go
7. By Her Side
8. Brother Jacob
9. Musically on Top
10. Reggae Summertime
11. Ever Want to Try
12. Keep Moving On
13. Tear That Falls
14. Gotta Find Someone Better
15. Lick It Up
16. Least I Could Do, The
17. Runnin' Strong
18. Precious and Few
19. Tonight
20. Soul Gathering
21. It's Gonna Be OK

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The Aggrolites have shared stages with a stunning array of high quality artists. Here, they offer their brand of funky old-school ska and reggae, lovingly representing the classic sounds of 70s Jamaica to a generation that has never heard of Studio One. This is their most accomplished set yet, with more soulful settings to feature singer Jesse Wagner's Motown-inflected voice. The record arrives on the heels of the band accepting their first appearance at Coachella, and backing Rancid's Tim Armstrong on his debut solo album.