TUGG | Slow Chill

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Slow Chill

by TUGG

A powerful mixture of reggae rock. The midwest's hottest up and coming alternative reggae band delivers with Slow Chill. Featuring reggae legends Mad Professor & Pato Banton this album surely won't disappoint. A song for everyone...
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Mexico
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3:56 album only
2. Revolution (feat. Mad Professor & Pato Banton)
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3:37 album only
3. Don't You Go
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3:21 album only
4. Stand Down
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3:29 album only
5. Kingston Town
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4:31 album only
6. PCH
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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T.U.G.G. is an exciting 4-piece band hailing from Wisconsin’s western border. Their music is a fun, danceable mixture of reggae and rock. The band’s latest release “Slow Chill” offers listeners a truly remarkable journey into the band’s sound. The first track,” Mexico” offers a very relaxed, acoustic take on a reggae groove and features a memorable chorus line. The second track, “Revolution” has a positive roots reggae and dub feel to it. The track was produced by the legendary Mad Professor and features vocal collaboration from reggae singer Pato Banton. The third track “ Don’t you Go” has pop sensibility while evoking a rustic acoustic sound similar to John Butler Trio or Jack Johnson.


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sheep

nice
how can something so cheap be so good!for lovers of surf rock reggae,pepper,slightly stoopid and the like.these guys hold their own and do it well.kick back and enjoy!