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I Revolutionary

by RastaMiles

Take a Journey to Jah with this exciting Roots Reggae album celebrating life, love, and Rasta.
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. My Side
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2. Goodnight
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3. Numbered
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4. Behold
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5. Dark Forces
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6. Medical Incredible
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7. Powers Most High
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8. Irie Man
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9. Fallen Star
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10. Day's Dawn
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11. Rasta Standing Up
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12. 'til the End
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rastamiles is excited to share their passion of Rasta with the world. RastaMiles has been exciting audiences in virginia since 2010, and are ready to share their special brand of Reggae with you.

Nicholas Leach the lead guitarist/vocals. I was born on June 26, 1995 in Springfield, Missouri then moved here to Suffolk, Virginia when I turned 9. I got into reggae music a little before I found Rastafari. October 24th, 2009 is the date I gave Iself to Jah, and since then it's been a great ride. I "made" RastaMiles shortly after. If you pay attention to anything in our songs, let it be the lyrics, cause the message is key. Word, Sound, Power. Bless

This is Steven Ange, percussionist. I was born and raised in Suffolk, VA. I met Chris and Nick in 2010 and started playing Reggae pretty much as soon as I met them. Rastafari saved me from a self-destructive lifestyle, and so I've dedicated myself to spreading the message. Jah bless

My name is Chris Zuniga, I was born in Cleveland Ohio and moved to Suffolk Va when I was 14. My ethnicity is Latino Indian, its from a small country in Central America named Nicaragua. I got into RastaMiles about two years after I moved here and its been a joyfull ride since. We want to spread a message of love, life and happiness. Our music means everything to us and we want to spread the Rasta word throughout the world.


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