Roots of Creation | The End of the Beginning

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The End of the Beginning

by Roots of Creation

Roots of Creation, effortlessly blend their original Reggae-riddims (Roots/Dancehall/Dub) with Rock/Funk/Jazz. Their heart felt lyrics, danceable grooves, musical communication and instantly "classic" songwriting have ignited R.O.C. to burn up New England
Genre: Reggae: Reggae
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1. One Volcano
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5:21 $0.99
2. Tribute to Gary
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4:18 $0.99
3. 6AM
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4:01 $0.99
4. Hard Dub
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3:54 $0.99
5. Another Song of Freedom
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5:10 $0.99
6. Baby
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4:32 $0.99
7. Fusion Illusion
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6:07 $0.99
8. Mt. Zion
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4:40 $0.99
9. 3 Men in a Tub Dub
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10. Dubby Conqueror
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Album Notes
On the CD "The End of the Beginning" songwriting comes first. The lyrics contain unpretentious, heartfelt expressions of life and spirituality, showcasing many genres of Reggae including: Dancehall, Dub, and Roots with a Rock and Funk core. Tasteful improvisations also add to the unique sound. R.O.C.'s excellent mix of Reggae and Rock combined with a relentless touring schedule, exciting live shows, and youthful energy have helped them to shine the true light of their music to eager new audiences at colleges, clubs, and festivals across the east coast.


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my boys, my sweet sweet boys
what can i say? well since i've been there with you since your sophomore year in college...i think you know how i feel. i love you, yous my boys. just figured i'd write it in here like you haven't heard it enough. saying i love you never gets old and neither does the music. although...put fucking "VOID" on the next CD or i will void you out of my life. thanks. dubby conqueror is super special. like you.


loved it! it has some aspects of all of my favorite types of music.
I never buy cds of bands I have never heard of but I am so glad I did, they really rock. They are really good at fusion and the beats are sick. Track ten is intense, and Mt. Zion is my fav but there all soooooo good. It's one of those cds that you can listen to all the way through without skipping any tracks. love it and listen to it everyday. heather, fredrick MD

one of the best disks i've heard in a loooooong time!
this disk is a must have !! I listen to this disk every day and it never gets old! the music scene was getting depressing with the same old sounds time after time band after band. these guys put true sprit and love into this disk and i would recommend it to anyone.

Paul A.

Radio Play Now!
Too make my point quick. Songs 3, 5 and 8 Should be on the radio by yesterday. Very impressive and unique. Something about the quality of these songs makes me think that no one should underestimate the longevity you will have in the music scene.

Gerald McCrotchinburg

these guys are sooo hot! i mean sexy!
Not only is the cd amazing but they are the hottest band i have ever seen. they look so great on stage, ive been wanting to ask the keyboard player for his # but im not sure if he's gay. so buy the cd, it makes me party all night. and by party i mean dance naked in front of the mirror thinking about Tals slong. mmmmmm


Chill music
It was cool to relax to these guys in concert, and now its great to chill to their music at home. Great cd, it certainly grows on you.

The Hippo Press-Richie Victorino

The End of the Beginning is an entertaining mix of instrumentals, reggae flavors with great vocals, exploratory jams and energetic percussions.
A song like "6 AM" captures the essence of reggae; the ability to sit back, relax, smile and light up ... an incense stick.
But don't label these guys a bunch of reggae-wannabe hippies. They've got talent and variety. "Another Song of Freedom" shows off the band's ability to rap atop rock music, much like G. Love and Special Sauce.