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The Expanders

by The Expanders

The long anticipated first formal release of the San Fernando Valley's premier reggae band "The Expanders".
Genre: Reggae: Roots Reggae
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1. Evilous Number
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3:37 album only
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2. Something Wrong
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3:32 album only
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3. Moving Along
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3:39 album only
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4. Follow It
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3:33 album only
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5. Careful
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5:26 album only
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6. Think Ruler
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2:51 album only
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7. Merciless Deeds (feat. Alex Desert & Deston Berry of Hepcat)
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3:03 album only
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8. Turtle Racing (feat. Jah Faith)
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4:25 album only
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9. Race Is Run
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3:56 album only
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10. Gone Away
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3:30 album only
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11. Down In the Valley
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12. Snow Beast
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The long anticipated first formal release of the San Fernando Valley's premier reggae band "The Expanders". 12 original tracks of some of the finest new reggae dedicated to the memories of Bruce Malament, Roy Shirley, and Alton Ellis.


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Sean Forde

Some fantastic songs with first rate musicianship
This is a fantastic album and I doubt there is even one weak track on the album. I must admit I've never heard of this group before but I am so glad that I have now. Now this is what reggae should be like - good songs, original rhythms and fine musicianship. Please add this album to your collection if you like reggae played with real instruments.