Gregory Stephens | Late Owl

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Late Owl

by Gregory Stephens

On his ninth album, Late Owl by Gregory Stephens he is closest to creating a landmark on parallel with the most assured, unashamedly danceable album encompassing dub reggae melodies and post-punk vocals.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Keep Movin Forward
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2. Come Back to Me
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3. Late Owls
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4:02 $0.99
4. Crazy Smile
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5. Don't Like Babylin
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6. Better Days
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7. Out of the Woods
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8. Use the Tools
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9. Let Go Babylon
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10. Lose the Fight
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On his ninth album, Late Owl by Gregory Stephens he is closest to creating a landmark on parallel with the most assured, unashamedly danceable album encompassing dub reggae melodies and post-punk vocals. It is the antidote to the consumer focus groups and hit-writers too scared to tamper with the formula. Late Owl is a refreshingly modern music with a sonic size and ambition that goes towards justifying Gregory Stephens as the premier artist of our age who has stumbled upon a personal disillusionment that says there are no laws governing what can be written. This has led to a brave and beautiful album of humanity, hurt and hope; an absolute masterpiece.


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