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Our Faith

by Human Rights

Reggae rock featuring the lead singer of Bad Brains.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Fatherless Children
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5:49 album only
2. When You're Forsaken
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4:01 album only
3. Here I Am
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5:49 album only
4. Revolt
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7:13 album only
5. Our Faith
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5:07 album only
6. Rest Stop
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5:25 album only
7. For the Love of Jah Nation
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3:43 album only
8. Good to Go
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9. We Sight
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4:30 album only
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Album Notes
Bio/ by Sandra Brennan

Iconoclastic, enigmatic and angst-ridden are words used to describe former front man for the punk/thrash metal group Bad Brains, H.R. (Ras Hailu Gabriel Joseph I). A devout Rastafarian, H.R.'s songs, a seamless blend of singing, rap and African chanting, demand social and economic equality and an end to oppression and racism. He got his start with the Washington, D.C.-based Bad Brains, and sang with them through the '80s. H.R. periodically left to pursue his own career, returning only to make a few quick bucks. He infused their music with his own brand of reggae rhythms, which they called "rasta-core," but grew disillusioned because fans were more interested in their hardcore sound than the message of love he was trying to convey. Compared to the rough-edged, riotous energy of the Brains, H.R.'s reggae was mellower as can be heard in his late '80s album Singin' in the Heart (SST) which he recorded in between Bad Brains' I Against I and Quickness. H.R. left the band for good in 1989 and has since worked on developing his solo career.

The "OUR FAITH" recordings went on to influence a worldwide audience with two European tours and three U.S. tours promoting both of the Railroad Records HR releases.



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