The Aggrolites - Reggae Hit L.a.
Stars of the very recent Tim Armstrong Ska record, "A Poet’s Life," Aggrolites follow up their outrageous Hellcat debut of a year or so ago, "40oz. To Freedom," with another hot hot hot set of horn and horniness-driven rocksteady sure to please any race with ears.
Bot all is reverence to the Black ark, however. The title track and "Well Runs Dry (Free Soul)" manage to inject some ill Detroit Funk into the mix, and hell, "Hip to It" slows the beat down to an almost mellow vibe. But the bulk of this is just straight-on, fun high times that shake the walls and are sure to bounce many an ass. Gutiars and horns rule here, with drumming as intricate as geometry and heavy as my liver. Crank this up and, if there is a Jah, one of those bootys just may bounce your way. Another public service message and skanky roof shaker from Aggrolites.
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on 2007-06-16 hstisgod Said:
Huh? Aggrolites follow up their outrageous Hellcat debut of a year or so ago, "40oz. To Freedom," Aglites are dope, but are you sure about this statement?