The Aggrolites offer their brand of funky old-school ska and reggae, lovingly representing the classic sounds of 70s Jamaica to a generation that has never heard of Studio One. This is their most accomplished set yet, with more soulful settings to feature singer Jesse Wagner's Motown-inflected voice.
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Spencer from Irving, TX
Jul 28 2009
Man these guys kick arse. Although I would say this album is more northern soulish than they're previous releases...which I would say are more traditional reggae sound with the "dirty l.a." twist. This would fit right in at Trojan Records back in the day.
Tom from Bay Village, OH
Jun 8 2009
I have been following the dirty reggae sound since I first saw them with The Aquabats supporting their 2nd Album and it amazes me how true they stay to their sound. But I do prefer more of the instrumental tracks they leaned towards on there first two albums. With this album IV you definitely get your money worth with 21 track at an hour and 15 min. I had wished it would have been quality over quantity thought but good over-all. Dirty Reggae.