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Easy Star All-Stars

Ziggy Stardub

    Easy Star All-Stars return with their first new tribute album in over a decade! Ziggy Stardub, a reggae re-imagining of David Bowie's entire The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars album. Features guest performances by Macy Gray, Steel Pulse, Fishbone, Alex Lifeson (Rush), Vernon Reid (Living Colour), The Skints, Mortimer, The Expanders, Samory I, Naomi Cowan, and many others.

    TRACK LISTING

    LP :
    1. Five Years
    2. Soul Love (feat. Mortimer)
    3. Moonage Daydream
    4. Starman
    5. It Ain't Easy (feat. Samory I)
    6. Lady Stardust (feat. SunDub)
    7. Star (feat. Carlton Livingston)
    8. Hang On To Yourself (feat. Fishbone And JonnyGO Figure)
    9. Ziggy Stardust (feat. The Skints)
    10. Suffragette City (feat. The Expanders)
    11. Rock 'n' Roll Suicide

    CD:
    1. Five Years
    2. Soul Love (feat. Mortimer)
    3. Moonage Daydream
    4. Starman
    5. It Ain't Easy (feat. Samory I)
    6. Lady Stardust (feat. SunDub)
    7. Star (feat. Carlton Livingston)
    8. Hang On To Yourself (feat. Fishbone And JonnyGO Figure)
    9. Ziggy Stardust (feat. The Skints)
    10. Suffragette City (feat. The Expanders)
    11. Rock 'n' Roll Suicide
    12. Five Years Dub (CD Only)
    13. Moonage Daydream Dub (CD Only)
    14. Lady Stardust Dub (CD Only)
    15. All The Young Dudes (feat. Kirsty Rock) (CD Only)

    Easy Star All Stars

    Dub Side Of The Moon - Special Anniversary Green Vinyl Edition

      Talk about high concept: 'Dub Side Of The Moon' features the house band of noted New York reggae label Easy Star covering Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side Of The Moon' in the same sequence and in recognisable but reggae fashion. Here, the All Stars turn Floyd's strangely surreal world even stranger and more surreal, adorning the band's dark psychedelic music with slow reggae beats and head-spinning dub-style production that is both inspired and effective. "Money" opens with the sound of bong hits and coughing instead of the cash register, then grooves to a reggae beat as guitar and organ churn out the classic riff - there's even the mandatory sax break in the middle. The group hits it just right on "Great Gig in the Sky", retaining the soaring gospel voice, while the remake of the chiming bells on "Time" reveals a bit of irreverent humour. Tearing away at the alienation of the original, this infusion of new personality makes it all work, elevating the album's concept from the half-baked to visionary.

      Celebrate a decade plus of this timeless and ingenious musical experiment with this release, which includes two new bonus tracks (including a new version of “Breathe” that features Rebelution’s Eric Rachmany along with Metric Man, Ruff Scott and Sluggy Ranks) and new artwork.

      Easy Star All Stars

      Easy Star's Thrillah

        Following their Pink Floyd and Radiohead remakes, Easy Star All Stars - pioneers of covering entire albums, return with their fourth reggae tribute long player, this time tackling the Greatest Selling Album of All Time, Michael Jackson’s 'Thriller'!  Featuring vocals from reggae greats like Steel Pulse, The Green, Luciano, Michael Rose (Black Uhuru), Mojo Morgan (Morgan Heritage), Cas Haley, Spragga Benz and more, "Easy Star's Thrillah" puts a bit of Jamaica in Jacko's disco / soul / pop classics.


        Easy Star All-Stars

        First Light

          The Easy Star All-Stars enter a new chapter of their career with the release of "First Light" - their first full-length album of original material.

          On "First Light" the eclectic, multi-ethnic group builds on its love of reggae traditions and finding progressive ways to expand their craft while showcasing their individual talents. Known for their trendsetting catalog of reggae re-interpretations of classics, the Easy Star All-Stars are taking this opportunity to introduce fans to a different side of the band. "First Light"'s 14-track journey showcases the band members experimenting with songwriting. While some songs remain true to their signature hardcore reggae feel, other tracks ("In The Light", "First Light (Ramblin' Fever)" and "Unbelievable") incorporate R&B, pop, and soul. Founding member and album producer Michael Goldwasser contributes several of the tunes. Other tracks were created by a collaborative songwriting process amongst the members of the collective.



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