Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date
  Album review
Reggae Party
Neon Prophet
Neon Prophet Records
CD
31-07-1997


Tracking list

  1. Reggae party
  2. All the people
  3. 21st Century
  4. Anytime
  5. Got to find love
  6. What I feel for you
  7. Aim to please
  8. Who cares
  9. Remember when
  10. Babylon kingdom
  11. Miracle
  12. How the west was won (the remix)
  13. Dub party
  14. What I feel for dub
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)

Vocals : 3/4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 4 Sleeve : 3/4


"Reggae inna Arizona stylee" (but strongly related to the Jamaican reggae) can be heard on Neon Prophet's self-produced "Reggae Party". From the opening title-track to the closing dubversion of "What I feel for you" this album rocks and grooves with a positive feel and spirit. "Reggae Party" ranges a broad spectrum of contemporary reggae styles, varying from roots rock reggae to dancehall to dub, all captured in a real "live" sound, complete with horns and some nice guitar solos. It's "Reggae Party" time and everyone's invited !
NOTE: This album is mixed by Barry O'Hare (also playing all instruments on "How the west was won") at Grove Studios, Ocho Rios, Jamaica W.I. Need we say more ?!

Teacher & Mr. T.