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Common Ground

The Steady Rebels

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1
Little Continent
The Steady Rebels
3:39
2
Grandiosity
The Steady Rebels
4:53
3
Circle
The Steady Rebels
4:00
4
Treading Water
The Steady Rebels
4:53
5
Stone Foundation
The Steady Rebels
4:12
6
Enigma Dub
The Steady Rebels
4:02
7
Calibrate
The Steady Rebels
4:31
8
Common Ground
The Steady Rebels
7:04
9
All In
The Steady Rebels
3:46
10
Voices
The Steady Rebels
4:45
11
Frustration Corp.
The Steady Rebels
4:12
12
New Wave Political
The Steady Rebels
5:20
Total Playing Time    55:17
Common Ground is the debut album from the Steady Rebels, a nine-piece alternative reggae group from Mississauga, Ontario. Built around a core of friends with a history, the band released an introductory EP Motion in 2014 and quickly become recognized for musically explosive and articulate anthems, displaying traces of influences that range from Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Bedouin Soundclash and O.A.R. to Less Than Jake, Bob Marley, Burning Spear and Steel Pulse. The Steady Rebels fuses a vigorous sound to a positive message stuffed with funky horn lines, in the pocket grooves, screaming organs and soulful vocals.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Steady Rebels Studio Masters

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