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Wild Suspense
Wailing Souls
Wild Suspense
Genre: World Music
 
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Featuring tempo shifts and their well known harmonic stylings the Wailing Souls score big with this... there is no known equivalant in reggae. Jet Star. 2004.

      
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All Artists: Wailing Souls
Title: Wild Suspense
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Universal/Spectrum
Release Date: 5/1/1995
Album Type: Import
Genre: World Music
Style: Reggae
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 731452402929

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Featuring tempo shifts and their well known harmonic stylings the Wailing Souls score big with this... there is no known equivalant in reggae. Jet Star. 2004.

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CD Reviews

Good, Not Great
Trevor B Kaplan | Hilo, Hawaii United States | 07/26/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Truthfully, I love the Wailing Souls. I don't know a reggae fan that doesn't. But I honestly disagree with the notion that this is their best material. It is certainly in the same category as their awesome roots vibes of the 70's, and far better than the synthesized music the band would later stray toward (ugh!), and both the sound quality and packaging are great (it comes with the entire dub album on one cd), but I definitely prefer "Firehouse Rock" and "The Very Best of The Wailing Souls". Certainly check those two albums out!"
Not their best, but darn good
tony penders | Bangor, Maine | 11/10/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"featuring tempo shifts and their well known harmonic stylings the Wailing Souls score big with this... there is no known equivalant in reggae to the up and slow tempo (within the same tune) as Row Fisherman Row- pay the money strictly for that... the rest of the album is good, but their best (as we all know if we are fans) is Firehouse Rock, one of the two or three best reggae albums ever released. Haven't ever heard of them? Buy their early stuff- the late 80's, early 90s music is garbage. I have heard rumours that their recent releases have gone back to their roots, but until I hear it, I ain't believin' it. tp"