Lights of Tomorrow

by The Devastators

Released 2012
Peaks and Valleys Productions
Released 2012
Peaks and Valleys Productions
The anticipated 3rd full-length studio album, 14 tracks/70 minutes of original roots reggae and dub with guest appearances by James McWhinney (Big Mountain), Kevin Kinsella (John Brown's Body/10ft. Ganja Plant), and Luis Castillo (P.O.D./Milintica)
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The Devastators - Lights of Tomorrow
Their debut disc Frontline was plenty impressive. Their followup Better Days managed the not-easy task of topping the first one. Now, with Lights of Tomorrow, this San Diego band reaches and surpasses the bar they set so high. The Devastators' mix of roots reggae, funk and dub has had hometown audiences dancing for more than a decade, and the way they lay down a recorded sound minus any interference …
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Better Days

by The Devastators

Released 2008
Peaks and Valleys Productions
Released 2008
Peaks and Valleys Productions
70 minutes of original reggae music and dub in the vein of 70's era roots reggae. Real instruments and players, no programmed beats, drum machines, or pitch correction.
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The Devastators second full-length studio album entitled "Better Days." The album features 15 tracks (over 70min!) of original material by the SD reggae four-piece. Fans of the bands debut album "Frontline" should appreciate the continuity with the new record. Like "Frontline" the album was recorded, mixed and mastered at Peaks and Valleys Studio by Alex Somerville. The services of percussionist Christian Mills were commissioned once again, as was graphic artwork by Rion of lefthandrightmind Creations. A …
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Frontline

by The Devastators

Released 2005
Peaks & Valleys Productions
Released 2005
Peaks & Valleys Productions
The debut album featuring a soulful mix of roots reggae, dub, & a touch of funk,...nearly 70 minutes of music featuring real drum and bass & the old school sounds of Hammond organ, clavinet, and piano.
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The Devastators released their long overdue debut album entitled "Frontline" on the Peaks and Valleys Productions label in Nov of 2005. Inspired by classic Roots Reggae from the 70's and early 80's, the album showcases all original material and live instrumentation in a variety of Reggae styles.

Here are some independent reviews of "Frontline"

***jahworks.org***
Review by: Tom Orr
10/31/06


If the name of this band suggests their brand of reggae is on the rough and …
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