Listening to the album puts you in a whole new world. Instead of sitting in your room, you feel as if you’re on a beach in Jamaica. That’s the feel this album provides.
It’s not the normal kind of album I review, but with that in mind, it isn’t bad. It’s very mellow and relaxed; you could easily find yourself swaying along to it.
I can’t quite pick a favorite, but the one that stood out the most to me was the title track, “Love and the Human Outreach.” That is because the introduction is in a foreign
language, until a small child says, “Greets from the human race.” Or something along those lines. It was unique, and I liked that.
To give this album a rating, I’d have to say four stars, because it’s the first reggae album to ever keep my attention for more than a minute.
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