Rock for Light (Remastered)
Download links and information about Rock for Light (Remastered) by Bad Brains. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 41:54 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative|
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|5.||I and I Survive||5:13|
|6.||Banned In D.C.||1:57|
|9.||F.V.K. (Fearless Vampire Killers)||0:58|
|14.||Rock for Light||1:36|
|15.||Rally Round Jah Throne||3:58|
|16.||At the Movies||2:16|
|18.||How Low Can a Punk Get?||1:49|
|19.||We Will Not||1:34|
After the tinny sound quality of the band's debut, the second Bad Brains album came as a real blast of sonic fresh air. Producer Ric Ocasek is largely responsible, but the increased tightness and focus are also a function of maturation. This band was a weird bundle of contradictions from day one: black Rastafarian instrumental virtuosos playing hardcore punk, formerly the exclusive domain of white, aggressively atheist musical amateurs. That last contradiction would come to full musical flower on I Against I, but Rock for Light shows the band at the height of its punk energy. "P.M.A.," "Joshua's Song," and "Coptic Times" are typical examples of Bad Brains' unique blend of punk velocity and Rasta ideology. When they suddenly swing into mellow reggae (on "I and I Survive," "The Meek," "Rally 'Round Jah Throne," and the dubwise instrumental "Jam"), the effect is like some kind of pleasant musical whiplash. The 1990 CD reissue of this album was remixed by Ocasek and bassist Darryl Jenifer, and it includes several bonus tracks.