- I & I Survived
Infobox Album |
Name = I & I Survived
November 26, 2002
Genre = Dub,
crossover thrash, reggae, ska
Length = 53:54
Label = Reggae Lounge
Darryl Jenifer& Gary Miller
Reviews = *
AllmusicRating|3|5 [http://wc05.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:d9fexqtaldde~T1 link]
Last album = "
A Bad Brains Reunion Live from Maritime Hall"
This album = "I & I Survived"
Next album = "
Live at CBGB's 1982"
"I & I Survived" is the seventh fulllength studio album by
hardcore punkpioneers Bad Brains. It is a mostly instrumental dub album featuring a large amount of reggae, ska, and dub elements with only occasional forays into hard rockand punk music, as opposed to their other albums which are the other way around. The voice of band vocalist H.R.does appear on the album, albeit in sampled form from previous albums.
The album includes new songs alongside completely revamped remakes of a few Bad Brains classics such as 1983's "How Low Can a Punk Get?", two versions of the "
Quickness" classic "Gene Machine," and a dancehall reggaeversion of the usually mellow "I and I Survive." This is their first album in 7 years.
# Jah Love (Jenifer, Miller)
# Overdub (Jenifer, Miller)
# How Low Can a Punk Get? (Jenifer, Miller)
# I & I Survive (Jenifer, Miller)
# Cowboy (Jenifer, Miller)
# Gene Machine (Jenifer, Miller)
# Ghetto (Ray Chinna Shim)
# Rally (Jenifer, Miller)
# September (Ray Chinna Shim)
# Ragga Dub (Jenifer, Miller)
# Gene Machine (remix) (Jenifer, Miller; remixed by Daryl Jenifer and Neil Robertson)
# I & I Survived (Shiner Massive Mix) (Jenifer, Miller; remixed by Will Fulton)
*Dr. Know - guitar & keyboards
Darryl Jenifer- bass, programming & melodica
Earl Hudson- drums
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