Pacific Vibrations / Eastern Sun
Album:Eastern Sun Collection:Reggae
Artist:Pacific Vibrations Added:Feb 2005
Label:Pomponio Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2005-03-21 Pull Date:2005-05-23 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:May 22May 15May 8May 1Apr 24Apr 17Apr 10Mar 27

Recent Airplay
1.Feb 22, 2006:The Dub Space
4.Sep 28, 2005:Dub Space
2.Feb 01, 2006:The Dub Space
At this Time
5.Jul 11, 2005:BluJi's Asphyxiation
Too Much
3.Jan 11, 2006:BubbaDubba
Too Much
6.May 16, 2005:Black and Blue
The Throne's Come Down

Album Review
Reviewed 2005-03-14 
2nd album of lighthearted California style reggae from Santa Cruz.
Much like Sublime without the guns and negativity.
Fine appealing voice with a beautiful Jamaica
vibrato. Tight band but weak harmonies.
Wanted to hear more of the horns, but there is a
goodly dose of them here.

1) straight horned reggae
2) very Sublimy
3)* Pretty song, sorta reggae
4)** catchy melodica phrase in subtle reggae w/ soul section and sax
5) Love at the dance
6)* transcend your brain, Guit&trump solos
7) heartfelt ballad, not reggae
8)* easy beat, good feelings
9) got tired of this fast
10)** squonky dub w/ flute & keys 6min
11) bouncy mellow love song
12) good thoughts

Track Listing
1.Butterfly 7.Better Days
2.Roots Living 8.Halawa Moon
3.The Throne's Come Down 9.Wait this Through
4.Too Much 10.Pomponio
5.One Connection 11.On My Way
6.At this Time 12.Open View