The Tropicals
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The Tropicals


Band World Reggae


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"Puts You In The Right State Of Mind"

I saw these guys at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and was very impressed. This album is great and I highly recommend it for those of you looking to escape to the islands without actually leaving whatever room you’re sitting in. - Jerome from I-Tunes Music Store

"I love it!"

There's really not much more to say, you have everything I enjoy about music, creative expression filled with human spirit, and ...personally...when ever a steel drum is brought into the mix with any accompanied parts, I gotta say it works for me on levels I can't express. All I can do is simplify and say "I love It!".

- -Biggins-FerretsInBathtubs

"A MUST HAVE:*****! 5 STARS"

This amazing soundtrack allows you to enjoy the music of the tropics in Hawaii, Florida, and South America, in your home. You like hot weather, tropical scenery, tropical music, you like The Tropical’s album, Liming On The Island! - m4 from I-Tunes Music Store

"Instant vacation!"

This CD just makes you feel good within the first few notes. Most tunes feature the steel drum - sends you right into the kitchen to start whipping up some rum drinks! - Ruth from


The Tropicals - Liming On The Island



Back in 1989, the concept of the strolling reggae band was first introduced to Central Florida. The Tropicals made their debut as a trio featuring acoustic guitar, percussion and “pan around the neck” (steel drums).

In the spirit of Jamaican mento bands, always on the move, this group of roving natives is well known for their highly interactive presentation. The current line-up, “the tropicals at their best”, is an all acoustic recording featuring bass, percussion, cuatro, and guitar.

Fresh from the Caribbean... sand, surf and sea ... we invite you to savor the sweet flavor of this latest tropical release by this strolling band of natives. Features all acoustic instruments including the steel drum. Very familiar songs like "Lion Sleeps” and “Watermelon Man.”