Third Eye Reggae Band
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Third Eye Reggae Band

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The best kept secret in music


"Reviewed by XDLX"

Yes of course its reggae just very good reggae

My stars come from ryme with reason and true feel for this reggae. Its true that reggae is reggae tell death due us eternally but this has its unique sound.
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"Reviewed by Dharma"

A Prime Example of Roots Reggae

Roots Reggae has an uplifting effect on me, and Third Eye Reggae Band are no exception. Songs such as Concrete Jungle make original Roots Reggae stand out from the newer genres. The recordings are rich and delicately textured, and the lyrics are worthy of Nesta Marley himself.
Third Eye Reggae Band are a prime example of Roots Reggae, and until their albums show up in British music stores, I will hope to hear more of their fine songs hosted here.
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"Reviewed by prorene"


good songs, nice live!
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"Reviewed by muzikman"

tuff tuff tuff !!!

big tunes,nuff respect!
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Nice music...really good....I like the feeling allot....
I'm trying to put a little more substance to my music,
but yours is great... Thanks again....

"Reviewed by"

Hey guy, you rock, The NJ area is definitely looking for your sound around here... If you wanT your name ouT send any free merchandise and I will spread iT as far as I can..


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Great stuff you've got there!

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Hello, my name is Edward Burke, I'm an avid reggae fan, and a student at St. Michael's College in Colchester, Vt. I also host reggae, jazz, and world beat show on WWPV 88.7FM, the campus station. I'm listening to a dub of your version of Bob Marley's "Concrete Jungle" right now through, and i absolutely love it. I would say you guys are definitely keeping the roots alive, and I would be willing to play your music. -

"Reviewed by Zapparulz2000"

Hey, I just heard some of your music on and I think it's great. I'm from a suburb from D.C. (Temple Hills,MD)
who's a Reggae,Dub,Dancehall and Ska fan. I'm just wondering what venues are you guys going to be performing at?

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irie, and blesses for all my bredden.....jah guides iand i so high...
very great brothers, im from lima, peru, and im interested of having the band playing arround here.....there
are going to come at the end of from all south america..rastafari bands of course....messAGE OF SEALASIE


Shadow of the Pyramid cd
Rights of Man cd
Third Eye Compilation cd
Putamayo presents the Best of Reggae (compilation cd)
Eyes of the Dub cd


Feeling a bit camera shy


Washington D.C. based Third Eye is a truly international band that unites musicians from the Caribbean basin. The band members have been playing together since 1981 and have developed into a high-energy, Roots Rock Reggae band known for instrumental dubs and subtle international influences. The name Third Eye is derived from the Egyptian symbol of the all seeing,metaphysical Third Eye of consciousness. It suits them perfectly, for the original sound they produce is hypnotic, mystical and powerful.

They have toured all over the U.S. and has shared the stage with artists such as Third World, Burning Spear, Israel Vibrations, Jimmy Cliff, The Wailers, Black Uhuru, Culture, Alpha Blondy, Lucky Duby ,Gregory Isaacs and Peter Broggs. They were also honored to perform at one of Bill Clinton’s victory parties where they delighted over 4,000 guests. This led to news coverage by the all the major networks.

In 1991 they received Four Wammies from the Washington Area Music Association for their album “Shadow of the Pyramid”. These were for Best Reggae Group, Best Produced Reggae Album, Best Reggae Album "Shadow of the Pyramid" and Best Reggae Instrumentalist "Shambu keyboards". Their album”Rights Of Man” was also voted by Reggae Report Magazine as the #1 “Best Independently Produced Reggae Album” by a U.S. based artist.

They have been influenced by many reggae greats; however several artists in particular had a profound impact on the band "Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Aswad and Black Uhuru". As Further evidence, one of the bands songs "Living in Society" was chosen to be on the compilation CD entitled "Putamyo Presents the Best of World Music" off the Rhino Record Label alongside these reggae greats: Dennis Brown, Lucky Dube, Ijahman, Wailing Souls, Black Uhuru among others. This accomplishment was significant in this bands career because the producers of that album thought that this song was worthy to be on the same disc with these great artists.

In 2005 they released a compilation CD containing some of their best songs which has taken the internet by storm. They have received close to 300,000 downloads from their MP3 site. An international buzz is stirring about the Third Eye sound as evident by smatterings of email from England, France, Thailand, Budahpest, Africa, Germany, Japan, The Netherlands, South America, Canada and other regions as well..