Vinyl LP pressing. The Green returns with their first full-length release since 2013's award-winning Hawai'i '13. Mostly recorded on the island of Oahu, Marching Orders promises to be an all-encompassing release, with Zion Thompson assuring, "this album truly is diverse. There's roots, dancehall, pop rock and of course love songs." The album also features collaborations with producer/writer Brian Fennell (Ryan Tedder, One Republic, The Fray, Third Eye Blind), as well as guest appearances by Grammy-nominees J Boog and Eric Rachmany (of Rebelution), Jamaican dancehall superstar Busy Signal, and Island music veterans Fiji and The Mana'o Company.
Vinyl LP pressing. The Green returns with their first full-length release since 2013's award-winning Hawai'i '13. Mostly recorded on the island of Oahu, Marching Orders promises to be an all-encompassing release, with Zion Thompson assuring, "this album truly is diverse. There's roots, dancehall, pop rock and of course love songs." The album also features collaborations with producer/writer Brian Fennell (Ryan Tedder, One Republic, The Fray, Third Eye Blind), as well as guest appearances by Grammy-nominees J Boog and Eric Rachmany (of Rebelution), Jamaican dancehall superstar Busy Signal, and Island music veterans Fiji and The Mana'o Company.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: EASY STAR
Rel. Date: 11/17/2017
UPC: 657481106716

Marching Orders [LP]
Artist: The Green
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. The Green returns with their first full-length release since 2013's award-winning Hawai'i '13. Mostly recorded on the island of Oahu, Marching Orders promises to be an all-encompassing release, with Zion Thompson assuring, "this album truly is diverse. There's roots, dancehall, pop rock and of course love songs." The album also features collaborations with producer/writer Brian Fennell (Ryan Tedder, One Republic, The Fray, Third Eye Blind), as well as guest appearances by Grammy-nominees J Boog and Eric Rachmany (of Rebelution), Jamaican dancehall superstar Busy Signal, and Island music veterans Fiji and The Mana'o Company.