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Boomkat Product Review:
It's been quite a year for The Congos - on top of the ruck of 7"s and fantastic Rhythm and Sound distillation, we've now got a brand new album from the Reggae and Dub masters, bringing a harmonious tilt to a slew of 70's style production. Drenched in a thick layer of Rasta vibes, 'Feast' unites the rhythmic zeal of their Lee Perry produced classics with a modernistic tilt that belies the sunny disposition of those involved - with the likes of 'Gods Kingdom', 'Heaven Rejoice' and 'Going To A Party' all steeped in Cedric Myton's idiosyncratic style. Pockmarked throughout by the honey-tones of Brent Dowe (of Melodians fame), political statements such as those of 'Some A Thief' and 'Watch & Pray' are coated in enough blue-sky sentiment to reduce the chances of polemical hectoring, and turn it instead into a sage chat on a sun-blanched beach. Hot stuff!