Kingdom Worshipers - Alpha & Omega

Published Monday 2nd April 2007
Kingdom Worshipers - Alpha & Omega

STYLE: Reggae
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 22315-12273
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by George Luke

The fact that so many British gospel artists now spell "worshipper" and "worshipping" with one p instead of two is, in my opinion, further proof of the increasing Americanisation of our society. Stop it! All right, I've had my rant; now let's get on with reviewing this three-track single. It's basically the one song in three different versions: vocal, backing vocal (whatever that means) and instrumental. It's a simple praise song done in a pleasant, rootsy reggae style. Not the most earth-shattering reggae song in the world, but it will certainly bring a smile to the faces of anyone who likes Bob Marley's style of guitar playing.

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