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Come and Get It


Download links and information about Come and Get It by Westbound Train. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 54:37 minutes.

Artist: Westbound Train
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Reggae, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 54:37
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No. Title Length
1. I Don't Belong Here 3:04
2. Ain't Gonna Be Easy 3:02
3. Check Your Time 3:41
4. Why You Cry 2:28
5. Come and Get It 2:54
6. Some Things Are Meant to Be Remembered 3:40
7. Salvation 4:18
8. If Only 2:54
9. What You Need 3:20
10. The Passage 5:05
11. Lift My Voice Up Loud 4:52
12. For the Record 4:38
13. So Many Things a Man Can Say 4:01
14. Critical Ska 3:36
15. Cheers! The World's Almost Over 3:04



Boston Ska outfit Westbound Train are named after reggae’s most ubiquitous rhythms — the epic, Al Green-quoting Dennis Brown anthem of the same name — but they nonetheless began life as a somewhat typical third-wave ska outfit, performing energetic, but barely coherent riffs on classic Jamaican music overlaid with a uniquely punk brand of suburban disaffection. Westbound Train has matured considerably since its earliest releases and have, over time, evolved into an ensemble of crack instrumentalists with a surprisingly original take on Jamaican music. On Come and Get It Westbound Train sounds less like punks than a reggae-saturated analogue to accomplished soul & funk revisionists the El Michel’s Affair, ably charting out the musical spaces that connect reggae with American musical forms like bebop and funk.