Common Sense | Don't Look Back

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Don't Look Back

by Common Sense

California's premiere Amereggae/Funk Rock Band. Common Sense returns to their roots on this record. You definitely hear the influence reggae has had on the band on this record.sit back and enjoy and "Don't Look Back"
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sure Enough
4:36 $0.99
2. I'm Gone
3:10 $0.99
3. A Little Bit Closer
4:13 $0.99
4. Sunshine in My Cup
4:28 $0.99
5. Burn Fire Burn
3:31 $0.99
6. Ocean
3:46 $0.99
7. What Is Wrong with Us
3:35 $0.99
8. Baby Girl
4:14 $0.99
9. Good This Time
3:25 $0.99
10. Can't Forget
4:07 $0.99
11. Twisted Mind
3:13 $0.99
12. Don't Look Back
4:13 $0.99
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Album Notes
Common Sense is no secret to any avid music fan.
Their California American Reggae Ska Funk Rock style combines their unique personalities and songwriting perspectives. Common sense is often compared to bands Sublime. Surfing and the Ocean have had a huge impact on the members Common Sense and are referenced in many of their lyrics. They have been involved with and supported the surf community since their inception in 1986. "we draw inspiration from everyday life and our lives depends on the sea" Nicholas Hernandez.
Pre Sublime, Common Sense draws its influences from a vast array of Reggae artists such as Bob Marley, who's uniquely crafted grooves and songwriting structure changed the world of music, Ska bands like The Specials and the English Beat as well as elements of Marvin Gaye and the overall Motown Sound, which lends itself to the foundation of the Rock and R&B based composition found in many of their Reggae songs. "we love ska and reggae and are from the punk rock era so that's where are song writing influences come from" Billy Sherman
Common Sense is one of the most intriguing artists in the music industry for one very simple reason. They are a band who's music immediately attracts and captures your attention. Once free from distraction, their reflections of life and what it is and should be about, you will recognize as your own.
Common Sense has been lending their talent to the special needs community for over 20 years by supporting charities like for autism and the Kahuna cares foundation they continues this work today. Come out to a Common Sense show and dance your ass off in the isles, you'll be hooked! One Love...



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Eva Snider

i love the cd and i love the service cdbaby offers even more. they were great!!
This cd is great. I saw them on television and immediately loved their style. This cd is fun and great for intertaintment purposes.


Common Sense rocks again!
I have every CD made by Common Sense and they don't let up one bit from album to album.They have an energy that sucks you in and leaves you wanting more.This CD is packed with songs you remember the words to after one or two plays.I never get tired of listening to Common Sense.Buy it now!


Groovin Rockin Reggae
Smooth groovin' reggae with heart-felt lyrics. Some tunes have a driving Sublime feel to them, but with the added cool sophistication of later Marvin Gaye. But then there are the ones that don't fall so easily into categories. "I'm Gone" in particular has a sweet hook that complements the socially conscious lyrics beautifully. And "Good This Time" has a faintly Stevie Wonder-like vocal arrangement that gives added complexity and interest to the track. Some really nice bass on "Don't Look Back" too. Great stuff!