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"An amalgamation of genres, this CD pulls from a plethora of influences to create a groove that the band calls 'Banana Bread For Your Soul'." - Beeb Ashcroft, Indie-Music.com (Dec 06, 2008)
"YOU WENT INTO THE STUDIO. EXCELLENT WORK GUYS, SOUNDS A BIT SPIN DOCTORS MIXED WITH JOHN MAYER. VERY TIGHT AND TIDY. I LOVED IT" Reviewed by: jdsoundworx from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia - garageband.com (May 14, 2008)
"This is a groovy little number. Can really swing with it. The lead vocals are dynamic and believable. I like the harmonies in the chorus. The song itself is catchy and not too long. Makes you want to hear it again." - garageband.com (Aug 12, 2007)
"The nine-minute-plus track that closes the disc, "Yahweh," is particularly impressive, a weighty reggae groove that fades into an extended hand-percussion coda. 3 stars" - Cooper Levy-Baker, Creative Loafing (Dec 12, 2007)
"Big Mouth" and "I Need Your Love" seem to be very modern rock radio friendly. The reggae sound in "Cool Ya Down" takes the band in a different direction, the same with "Yahweh". "Joy" definitely shows influences by The Outlaws." - Col. Tamar Alexia Fleishman, Southern Fried Magazine (Jul 20, 2007)
"Still, the guys of Soul Purpose know they might not look the part of Stereotypical reggae rockers. "We come into a concert situation, and people are skeptical, as they should be," begins Al, "but when they hear it, they're immediately converted" - Jake Paine, Skope Magazine (Aug 02, 2007)