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Brownman Revival is a Filipino reggae band founded in November 1994. They count Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Aswad, Inner Circle, and UB40 among their …
Origin: Manila, Philippines
Genres: Reggae
Past members: Dino Concepcion; Andrew San…
Years active: 1994–present

Brownman Revival – Eto Pa – 2010 Album

Brownman Revival is a Filipino reggae band founded in November 1994. They count Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Aswad, Inner Circle, and UB40 among their musical influences[2] as well as Filipino reggae group Tropical Depression and OPM acts such as Eraserheads, APO Hiking Society, and VST & Company. One author describes Brownman Revival’s music as “reggae-inspired beats with traditional folk pop rhythms and the basest of lyrical themes”.

Brownman Revival – New Arrival – 2015 ALBUM

Brownman Revival is a Filipino reggae band founded in November 1994. They count Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Aswad, Inner Circle, and UB40 among their musical influences[2] as well as Filipino reggae group Tropical Depression and OPM acts such as Eraserheads, APO Hiking Society, and VST & Company. One author describes Brownman Revival’s music as “reggae-inspired beats with traditional folk pop rhythms and the basest of lyrical themes”.

Brownman Revival – Coming Soon – 2003 Album

Brownman Revival is a Filipino reggae band founded in November 1994. They count Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Aswad, Inner Circle, and UB40 among their musical influences[2] as well as Filipino reggae group Tropical Depression and OPM acts such as Eraserheads, APO Hiking Society, and VST & Company. One author describes Brownman Revival’s music as “reggae-inspired beats with traditional folk pop rhythms and the basest of lyrical themes”.

Brownman Revival – Steady Lang – 2005 Album

Brownman Revival is a Filipino reggae band founded in November 1994. They count Bob Marley, Big Mountain, Aswad, Inner Circle, and UB40 among their musical influences[2] as well as Filipino reggae group Tropical Depression and OPM acts such as Eraserheads, APO Hiking Society, and VST & Company. One author describes Brownman Revival’s music as “reggae-inspired beats with traditional folk pop rhythms and the basest of lyrical themes”.