Rob Garza and Eric Hilton see the globe as a ball of inspiration to be plucked and harvested. No language, no world music is off-limits but is to be utilized respectably. Such is the case with the group’s eighth studio album, The Temple of I&I, which was released in February. The album was recorded in Jamaica, so naturally a reggae vibe runs through it.
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