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Zion Train - Homegrown Fantasy Album

Zion Train - Homegrown Fantasy Album

Performer: Zion Train
Title: Homegrown Fantasy
Style: Dub, House, Breakbeat
Released: 1995
Cat#: WOLMC 1060
Country: Poland
Label: China Records, Warner Music Poland
Size MP3 version: 1918 mb
Size FLAC version: 2111 mb
Size WMA version: 1734 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 214
Genre: Electronic

Zion Train - Homegrown Fantasy Album


1Free The Bass4:27
3The Healing Of The Nation
Featuring – Afrikan Simba
4Dance Of Life4:29
5Live Good IV4:39
6Get Ready5:02
7For The Revolution5:46
8Love The Earth6:04
9Universal Communication5:29
10Why Should We Have A Fight?6:01
11A Better Day4:47


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WOL 1060Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy ‎(LP, Album)China RecordsWOL 1060UK1995
0630-10987-4Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy ‎(Cass, Album)China Records0630-10987-4Germany1995
2-92660Zion Train Double Homegrown Fantasy ‎(CD, Album + CDr, CD-ROM)China Records2-92660US1995
WOLCD 1060Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy ‎(CD, Album)China RecordsWOLCD 1060UK1995
WOL 1060, WOL X 1060Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy ‎(LP, Album + 12")China Records, China RecordsWOL 1060, WOL X 1060UK1995


  • Arranged ByZion Train
  • Mixed ByZion Train
  • ProducerZion Train
  • Recorded ByZion Train
  • Written By – Afrikan Simba (tracks: A3), Albert Griffiths (tracks: B1), Molara (tracks: A3)


  • Barcode: 5021732106049


Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy Label: China Records 2-92643 Format: CD, Album Country: Original UKUS Released: 1995 Genre: Electronic, Fantasy by Zion Train, released 01 January 1995 1. Dance Of Life 2. Free The Bass 3. The Healing Of The Nation 4. Universal Communication 5. Venceremos 6. Get Ready 7. For The Revolution 8. Why Should We Have To Fight 9. Live Good IV 10. A Better Day 11. Love The Earth 12. One World, One Heart 13. One Conscience Our biggest selling album before 'Live As One'about 20,000 and the one that brought us to most people's attention. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 EUR or more. Zion Train. Homegrown Fantasy. Homegrown Fantasy is a set of club tracks simultaneously uptempo and spliffy, indebted to worldbeat, ambient-dub, and ragga. The tracks are enjoyable period pieces, though the implicit social message on tracks like Dance of Life and Universal Communication is a bit too trippy for its own good. Stream Homegrown Fantasy, a playlist by Zion Train from desktop or your mobile free to Zion Train Homegrown Fantasy Dance of Life, Free the Bass and more. 13 tracks 67:19. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Play album. Get album. Zion Train are a British dub ensemble that formed in Oxford, 1988. They have consistently released music and toured from 1992 to present day. Their mix of reggae and dance music was a notable innovation in the early 1990s. Co-founder Neil Perch is an autodidact, he taught himself music production and composition after completing a master's degree in biochemistry in the mid eighties. This recording was produced, arranged, recorded and mixed by Zion Train The Wibbly Wobbly World of Music in 1995. All titles Copyright Control. Technical merit award to Living Memory for . Thanks to Richard Raper & Wayman for technical support. Issued in a standard jewel case with 16-page booklet featuring the history of marijuana in ancient times and in the modern world, as well as a short guide to the great conspiracies of our age. Tracks 12-13 are CD only bonus tracks. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Zion Train Format: Audio CD. After a few listenings, I found myself drawn into the music more and more. Zion Train has shown the way how dub must survive in the 21st century. A rarity - a sound system that manages to sound just as exciting on the record as they do live. Read more. Other Zion Train albums: Siren. Zion Train 8 tracks Released in 1995 Electronic. Listen full album. View all Zion Train albums. 11 tracks. Released in 1995. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM 0, with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing