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Published on August 15th, 2012 | by No Artificial


Sunshine Reggae

Sunshine reggae is a subgenre that highlights positive messages of sustainable island living.
It is mostly played with a positive or cheerful approach. The term may come from the 1982 international hit song of the same name by Danish band Laid Back.

This song is such a popular material for project remixes that it’s both shocking and upsetting how unsuccessful these attempts have typically been.
The latest “Sunshine Reggae” Peter Visti and Jakob Meyland’s Remix is better than most.

This newly recycled track has a much slower tempo than the more well-known version and it’s a part of the Second Magic Number compilation – the 8th edition from Stella Polaris, the biggest chill-out festival from Scandinavia.

Let the good vibes get a lot stronger! Enjoy!

Sunshine Reggae Visti & Meyland’s Stella Polaris Remix
Artists: Peter Visti, Laid Back, Jakob Meyland


Released by: Stella Polaris Music
Release date: Aug 1, 2012
“Music doesn’t harm the Earth” – No Artificial

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