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Monday, Nov 13 2006 | 15:47

2007 kicks off with 13 new exclusive track album by Turbulence born Sheldon Campbell. The seconnd album for producer Brotherman is full of finest modern Roots and has two combinations featuring Luciano & Higher Trod Family – the musicians include The Firehouse Crew. The album closes down with a remix of the ganja anthem “Marihuana”.

Even though his stage name is the chaos-inducing Turbulence, this 27 year-old artist is one of the most grounded and focused young artists you will find in the music business today. Born Sheldon Campbell January 11, 1980, he attended Swallowfield All Age, and St. Andrew Technical High School before graduating from the latter in 1998. Minor7Flat5’s first Tubulence album “Different Thing” (released in 2003 cat# 09CD/LP – a joint venture with Silly Walks) was highly appreciated by the scene, many fans called it the best Turbulence album so far.

On this second cooperation with “the flying producer” Andreas “Brotherman” Christophersen Turbulence is showing his ability to ride Riddims of any genre. Brotherman provides sounds ranging from seventies style Roots Reggae to Dub to Dancehall, though the majority of tunes is to be called modern Roots.

Many great names of the industry came together to lay the foundation for a next powerful Minor7Flat5 release. With “Do Good” the journey is continued with the same energy and creativity, that “Different Thing” had plus some years of experience.

The album TurbulenceDo Good” (Minor7Flat5) is going to be released January , 2007.

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