By Rasta_hero Comments
Dread & Alive has made history as the first Comic book series to have it's own reggae album. It's been described as "History in the making" , “a very STRONG compilation… one of the better lineups of the year.” and “new territory in the collusion of art and Jamaican music”.
Can't believe Comicvine missed it :P
Must read interviews about the project can be found on WOBH
- ^ "Series creator Nicholas Da Silva talks about the music and series Dread & Alive". September 14, 2010 . http://worldofblackheroes.wordpress.com/2010/09/14/series-creator-nicholas-da-silva-talks-about-the-music-and-series-dread-alive/.
- ^ "Sahra Indio talks about Dread & Alive: The Lost Tapes". September 10, 2010 . http://worldofblackheroes.wordpress.com/2010/09/10/interview-with-the-magnetic-sahra-indio-featured-on-dread-alive-the-lost-tapes-vol-1/.
- ^ "Monsoon talks about Dread & Alive: The Lost Tapes". September 23, 2010 . http://worldofblackheroes.wordpress.com/2010/09/23/monsoon-talks-about-dread-alive-the-lost-tapes/.
- ^ "Toussaint talks about Dread & Alive: The Lost Tapes". September 11, 2010 . http://worldofblackheroes.wordpress.com/2010/09/11/toussaint-liberator-talks-about-dread-alive-the-lost-tapes/.