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Spawned from the vernal heat of the Florida swamps amidst swirling patterns of pine orchards and pre-Columbian artifacts, Prince Rama was whispered into the ears of Taraka Larson, Nimai Larson, and Michael Collins in the summer of 2007 by the clanging of prayer bells and goat-skin drums. They left the Hare Krishna farm where they were staying to go to art school and form a creative nucleus in Boston. There, their engaging and often unpredictable ritualistic live shows attracted a… read more

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  • i see a golden light while listening to them. celestial sound.
  • have my babies, please.
  • also a great version of Raghupati http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7MxqNjNnLk :-)
  • I would really love to see them live. Watched some of the videos of their shows and it looks like they bring a lot of fun energy and theatre onto the stage. I would definitly be in the crowd dancing.
  • I like how everyone gets their panties in a twist when someone else has an opinion different from their own. Here's my opinion for you to shit all over: their live show was one of the most self indulgent acts I've had the misfortune of witnessing.
  • the person below me listens to shit music. their opinion is invalid.
  • Probably the most ridiculous band I've ever seen live; so pretentious and self-aggrandizing I darn near puked.
  • i think it sounds more like a bunch of hipsters under the influence of a shit ton of drugs.
  • great analysis bro, you must be an expert in "african music"...
  • listened to the album...sounds like a bunch of hipsters going a semester abroad to africa on their parents dime trying to sound like animal collective...not a bad thing though

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