February 2005
New Scientist;2/26/2005, Vol. 185 Issue 2488, p92
The article presents information on the album " The Origin of Species in Dub." The first track declaims the passages of researcher Charles Darwin's great book over a roots reggae beat and taking in related issues such as the premature death of Darwin's daughter Annie, human evolution in Africa and a Rastafarian view of Darwin's achievements.


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