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Coming forward from
Brazil with a new CD,
"Closer to JAH"
Still in production;
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UPDATED: Friday Jan. 10th 2014

Historical note on the subject of Barack Obama:

Real Change is not about putting a new person in the place, as the leader of the ruling empire. It can give some smaller changes maybe?!
Revolutionary change is more leaning towards seriously considering a turnover of the present power-system (What we in daily speak refer to as Babylon).

Let me remind you that Democracy is not in function at the moment!

In this situation we now look at - of worldwide importance and impact - every 4 years the system lets 5% of the world population, get the chance, to choose between 2 candidates, from - uptil now at least - 2 corporate depend parties, in a usually frauded election.

If a man like Barack Obama can win and enter the position of president of the ruling empire, and that way, help real change towards the fall of this Babylon system - and do it in a just way and positive manner - I can only approve of him.

Surely Obama leaves us much hope - it sounds like a dream having a Black man take over the White house.
The question is of cause, if this man can manage to be idealistic, realistic and pragmatic all the way to Babylon fall - which actually means moving dissolving his own position as president.

People to the power, Obama, please! That is real change...

Give thanks for listening,
Ras Thor Caf I,
Action Taken


For more words on these
and other issues
please check out the

About multicultural philosophy.

About giving up first-class society

About complete religious truth

About the imperial main train to disaster

About a non-bloodshed revolution

About Gandhi, MST and the Permaculture

About the properties of Cannabis

About the views of Noam Chomsky

About Manuel A. Lezaeta, Cuba's health system and simple life

About Paulo Freire, Michael Foucault & real education

About Black consciousness, Racism & worldwide multi-ethnical revolution.

MAKE a free CD!
"Reparation Time"

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Soon to be release here in the dawn of 2010, we are presenting an unforgettable album:
"Closer To Jah", feat. in the titletrack, the original "The Congos" from Jamaica with the lyrics of Cedric Myton.

Moreso the album takes Action Taken into a new era with a strong groove of modern Roots Reggae music, traditional to the bone, still not afraid to borrow influence from other worldmusic styles.

The album feat. many Brazilian artist and musicians as it is recorded on a mobile studio over 3 years in Denmark and Brazil as well as in India!


From 2006 CD "Reparation Time" we offer you 14 free original tracks. You can listen to them here by clicking on the name for the MP3-version
[up to 192 kB/s], or click

to play fast but low quality with RealPlayer [in 32 kB/s]

To download the complete CD with covers click MakeCd!

01 - For What You Are Proud/
Homem Biônico
(ft. Zafenate/Bia/Ojan/Kal) [05:22]
02 - Corporate War inna Babylon [RealPlay]
(ft. Nomades Galaktikos/Theo Reis/Kal/Victor) [06:10]
03 - Eu Aqui Estou/Wet Stone/Seven [RealPlay]
(ft. Bia/Kal/Ojan) [04:50]
04 - World Wide Naturnality [RealPlay]
(ft. Ciola) [03:27]
05 - Spiritual FQ [RealPlay]
(ft. Atlars/Nordalv) [06:27]
06 - They Cover It Up [RealPlay]
(ft. Nomades Galaktikos) [07:07]
07 - JahAllahGayaRadhaKrsna/
Elementary Morality(©Noam Chomsky)
(ft. Noam Chomsky/Nomades Galaktikos) [06:03]
08 - Living In A Matrix/Welcome to the Real World/ Common Heritage(©Vandana Shiva) [RealPlay]
(ft. Vandana Shiva/Nomades Galaktikos) [06:28]
09 - Architects of Terror [RealPlay]
(ft. El Panter) [3:34]
10 - I and I at the Roots [RealPlay]
(Live Cph-Carnival 2003*) [06:25]
11 - They Cover It Up [RealPlay]
(Live Cph-Carnival 2003*) [05:58]
12 - We've Got to Get Together [RealPlay]
(Live Operaen 2004**) [03:34]
13 - I Jah Warrior [RealPlay]
(Live Operaen 2004**) [02:50]
14 - Seven Times Seven [RealPlay]
(Live Operaen 2004**) [06:22]
15 - Dont Sell Out [RealPlay]
(ft. El Panter) [04:23]

Please check out the credits and rights for these song on the MakeCD-page.

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Listen also to these fruits from our cooperation with the young danish producer SystemFailure

"Give Jah Praise"
(in da "Hard Times"-riddim)

"Wet Stone"
(with da "Rise-Up"-riddim)

"For What You Are Proud?"
(on da "Changes"-riddim)

(Please also check out how our music is recieved by the Versionist Riddim Community)

Music from our 1st promo CD:

First some soundclips if you just want to listen a little

All files are MP3 of more or less 45 sec.
Right-click to download.
(If left-clicking doesn't work.)

Irie University

I and I at the Roots

Higher Ground

Forward to Zion


If you want the complete tracks please check out the NEW make your own CD feature on this site by clicking here, or listen rightaway, to the files below.

01 - Irie University (7 min.)

02 - I and I at the Roots (5 min.)

03 - Higher Ground (5 min.)

04 - Forward to Zion (5½ min.)

Older material:

Miracle (radio mix)

Kvinnoseans (live)

Living in a Matrix (studio mix)

Forward to Zion (live)

The Temple (live)

Spiritual Frequenzy (raw live)

I and I at the Roots (ruff live)














Christiania Roots-Reggae Constitution 2006
click to download the flyer, poster & info on the 3th

Free Festival in Pusherstreet
June 9th &
10th 2006

click here for program




Now it is also possible to
listen to the songs of this
CD in the compact
[in 32 kB/s].
Although not as perfect
as the MP3, this makes you
possible to listen without
waiting, even on a normal
telephone modem connection.

To listen the individual tracks click on the
of the song, here to the left.

Click here to Listen and stream all songs now.

Or here to Download the SoundFile (18Mb).

If you want a RealPlayer, download it by clicking here.
If you don't like the Realplayer you should try Real Alternative,
a quite simple installation that doesn't do crap with your computer.
Click this link to download.

From the new CD:
"Reparation Time"

01-For What are You Proud
02-Coporate War innaBabylon

03-Eu Aqui Estou/Wet
Stone/Seven Times Seven
(with Biatriz Pereira Roland)

04-World Wide Naturnality
(with Lucas Ciola)

05-Spiritual Frequenzy

06-They Cover It Up

Elementary Morality(©Noam Chomsky)

08-Living In A Matrix/Welcome to the Real world/ Common Heritage(©Vandana Shiva)

09-Architects of Terror

10-I and I at the Roots

11-They Cover It Up

12-We've Got to Get Together

13-I Jah Warrior

14-Seven Times Seven

15-Don't Sell Out



Together with: "SystemFailure"

Give Jah Praise

Wet Stone

For What are You Proud




From the first CD:
Irie University

01-Irie University

02-I and I at the Roots

03-Higher Ground

04-Forward to Zion

Click here to know more about this release!

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Speech by H.I.M. Haile Selassie I,
28th February, 1968:

[Here reproduced as it was put to music by Bob Nesta Marley in the song 'War' on the Album 'Rastaman Vibration']

"Until the philosophy which hold one race
Superior and another inferior
Is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned
Everywhere is war, me say war

That until there are no longer first class
And second class citizens of any nation
Until the colour of a man's skin
Is of no more significance than the colour of his eyes
Me say war

That until the basic human rights are equally
Guaranteed to all, without regard to race
Dis a war

That until that day
The dream of lasting peace, world citizenship
Rule of international morality
Will remain in but a fleeting illusion
To be persued, but never attained
Now everywhere is war, war

And until the ignoble and unhappy regimes
That hold our brothers in Angola, in Mozambique,
South Africa, sub-human bondage
Have been toppled, utterly destroyed
Well, everywhere is war, me say war

War in the east, war in the west
War up north, war down south
War, war, rumours of a war

And until that day, the African continent
Will not now peace, we Africans will fight
We find it necessary and we know we shall win
As we are confident in the victory
Of good over evil, good over evil, good over evil
Good over evil, good over evil, good over evil..."