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Album Review

Razia, 'Zebu Nation'

February 22, 2010

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The zebu is the breed of hump-backed cattle common in Madagascar, and the fauna and threatened ecosystems of her island nation are on the mind of singer Razia Said on this groovy, cosmopolitan album that doubles as environmentalist manifesto. The one song in English, “Slash and Burn,’’ makes the agenda clear, as do the beautiful videos Razia has posted online ... (Full article: 186 words)

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