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  • Even less intimidating are his words — talk of love, faith, "upful vibrations" and, most perplexing of all, happiness.

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  • Feeling a mite upful this morning, I thought I'd trip the light fantastic through a well-known blogroll.

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  • The album's best moment comes halfway through the second side with 'One World', a swaggering upful call for unity which almost certainly meets with Miles Copeland's full approval.

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  • "Save the Earth" (which cops a Super Ape-era Lee Perry riddim) and the upful closing trio of

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  • In parts of the Caribbean, to be upful means to be feeling positive and optimistic.

    February 26, 2008