Founded by guitarist Patrick Barrow in 1978, the Babylon Warriors had been a Los Angeles-based reggae group that was mixed up in past due 1970s and 1980s. The Babylon Warriors (who must not be puzzled with the choice metal music group the Babylon Whores) by no means became a large name in reggae, although they do manage to get a little local pursuing. Some reviewers explained Barrow’s clothing as an “American reggae music group,” which is usually ironic because its users had been originally from differing from the Caribbean and Africa. Barrow, who relocated to L.A. in 1967 and led a music group known as the Skyliters from 1971-1977, was originally from Belize, as had been lead vocalist Harrington Trapp and bassist Lem Vaughan. Lead guitarist Jymi Graham experienced relocated to L.A. from his indigenous Kingston, Jamaica, while keyboardist Sly Degbor was a indigenous of Ghana who experienced supported such African celebrities as Miriam Makeba and Manu Dibango. The Babylon Warriors’ debut EP, Forwards, arrived on American Music in 1983.