In the Antwerp reggae scene everyone knows the cheerful T.D. Rankin. With 'Too Much Division', T.D. now serves us his self-published debut album offering mostly new roots and a drop of dancehall. Lovers of the latest Jamaican top riddims will definitely enjoy this release as Rankin resolutely opted for dance floor killers like Roots Tonic ('It Doesn't Matter'), Last War ('Give Love A Chance') or World A Music ('How Many Times'), still it's, 'Pirates', a creation of his own, that is the real topper on this album. We can't escape the feeling T.D.'s singing voice can still use some training - he clearly has more potential than he shows on 'Too Much Division' - and for that reason the dancehall tracks on this album sound slightly more convincing than the rest of the songs. Promising debut effort!