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Reggae Gold 2005


  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Step Pon Dem - Assassin
    2. King of the Dancehall - Beenie Man
    3. Straight up! - Sean Paul
    4. Turnin' Me On - Nina Sky/Baby Cham (Black Chiney Reggae remix)
    5. Or Wah - Capleton
    6. As a Man - Assassin
    7. Ride This - Buju Banton
    8. Longing For - Jah Cure
    9. Walk Away From Love - Bitty McLean
    10. Love Mood - Beres Hammond
    11. Telephone Ting - Kiprich
    12. Lava Ground - I Wayne
    13. Hail to the King - Fantan Mojah
    14. Superior - Gentleman
    15. Coca Cola Shape - Sasha/Fatman Scoop (Sexy Body remix)
    16. Rah Rah - Elephant Man/Daddy Yankee/Pitbull (remix)
    17. I'm With the Girls - Sizzla
    18. Booty Clap - Lexxus
    0. DISC 2: REGGAE GOLD 2005 REMIX CD:
    1. Love Mood - Beres Hammond
    2. Superior - Gentleman
    3. Hail to the King - Fantan Mojah
    4. Telephone Ting - Kiprich
    5. Walk Away From Love - Bitty McLean
    6. Lava Ground - I Wayne
    7. Longing For - Jah Cure
    8. Ride This - Buju Banton
    9. As a Man - Assassin
    10. Coca Cola Shape - Sasha/Fatman Scoop
    11. Rah Rah - Elephant Man/Daddy Yankee/Pitbull
    12. King of the Dancehall - Beenie Man
    13. Booty Clap - Lexxus
    14. Or Wah - Capleton
    15. Step Pon Dem - Assassin
    16. I'm With the Girls - Sizzla
    17. Turnin' Me On - Nina Sky/Cham
    18. Straight Up - Sean Paul
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1729

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Listening to the first third of REGGAE GOLD 2005, one might get the
    impression that it would be more accurately titled DANCEHALL GOLD. The disc is heavily front-loaded with tracks by some of the biggest
    dancehall artists around, including Beenie Man, Sean Paul, and the
    Godfather of dancehall, Buju Banton himself. Eight songs in, however,
    there's a drastic change-up, as things take a much more melodic turn,
    with tunes from Bitty McLean, Beres Hammond, and others, mixing roots
    reggae, rocksteady, and lovers rock. McLean's "Walk Away From Love,"
    which juxtaposes the old David Ruffin Motown classic over a vintage Duke Reid Studio One track, is easily the highlight of the whole collection. Towards the end, things turn back around to dancehall with such heavy hitters as Sizzla and Elephant Man closing out the album on an up note. Nevertheless, it's still pretty tough to get that McLean track out of one's head.

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