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Strictly the Best, Vol. 29

  • 1. Like Glue - Sean Paul
    2. Higher Level - Elephant Man
    3. Sufferah - Bounty Killer
    4. Wah Dat Fah - Baby Cham
    5. Press Trigger - Madd Cobra
    6. Tek It Off - Capleton
    7. Money - Devonte/Tanto Metro
    8. Party Time - Wayne Marshall
    9. Tra la La - Buju Banton
    10. Tallup Tallup - Elephant Man
    11. Gungu Walk - Wickerman
    12. Fitness - Bounty Killer/Angel Doolas
    13. We Thugging - Elephant Man/Wayne Marshall
    14. How It Ago - Capleton
    15. Come On - Sizzla
    16. Jah Is Always There - Warrior King
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1659

  • Credits
    ProducerCleveland Browne; R. Blake; P.J. Jackson; R. Brown; Lloyd James; Lynford "Fatta" Marshall; Preston Onfroy; Troyton; Wycliffe "Steely" Johnson; Steven "Lenky" Marsden; Bobby Konders

    Illustrator: Murasaki.
    The Strictly the Best franchise continues to exercise its marketplace prerogative with this interesting DJ compilation that features such reliable talents as Capleton, Buju Banton, and Bounty Killer as well as up-and-comers like Sean Paul and new star Wayne Marshall (whose "Party Time" rhythm was already taking Jamaica by storm when this compilation was released). The thematic mix is nice, ranging from Sean Paul's vaguely slack party anthem "Like Glue" to the stern "fire bun" rhetoric of Capleton's "Tek It Off" (not to mention Sizzla's strange "Come On," which somehow manages in the same breath to celebrate both dancing with hot girls and burning down Babylon). One of the weirdest tracks comes courtesy of Elephant Man, whose "Tallup Tallup" alternates between slamming dancehall and a snippet of orchestral Baroque music (with which he sings along). Elephant Man also contributes the screechily operatic "Higher Level," which is less successful. But apart from Warrior King's out-of-tune "Jah Is Always There," "Higher Level" is about the only misstep on this solid collection. ~ Rick Anderson

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