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Blue Steel [PA]


  • 1. Whining Machine - Elephant Man
    2. Badman Order - Bounty Killer
    3. Hi-Profile - Vybz Kartel
    4. Careful - Wayne Marshall
    5. Tek Him - Mr. Vegas
    6. Badman Way - Lexxus
    7. Give Me Them - Ward 21
    8. Which Gal a Di Hotter - Ccile
    9. Politics War - Red Rat
    10. Got It Going On - Anthony B.
    11. Let's Party - Lukie D
    12. Style - Junior Kelly
    13. Call In - Future Troubles
    14. You Nah - Kiprich
    15. Worry Fi Them - Chukki Starr
    16. Shake That Thing - Angel Doolas
    17. Tonight Alone - Madd Anju
    18. Pop It Off - Future Troubles
    19. Switch the Rule - Taz
    20. Blue Steel Rhythm - Frenchie/Andre "Suku" Gray/Nigel Staff
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 111755

  • Credits
    ProducerFrenchie
    EngineerBlack Pearl; Tom Stanley

    Audio Mixers: Frenchie; Andre "Suku" Gray.
    Recording information: Askum Recording Studios; Bobby Digital; B-Rich Recordings; King Jammy's; Steven Stanley Recordings; Stone Love; Vendetta Studios.
    Illustrator: Tony McDermott.
    Arranger: Frenchie.
    Frenchie's "Blue Steel Rhythm" is the basis of this album, on which 19 different singers and deejays take turns chatting and singing over the same instrumental backing. These albums live and die on the quality and flexibility of their rhythms and on the ability of the vocalists to bring enough novelty to distract the listener from the sameyness of the music. Unfortunately, Blue Steel's generic soca-reggae fusion groove is too monotonous to support this kind of treatment, and only a handful of the guest vocalists are able to do anything interesting with it. Elephant Man is uncharacteristically off his game on "Whining Machine"; his chat lags behind the rhythm and never builds up any momentum or settles into a decent groove. Bounty Killer is in good form on "Badman Order," and Ce'Cile works up a good, boastful head of steam on "Which Gal a di Hotter." But by the time you get to Junior Kelly's dancehall-Bobo workout, or Angel Doolas' clunky gunman ode, the rhythm will be driving you crazy -- and not in the way it's supposed to. ~ Rick Anderson

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