Various Artists / Bodo Riddim
Album:Bodo Riddim Collection:Reggae
Artist:Various Artists Added:Jun 2007
Label:Minor 7 Flat 5 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2007-07-01 Pull Date:2007-09-02 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Aug 26Aug 19Aug 12Aug 5Jul 29Jul 22Jul 15Jul 8

Recent Airplay
1.Feb 12, 2018:Everything A to Z episode 121
Bodo Riddim Version
4.Aug 11, 2007:New World Disorder
Me Come From
2.Aug 25, 2007:New World Disorder
5.Aug 08, 2007:blee blee blee
3.Aug 18, 2007:New World Disorder
Shout It Out
6.Aug 04, 2007:New World Disorder

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-07-02 
[coll]: Bodo Riddim
Reviewed by Sadie O., 6/30/07
Roots reggae riddim, with vocals by some big stars and some newcomers. Using one riddim to back a variety of vocalists is increasingly common practice in Reggae these days. The Bodo riddim is a pleasant roots skank around 3:54 long. Listening to almost an hour of the same riddim is a bit odd, but it’s fun to see how different artists have used it…
Single FCCs on 5 and 7. I like 13 best just because he sounds nuts.
1. ***sweet singing about the effects of poverty. Fine lyrics and delivery.
2. **gruff dancehall vocals, repetitive but entertaining.
3. ***baritone vocals, partially sung, partially dancehall style. Female chorus adds to the sound. Nice stuff.
4. ***pretty and distinctive singing by a guy who’s been making hits since the rock steady days. May be autobiographical…
5. FCC – I think he says “fucked.” dual vocals – one sings like Gregory Isaacs, the other is dancehall. The dancehall bit is anti-abortion.
6. ***starts very low-key with talking, then Sizzla’s signature half-crazed-sounding rapping. Nothing particularly crazed about the lyrics, though.
7. FCC – “bullshit” at 2:02 along. **starts with rasta preaching. Female dancehall vocals with male chorus, sweet lyrics. Too bad about the bullshit…
8. *partially falsetto vocals, odd love song.
9. **starts with a bit of rasta preaching. Dual vocals.
10. **starts with a fair bit of talking. Dancehall with rasta lyrics.
11. **dancehall about false friends.
12. ***solid dancehall by a master. Lots of lyrics heavily based on a classic Inner Circle hit, “Tenement Yard.”
13. ****totally nutted dancehall vocals. No idea what he’s carrying on about.
14. **the riddim – instrumental.

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1.Cocoa TeaPoverty
2.Ras MyrhdakPrince Of Fyah
3.CapletonI Know
4.Horace AndyTroddin'
5.Smokie Benz & Tony TuffFulfillment Time
6.SizzlaShout It Out
7.Jayne DoughLove
9.Josie Mel & Lutan FyahThis Whole World
10.Ricky TickyAlmighty King
11.Anthony Red RozePrement
12.Beenie ManRude Boy
13.Al PanchoMe Come From
14.BrothermanBodo Riddim Version