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Various Artists / Reggae Singles Fall 2007
Album:Reggae Singles Fall 2007 Collection:Reggae
Artist:Various Artists Added:10/2007
Label:Promusa Records 

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Add Date:2007-10-07 Pull Date:2007-12-09 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:4 Nov28 Oct21 Oct14 Oct
Airplays:1421

 Recent Airplay
1.Dec 01, 2011:Happy Hour
Arms Of Da Wicked
4.May 04, 2009:Happy Hour (Coverin' for PACC)
Arms Of Da Wicked
2.Aug 24, 2009:Happy Hour (Coverin' for PACC)
Arms Of Da Wicked
5.Jan 31, 2008:Happy Hour
Arms Of Da Wicked
3.Jul 16, 2009:Happy Hour
Arms Of Da Wicked
6.Oct 28, 2007:New World Disorder
Panty Town

Album Review
Sadie O.
Reviewed 2007-10-08 
[coll]: Reggae singles, Fall 2007
Reviewed by Sadie O., 10/4/07
Mostly Dancehall, Reggae, and a couple of soca tracks. Some of these are hitting the dancefloors in Jamaica right now. Lots of them are very good, some are pretty odd. The first 9 tracks feature a slight remix of the classic Shanty Town music, the last 4 tracks have riddims by Sly and Robbie.
No FCCs detected, I like tracks 2, 6 and 11 best, although 21 has points for oddness.
1. 3:40 ***Tracks 1-9 are the Shanty Town Riddim – if you don’t know that song… pick up on it! Dancehall vocals, Rasta message – quite good.
2. 4:12 ****Nutted dancehall vocals, goofy take-off on the original lyrics. Maybe I’m incredibly infantile, but I think this is just great…
3. 3:08 **dancehall vocals and singing, love song.
4. 3:33 ***almost incomprehensible (but enjoyable) dancehall vocals, something about a woman…
5. 3:12 **dancehall vocals, nice voice, come-on lyrics.
6. 3:51 ****really nicely done dancehall vocals with lots of variety.
7. 4:04 **more dancehall vocals, about… I dunno!
8. 3:07 singing about sex, I think.
9. 4:06 ***the Shanty Town “version” (instrumental) – mostly the original music, plus horns. Midtempo and just like sugar.
10. 3:35 ***great soca beat, the clean version of something that I suspect was VERY naughty, now pretty much a dance thing.
11. 3:04 ****terrific minimalist soca beat – resistance is futile! Interesting but mostly incomprehensible vocals.
12. 3:30 **downtempo dancehall, both dancehall and hip hop vocals.
13. 3:38 **classic Ninja Man dancehall tune with new toast, a bit of hip hop rap.
14. 4:02 ***downtempo combo of soca and one-drop skank, very pretty singing, party-time lyrics.
15. 3:03 *fast dancehall, banal “dance girl” lyrics, but rather cool militant riddim.
16. 4:25 **midtempo sweet bubble, pretty singing by long-time star. Simple, nice message.
17. 4:25 ***same sweet bubble as previous track, dancehall vocals, Rasta lyrics about not burning pot plants. Long fade.
18. 4:24 ***long random intro, then slow skank by Sly & Robbie, father and son vocal duet. Abrupt end.
19. 3:53 **syndrum intro, another slow skank by Sly & Robbie (same riddim next two tracks), love song.
20. 3:44 ***same riddim, more syndrum, pretty singing and opportunity to hear the fine music. Mournful lyrics about Baltimore…
21. 3:53 **same riddim, rather freaky falsetto singing. It’s supposed to be seductive, but I find it hilarious…

Track Listing
 ArtistTrack Name
1.RayvonArms Of Da Wicked
2.Screechy DanPanty Town
3.Collie Buddz F/ RoachSearching
4.Red FoxI Don't Think So
5.GoldenchylOne Night Stand
6.Shaggy F/ Rik Rok & Tony GoldBonafide Girl
7.Shaggy TownMove Hype
8.Da'villeFling It Up Pon Me
9.Version / InstrumentalShanty Town Instrumental (Sting's Mix)
10.Mr. VegasHot Wuk - Soca Version (Clean)
11.Mr. VegasTek Weh Yuh Self
12.Benisour F / Jr ReidShining Extended Mix
13.Laza F/ Ninja ManNumber One
14.Morgan HeritageCaribbean Party (Mix)
15.Sean PaulWatch Them Roll
16.Freddie McgregorWe Don't Need No Fuss
17.Delly RanxDon't Burn The Fields
18.Tarrus And Jimmy RileyPull Up Selector
19.Tony RebelFire
20.TamlinsBaltimore
21.YogiBaby Tonight