Reggae Gold 2005 songs Product Information
Reggae Gold 2005 album for sale was released Jun 21, 2005 on the VP label. Listening to the first third of REGGAE GOLD 2005, one might get the impression that it would be more accurately titled DANCEHALL GOLD. Reggae Gold 2005 songs 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. Reggae Gold 2005 CD music is a 2-disc set with 36 songs. ...See Full Description
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Reggae Gold 2005 Album Track Listing
|1||Step Pon Dem|
|2||King of the Dancehall |
|4||Turnin' Me On|
|6||As A Man|
|9||Walk Away From Love ||5:30|| $1.29||(Available)|
|13||Hail To The King|
|15||Coca Cola Shape|
|17||I'm With the Girls|
|3||Hail To The King|
|5||Walk Away From Love||5:30|| $1.29||(Available)|
|9||As A Man|
|10||Coca Cola Shape|
|12||King of the Dancehall|
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Reggae Gold 2005 buy CD music Customer Reviews
this cd is great and it ranges from fast to slow songs. a great cd to dance to!!!!
By carlybeazley (reading, england)
||This alum realy cool|
i love this year line up but would love to hear from bounty killer
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Reggae Gold 2005 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6875420|
|Release Date||Jun 21, 2005|
|Recording Time||111 minutes|
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