Reggae Gold 2007

Performers Various Artists

VP Records | May 1, 2008 | Compact Disc

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VP Records' long-running sampler series Reggae Gold has become somewhat of a barometer of the international contemporary reggae scene, and this 2007 entry has some pretty cool stuff, including Shaggy's "More Woman," which is spun over an intoxicating garbage-can rhythm, a pair of strong tracks by dancehall veterans Elephant Man ("Bring It") and Buju Banton ("Bobby Red"), and Morgan Heritage's poignant and memorable "Brooklyn and Jamaica." [A bonus DVD adds music videos, artist interviews, footage of dancehall parties, and cover model photo shoots]. ~ Steve Leggett

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: May 1, 2008

Genre: Dancehall/Ragga

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2007

Label Name: VP Records

UPC: 054645178921

Found in: Dancehall/Ragga

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Reggae Gold 2007

Reggae Gold 2007

Performers Various Artists

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: May 1, 2008

Genre: Dancehall/Ragga

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 2

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 2007

Label Name: VP Records

UPC: 054645178921


Title Track Time
1.Watch Dem Roll - Sean Paul --
2.More Woman - Shaggy --
3.Hideaway - Tessanne --
4.My Fada Seh - Gyptian --
5.Top Shotta Nah Miss - Mavado --
6.Bad From Mi Born - Munga --
7.Sacrifice - Alaine --
8.Love & Affection - Pressure --
9.Need Her In My Arms - I Wayne --
10.Sticky - Jah Cure --

Editorial Notes

VP Records' long-running sampler series Reggae Gold has become somewhat of a barometer of the international contemporary reggae scene, and this 2007 entry has some pretty cool stuff, including Shaggy's "More Woman," which is spun over an intoxicating garbage-can rhythm, a pair of strong tracks by dancehall veterans Elephant Man ("Bring It") and Buju Banton ("Bobby Red"), and Morgan Heritage's poignant and memorable "Brooklyn and Jamaica." [A bonus DVD adds music videos, artist interviews, footage of dancehall parties, and cover model photo shoots]. ~ Steve Leggett
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