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Ain't Gonna See Us Fall

Sizzla Kalonji

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Pieced together from various Jamaican singles, Ain't Gonna See Us Fall is an uneven, loose, and mostly exciting overview of Sizzla's output during 2005 and early 2006. He's been accused of glutting the market with too many singles and too much music, and while some of the romantic tracks included here are forgettable, the street-driven, "for the people" tracks are all worth hearing, even when the production or presentation is rickety. "Sad Mistake" is a raw triumph while "People Need Love" is a great example of Sizzla's ability to play it wild and free over a common riddim. More out of control is the vicious "Kill Yuh," an authentically sloppy dancehall number with some offensive words crudely censored. This is especially odd since Sizzla's often-dropped "F" bomb comes through loud and clear on some of the slickly produced tracks. Speaking of slick, the glorious "I'm with the Girls" gets into Sean Paul territory, while the title cut is a polished yet sincere plea for the world to come together in peace. Even if Ain't Gonna See Us Fall is all over the place, it saves international fans the trouble of finding these tunes one by one.

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Not His Best Effort

I wonder if any of the other people who wrote reviews have ever listened to a sizzla CD before because they should know this is not worth 5 stars. Come on rasta's this is a decent CD at best if you want to hear some sizzla thats worth 5 stars get Praise Ye Jah this Cd and like alot of Sizzla's CDs has some really good tracks and alot of not good at all tracks. I find that he is very inconsistent and it shows on this CD. Jah knows best. Respect.


Well, I had some hesitation as I had a good portion of these cuts on singles and riddum albums but these are remixed with added vocals and the mix is SO CLEAR!!. A great album-again-from the reigning king of reggae/dancehall

a decent sizzla album

I would agree that this not the greatest dancehall nor sizzla album ever. Secondly, spell reggae right it's not regge it's reggae. Third, you cannot really compare sizzla to sean paul beyond the fact that they are both dancehall artists, their sounds are completley different. The thing about sizzla is that he puts out a grip of albums and one has to sort through them for the real gems. The real gem and "roots" track on this album is Thanks and Praise (15). If you want more banging Sizzla listen to the following; no white god, hard ground, praise ye jah, ripe leaf, babylon homework, solid as a rock, be I strong, and the vibes feat. capelton. That's awesome sizzla.

Ain't Gonna See Us Fall, Sizzla Kalonji
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