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Reggae Jammin'

Various Artists

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Buyer Beware FALSE!!!!

In response to ivori i's "buyer beware" comment, I purchased the album and am annoyed by the fact that ivori said the majority of the music is filler music. ivori mentions D'Angel, DMX, and Serani as being amature artists all three of these artists are well known in reggae circles and Serani has a song in the charts called "no games" that is on the album. How anyone could write a review possibly turning off people from buying this album is beyond me, when it is filled with amazing songs sung by legitimate artists! To say the album should have been a 2 cd set one dance hall, one roots reggae is missing the entire point of the album. It's called "reggae jammin" people, not roots reggae jammin, not dance hall reggae jammin. Enjoy it for what it is, a nice compilation of reggae that spans all subgenres. I did and I loved it.

Love n' It

luvin all these's tunes but i had them 2 months ago great to seee that itunes finnaly has them up there keep it up to all the artist pon the album

Buyer Beware

Yes there are some great reggae artiste on this cd, however there is also a fair share of filler mixed in. If you like classic reggae Third World, Beres, and Terry Linnen all have respectable tracks here. However, the lable that compiled this album added a bunch of disposable "dancehall" tracks that were already outdated by the time this was released. It is a crime for shallow, unproven, and amateur artistes like D'Angel, Barbee, DMX and Serani to share a CD with classic reggae stars like Cocoa Tee and Third Wold. It reminds us all for down reggae has sunk, since its hey day. This should have been 2 albums "Reggae Jammin" and "Reggae Floppin." The word "Jammin" should be reserved for music. Songs like "Daggerin" and "Hundred Stab" which are overtly sexually demeaning to women, should have no place with conscious current songs like "Barack Obama"

Reggae Jammin'
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  • Partial Album
  • Genres: Reggae, Music
  • Released: Dec 09, 2008

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