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Dutty Rock Explicit Lyrics


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  • Audio CD (Oct. 14 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B0000BWVC0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #28,554 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Dutty Rock Intro
2. Shout [Street Respect]
3. Gimme The Light
4. Like Glue
5. Get Busy
6. Baby Boy [feat. Beyonce]
7. Top of the Game
8. Ganja Breed [feat. Chico]
9. Concrete
10. I'm Still In Love With You (Featuring Sasha)
11. International Affair [feat. Debbie Nova]
12. Can You Do The Work [feat. Ce'Cile]
13. Punkie
14. My Name
15. Jukin' Punny
16. Gimme The Light [Pass the Dro-voisier Remix] [feat. Busta Rhymes]
17. Bubble [feat. Fahrenheit]
18. Shake That Thing
19. Esa Loca [feat. Tony Touch and R.O.B.B.]
20. Punkie [Espanol]

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Product Description

Arguably one of the biggest stories in the music industry the year of its release, Sean Paul's Atlantic debut "Dutty Rock" spawned 2 Top 10 hits with "Gimme the Light" (#7) and "Get Busy". He duets with Destiny's Child's Beyonce on her single "Baby Boy". This revised edition of "Dutty Rock" (new selection number)includes the smash hit "Baby Boy" with Beyonce. The addition of this new track and the increased radio, TV and media exposure will no doubt keep him there for a long time to come. The stars could no more be aligned for Sean Paul than they are right now!

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Sean Paul follows the footpaths of Beenie Man and Super Cat (whom he sounds and looks like) as the next high-billing dancehall artists capable of sitting in the upper echelons of American popular music. Paul enthusiasts still buzzing over his breakthrough "Infiltrate" or "Deport Them" tunes won't be disappointed. "Gimme the Light," an anthemic pro-blunt tune with a tremendously catchy hook ("Just gimme the light, and pass the 'dro") will make your CD player's rewind button call for much love. The other standout tracks that complement Paul's "sing-jay" (a Ja Rule-ian mix of singing and rapping) delivery are a string of tried-and-tested regional hits from earlier in 2002: "Like Glue" on the Buyout riddim and the sexual innuendo-driven "Can You Do the Work?"--which guests crooner Cecile. When Paul goes experimental with lyrics (e.g., he raps in Spanish on "Punkie") or beats (he utilizes speedy classical Indian music riddims on "Street Respect"), the results are mediocre. Hip-hop contributions from Tony Touch and the Neptunes ("Bubble") also do little to enhance what would have otherwise been a more exceptional, pure dancehall album. However, the dancehall-uninitiated are certain to enjoy this like they enjoyed Shaggy's Hotshot. --Dalton Higgins --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
Sean Paul's "Dutty Rock" is one of the great dance hall albums that are out there. He continuously gave out hits throughout this whole album. Some of the end songs aren't as powerful as the songs at the beginning such as "Baby Boy", "Gimme The Light", "Get Busy", and "Concrete". His album is very good and definitely worth the cost. Sean Paul has outdone himself on his 2nd album which defiantly places him on the charts.

Sean Paul is Prince of the Dancehall because Beenie man has the "king" title already. This music originates from way back before rap/hip-hop even got started. Sean Paul had thrown some new flavor in there and makes a bangin' dance album. Some people don't like it because they can't understand him, but whose fault is that? People should realize that this music is rich in culture and if he sang it so that everyone could understand it he would be denying the heritage that made the music possible.

Probably this will help you out: almost every song on his album fades out with Sean still singing or the music still playing. I suggest looking up lyrics if you're really interested... or I wouldn't bother... Sean's voice is amazing and is fairly fun to listen to... most the music is upbeat... so if your looking for the sounds then this album is for you. Keep on bumpin' Sean Paul, and keep confusing the ignorant!
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By Keezie on March 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
I cant belive the level of ignorance that has been displayed on some of these reviews. First of all, for those of you who arent aware, Sean Paul IS NOT a Rapper. HE IS A REGGAE ARTIST!BIG DIFFERENCE. Sean Paul is from Jamaica and the dialect is very different there than it is in America/Canada. I know some Jamaican's and most of my family is from the Caribbean, so its not that difficult for me to understand what Sean Paul is saying. I dont think anyone on this board should critisize Sean Paul for not "speaking english", he does speak english, its just that you are not familiar with the dialect. Pick up some Wailer albums, as well as Jimmy Cliff and some newer artists like Shabba Ranks, Buju Banton, Patra, etc. So you'll actually know what you are talking about.
The best songs on this album are:
Gimmie the light-Nice beat
Like Glue-Another good catchy song
Get Busy-ONE OF MY FAVE SONGS ON THE ALBUM. "Shake da ting miss, can ya, can ya, shake dat ting miss", thats how the song begins and you can tell right away that its really good. VERY CATCHY, VERY EASY TO DANCE 2!
Ganja Breed-I really like this song, good dance beat.
Im still in love with you (feat Sasha)--First of all, I want to say Big up to Sasha, shes doin' it real big. This song is a remake, the original one was released a number of years ago. Anyway, this is a very nice song, I really enjoy listening to it.
International Affair--Sean Paul mixes a little ol' school reggae in this track, I love ol' school reggae, so of course I love this song.
Can you do the work (Feat. Cecile)--Big up to Cecile of course. Good song, scandolous subject matter, but Sean and Cecile have good chemistry.
Punkie--Along with "Im still in love with you" this is my favorite song on the album.
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This is a great album bringing dancehall into the mainstream. Even though it is not as raw as it could be, it still holds strong to it's roots.
It irritates me to hear idiots complaining about his accent. To "A music fan from New York" he is NOT a rapper!!! This shows that you truly had no idea what you were getting into. Maybe you didnt listen to the entire cd but this is DANCEHALL! This is Jamaican culture and he is singing it the way ALL dancehall artists do so if you don't like it, stay away from all dancehall and don't ever write another review for dancehall/reggae artists.
To k80-aka-katie you are actually correct in your ignorance...... it is much more than an accent, it is almost a new language - a dialect to be precise. You bought the "Baby Boy" single and didnt like Sean Pul on it - that's fine, you are entitled to you own opinion but then you bought an entire album from an artist you claim not to like?!
It irks me that people hear the singles and expect him to sing differently in plain english for them on the other songs?? That's the point of singles! Frickin idiots.
Any way this is a great album! Go pick it up....and pick up Elephant Man's album too!
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By BDG on Dec 26 2003
Format: Audio CD
I heard "Gimme the light", "Like glue", and "Get busy" on the radio and I liked those songs so I figured that the cd would contain great feel good party tracks. I was dissapointed after listening to the cd for about one or two times! Trust me, the only good songs are the ones I listed above. There are a number of tracks that are hard to understand and just seem unfinished. Now granted it is a ragee cd but others I can understand! In this cd, there are a good number of tracks where Sean switches languages leaving many listeners including ragee listeners confused. Probably, the worst track on the album would be the "gimme the light" remix in which Busta Rhymes makes an apperance. Now is it just me, or does that not seem right?
Overall, you will find a cd that leaves music lovers confused, dazed, and really wondering what Sean is talking about. If you like the radio singles I sugest you just find the singles somewhere because the other 19 tracks are a waste of hard earned money and valueable time.
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