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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: #5,534 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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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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 3rdeadly3rd on Sept. 24 2003
Format: Audio CD
Sean Paul's second album "Dutty Rock" (yes, he has another one out there called "Stage One") is a solid representative of the Jamaican dancehall reggae sound which appears to be quite popular these days. For the uninitiated, dancehall takes the phrasing and language of roots reggae and presents it at breakneck speed. While it's often described as "Jamaican rap" (or even "reggae rap") and portrayed as an offshoot of the American-made hip-hop sound, the truth is the other way around - dancehall being one of the influences which created hip-hop.
History aside, "Dutty Rock" is one of the standout dancehall albums of the past few years. This is saying quite a lot since Jamaica produces more music per capita than any other nation of the world. The album doesn't try to do much more than provide the soundtrack for a very loud party - no social commentary to be seen, and only a few mentions of "Jah". While it may not have the loftiest of aims, it certainly achieves what it sets out to do.
Sean's voice is well suited to the toasting (not "rapping") he performs here. It seems almost incapable of great emotion, but what he lacks there he more than makes up for with his ability to deliver highly intricate lines very rapidly.
Musically, many of the backing tracks ("riddims") are well-known ones from the previous few years or near relatives thereof. "Get Busy", for example, uses a variant of the highly popular Diwali riddim. The exception to this statement is "Top Of The Game", a track which features the unique talents of Rahzel the Godfather of Noyze - who provides what could only be called a "vocal riddim" here.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Sept. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
I'm a big fan of Sean Paul's "Dutty Rock". Sean Paul puts together some surprisingly slick ryhmes to his Dance Hall beats. As far as I can see, this album has two downsides. One is his accent-- it makes him hard to understand. Second, most of the songs repeat themselves again. But if you have no problem with that, then buy this cd! My favorite tracks include:
Like Glue: Nice beat, nice lyrics. All around good song, I could listen to it over and over.
Top of the Game: I LOVE this track! I'm such a huge fan of Rahzel, and he brightens this track up so much! I often find it stuck in my head, which isnt a bad thing.
I'm Still in Love with You: This is a GREAT Jamaican love balad! At first I thought it was tacky and annoying, and then realized it was unique and awesome...but "That's a dutty dutty love..."
International Affair: This is my favorite track on the cd. Great party song, with a nice dance beat. I could listen to this song ALL day, and still be "Dutty rockin' it from Kingston, JA"
Can You Do the Work: This is a very popular reggae beat.(also the beat to "give it to her hard" by tanto metro and devonte)
Not the most appropriate song for everyone to hear, but very, very slick.
My Name: This song has some of my favorite lyrics on the whole cd. must hear, must listen, must LOVE.
Other songs worth listening to are "Punkie", "Shake that Thing", "Gimme the Light Remix", and "It's On"
If I havent stressed this enough, THIS IS A GREAT CD!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J on Aug. 4 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is mainly aimed at the new comers to dancehall, but I will try to put something in for everyone. Shout street respect is dance hall all the way, with a strange piano thing that does seem to go well with sean's lyrics. Give me de light, straight off the Buzz riddim, is the track for the radio, and with good reason. Like glue, from the buy out riddim, is also very good. Get busy, from the diwali riddim, is a track for the clubs to bumpp, and tyey do with surprising rapidity. On top of the game could've been hiphop, the beat reflects that, but it's a tight track anyway, and quite catchy. Ganja breed isn't that good, I feel the beat is rather lacking. Concrete is quite good with another good beat. I'm still in love with you, a reggae classic remade very well. International afaire has the best beat! Can you do the work, liquid riddim, is tight also. punky is another reggae joint, call my name is dance hall all the way, souds like stage one. The rest of the cd is unreal, I would stress this to anyone, including those who never heard dancehall before, it was my first dance hall purchase, but not my last!
MJ
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "ticklzz" on Oct. 31 2003
Format: Audio CD
When i first heard S Paul's lyrics, i thought he thinks of himself as the best thing since slice bread - God's gift to women, though he aint that much to look at. I could not stand him!! But mennnn, now im in love with the guy, the Dutty Rock & Stage 1 albums move with me from my car, to my office in the mornings, back to my car, and then up into the house afterwork hours. And in the morning its back to my car, into my office back to my car, into my house all over again. I cannot get enough of his wicked riddims. Im always winding my waist, moving my body, listening to his lyrics (even when im driving) - the music just sort of makes you want to dance sexy and i just cant wait till my next dancehall outing so i can dance all the moves ive practiced listening to Sean Paul.
And the skits are hilarious. I love Sean's sense of humour- its wicked!!! SP for President!! lol
To those who dont understand what he's saying search the web for his lyrics, they make the songs even better
My most favs on the Dutty Rock album are tracks:
2. Shout (Street Respect)
9. Concrete
10. I'm Still In Love With You (featuring Sasha)
11. International Affair (featuring Debbie Nova)
12. Can You Do The Work (featuring Ce'Cile)
13. Punkie
20. Esa Loca
22. Punkie (Espanol)
and of course all the skits tracks on both albums.
The album is a must buy for everyone. SP for President!!!!!!!
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