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Little Baggariddim Import


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 9 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: EMI Europe Generic
  • ASIN: B000000WIT
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

1. The King Step Mk 1
2. The Buzz Feeling
3. Lyric Officer Mk 2
4. Demonstrate
5. Two In A One Mk 1
6. Hold Your Position Mk 3
7. Hip Hop Lyrical Robot
8. Style Mk 4
9. Fight Fe Come In Mk 2
10. V's Version
11. Don't Break My Heart
12. I Got You Babe
13. Mi Spliff

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By A Customer on Feb. 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
**Thank you so much for making this album UB-40**
I was not the biggest fan of UB-40 until I heard this album, back in college, but after the first listening, I was so blown away!!
This great music represents real reggae and its wonderful followers, way more powerful and meaningful than the commercial side to UB-40*. So spiritual and clever, is the track- "Buzz Feeling". the kind of music they should play on the radio, to open up peoples minds to reality!
All throughout the album generally brilliant lyrics with incredible reggae sound and masterful production by UB-40,
this is truely a collectors item! If you dont own or like this album, and are a reggae or UB-40 fan, then I am truely lost for words!! Praise JAH!!!!
In fact on an end note, after initially hearing this wonderful album, we must of played it over a million times and included it in virtually every session*** JAH RASTAFARI **
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Format: Audio CD
This is 1 of UB40's best albums to date.I think it may be hard for the American fans to understand at times,as it can speed up quite a bit!But once you give it a couple of plays right through then you get the hang of whats actually being said in the songs. Being a very big fan of UB40 I think this is great music theres dub and ska in here....BRILLIANT mix!! Anyway take a listen I think most of the fans will love it!
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By A Customer on Jan. 28 2000
Format: Audio CD
I think the only UB40 tracks on this album are, I got you babe,Don't break my heart,Hip hop lyrical robot and my fav Mi spliff.I don't know why but these songs were then released on the LP Little baggariddim.This is still a good album if you like the mix of the two sounds
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Format: Audio CD
Just had to respond after reading the poor review of this alblum. I have liked UB40 for years, but this record, featuring guest rappers from England, is different and very good. For those who like English reggae and UB40 before they became acceptable for your grandmother, this is a must. It's rough around the edges, but a great party alblum.
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By A Customer on April 7 1999
Format: Audio CD
This is not really a UB40 CD - It is UB40 giving help (and a name) to young wannabees - mainly from central England. The two tracks with Pato Banton are not too bad, but the rest are very poor. The saving grace are the 3 'real' UB40 tracks that were originally on a 12" single that accompanied the album, these being 'Don't Break My Heart', 'Mi Spliff' and the clasic 'I Got You Babe' with Chrissie Hyndes - This one is strictly for collectors - If you want to really listen to older UB40 material I suggest CD's like 'Signing Off' and 'Present Arms' or the newer 'Promises and Lies' and 'Guns in the Ghetto'.
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