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The Preacher's Son Enhanced


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 4 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0000C9ZLB
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  DVD Audio  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #57,847 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Intro
2. Industry
3. Party To Damascus
4. Celebrate
5. Baby Daddy
6. Three Nights In Rio
7. Class Reunion
8. Baby
9. I Am Your Doctor
10. Linda
11. Take Me As I Am
12. Grateful
13. Next Generation
14. Rebel Music
15. Who Gave The Order
16. Party By The Sea
17. Party To Damascus (Remix)

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Format: Audio CD
I had already heard about Wyclef Jean. But the first time, his music really reach me was when I was working at the music caranal at Quebec. I was working there, and I miss his show!! And the critics were soooo goood. So I had to buy his album.. I hadn't heard one song yet... And the first time I putted on...I couldn't beleive how It was good. Starting with:
Industry : talks about the all those rappers
Party to dasmacus : A great party song!!!
celebrate : younghood momories...great song
baby daddy : this one touch me right inside...he's taalking about step-fathers and their hard times
three nights in rio- A great dance song--great beat
class reunion--- this song is so cute!
And all the rest...are so much better from I'm your doctor, to take me as i am to party to dasmascus remix ( which he talks in french in it )
You need to buy this!
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I almost lost hope in Wyclef after Ecleftic, a disappointing album with only a few solid songs. But thankfully he bounced back. This is a great album - diverse, smooth, funky - some dance songs, some slow tips, and some conscious tunes. Well balanced and FULL of amazing cameos from cool cats like Patti LaBelle, Wayne Wonder, Missy Elliott, Buju Banton (!), Elephant Man... A couple of red hot songs feature Sharissa and Monica. Pick this one up - if you liked the Wyclef on Masquerade and have a taste for some reggae tinged tunes, you will love this one.
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a nice blend of soul, latin, reggae, r&b and hip-hop, this album is a very good introduction to wyclef jean. the lyrics are sometimes atrociously tacky - "this one goes out to my almond joy, my banana that never split" - but the album stands up on the strength of its eclectic musical approach, ensuring that there is something in it to satisfy everyone. a host of guest artists sits in - carlos santana, missy elliott, patti labelle, the edge, and dancehall favorite buju banton, among others. i would agree with some other reviewers that the record lacks focus, but then its not a concept album, nor is it meant to be. wyclef sings about all sorts of things - step-parenthood ("baby daddy"), internecine rap rivalry ("industry"), love ("i am your doctor", "baby"), social commentary ("next generation"), to name a few. nice mix of moods. some tracks, however, dont work. particularly annoying is "rebel music", where wyclef (or is it prodigy) raps over bollywood-style background music (befitting the reuniting of long-lost brothers with their mother type-scene). eewww!!!! an uneven album, but certainly worth your while to check out. especially on account of the bonus dvd (containing the studio sessions of some of the tracks) that comes with it.
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Format: Audio CD
sometimes i just like to pick music or movies out without really knowing anything about them. i had not listened to anything on this disc.
i love it. i've been playing it in the car, at work, and while walking on my treadmill. i will certainly keep wylef jean in mind in the future.
about me...i'm not a big hip-hop fan. i certainly liked old school, but post college i stopped listening to lots of music. i think i'll get back into it now.
I'M GRATEFUL TOO!
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By A Customer on April 27 2004
Format: Audio CD
Of course ego is all part of the game in hip hop music. But this CD is basically one man's inflated ego put on digital record. The low point is when he thanks God -- at length -- about simply being Wyclef. Not for his family, fans, talent .... no, simply BEING the great Wyclef is worth great thanks to God. Wyclef is his best when he puts on his reggae hat, such as in "Take me as I am," but even then sounds like a boring, flat version of Marley. And even in this celebrated love song, "Take me as I am" the subject matter is Wyclef himself. It's hard to imagine a love song that's all about "me, me, me" but Wyclef manages to do it. There's a few head-bobbing moments here, but overall the album is erratic, filled with dozens of guest apprearances. It's like 'clef is trying to impress us all with all the famous people he knows. Makes you wonder if he's capable of carrying an entire album by himself.
Sure there's variety on this ablum. He throws in a million genres. Trouble is, like the venerable jack of all trades, Wyclef does a million different things, but none of them very well. The end result is boring. It comes across as self aggrandizing tripe. "But he throws in a middle eastern thing in 'Rebel Music!'" True, but it still sucks.
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Format: Audio CD
INTRO - no review
INDUSTRY - good beat, good lyrics with an important message 4/5.
PARTY TO DAMASCUS - one of the weak spots on this album, i don't understand why this became a single, anyhow not all bad 2/5.
CELEBRATE - hard to describe, but it's very good 4/0.
BABY DADDY - good song with Redman(exellent choice) 4/5.
THREE NIGHTS IN RIO - latino-influenced party song 4/0.
CLASS REUNION - mellow song, still very good 4/5.
BABY - a good chilloutsong for the ladies 4/0.
I AM YOUR DOCTOR - a very good reggae-song with gueststars such as Wayne wonder and elephant man, one of the best song's on this cd if you like that kind of music 4/5.
LINDA - Average 3/0.
TAKE ME AS I AM - wyclef new single(a clear choice) amazing vocals from monica on top of a good song 5/O!!!
GRATEFUL - good, but not a masterpiece 4/0.
NEXT GENERATION - the same as on grateful 4/0.
REBEL MUSIC - a good song with an indie sound 4/5.
WHO GAVE THE ORDER - a good song with an imortant message 4/5.
PARTY PY THE SEA - even tho this a good cd it's very tragic in a lot of places, so you you need a happy and postive song to cheer you up, this is it 4/0.
PARTY TO DAMASCUS REMIX - the worst song on this album 2/0.
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