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With its mash of reggae, world, tribal, hip hop, cinematic and dub influences. Top tracks are the dubby jazz-trip of ‘It Ain’t Easy’ and the dubby trip-hop ‘Blazin” and ‘Internal Affairs’ (some great strings on that one). And quality guest Fat Jon (Five Deez) shows up on ‘Beyond Heaven’ and Vicky Virtue on ‘Rumba Medley’ and the really soulful ‘Forget About It’

It’s a mixture that often surprises but never disappoints. By the time you get to the last track, feature Rodney P’s favourite Lethal and songstress Alex Watson, I thought they’d go for the big climax. Not so obvious, as it’s a Sunday afternoon in the park rap to a downtempo beat with a nice bit of whistling.

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  • akwif

    Buy the first album. Leave this. Does not compare to the first.

    22 Jun 2009 Reply

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