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    Default Couples Music Playlist

    After returning from CSA July 2012 and having Reggae music in my head and fond memories attached to it I would like to locate the songs that were playing in the dining halls and the catamaran cruise. I've got all the Bob Marley stuff, what i am looking for is the other songs. Can a staff member or anyone provide this list? There are so many good songs and would love to add them to my ipod. Thanks ahead of time!

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    I just posted this on another thread.

    I've been into reggae for almost 20 years now, so I've got a lot of really good stuff. Here's just a quick sampling to get you going. I also have the CD they play on the Cat Cruise, which I ran through Shazam, so I have all the names of those songs too. I'll have to post that later.

    Songs (followed by artist):

    96 Degrees in the Shade - Third World
    Guess Who's Coming to Dinner - Black Uhuru
    Jah Give Us Life - Wailing Souls
    Jamaica Love - Busy Signal
    Murder She Wrote - Chaka Demus & Pliers
    Murderer - Barrington Levy
    Night Nurse - Gregory Isaacs
    Slavery Days - Burning Spear
    With a Little Help from My Friends - Easy Star All Stars feat Luciano
    Sweet Jamaica - Mr. Vegas feat Shaggy & Josie Wales
    Downpressor - Peter Tosh
    Let Down - Toots & the Maytals
    I'm Still In Love With You - Sasha & Sean Paul
    Chase Dem - Stephen Marley
    Chase The Devil - Max Romeo & the Upsetters
    The Way You Do The Things You Do - UB40
    I'm Yours/Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Straight No Chaser (not a reggae artist, but really fits the theme)

    Albums (follwed by artist):

    Til Shiloh - Buju Banton
    Tribulation - Dennis Brown
    Legalize It - Peter Tosh
    Busy Signal has a few good albums
    Any of the Reggae on the Rocks live albums
    The Reggae Gold albums have some good stuff and some crappy stuff - hit or miss
    Israel Vibration's albums are also good
    Slightly Stoopid is a Sublime-type band that is more reggae and less rap. Their acoustic album, Live & Direct has a great reggae feel.
    Last edited by dank120; July 11th, 2012 at 09:50 AM.

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    Slightly Stoopid is more than just "Sublime-type", it's Bradly Noel and some others!! lol

    Good stuff, fo sho.. The whole list above!!

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    Now this would be a great idea for the gift shop!!! It would make work more fun :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketNPatty View Post
    Slightly Stoopid is more than just "Sublime-type", it's Bradly Noel and some others!! lol

    Good stuff, fo sho.. The whole list above!!
    Actually, Bradley Nowell was not in Stoopid, but his label did initially sign them. Love those guys! Seen them live a dozen times. Great band.

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    My husband would love the cd that was played on the Catcruse. Can you e-mail me the name of it? Thank you so much!!

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    @dank120 can you post the cd playlist from the cat cruise?

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    I posted this yesterday on the other reggae thread, but here you go:

    Here's the song list from the Nice Reggae CD on the Cat Cruise. There are a couple I couldn't identify.

    1) One More Night – Busy Signal
    2) Sweet Love – Busy Signal
    3) Call On Me – Jah Cure ft Phyllisia Ross
    4) Love’s Contagious – Tarrus Riley
    5) Pon Your Head – Chino
    6) Hope and Pray – Mavado
    7) Fall Rain Fall – Mavado
    8) Lioness On The Rise – Queen Ifrica
    9) (Couldn’t Identify – “Why can’t we” is main lyric)
    10) (Couldn’t Identify – “”)
    11) I’m Just A Man – Red Rat
    12) Murderer – Romain Virgo
    13) August Town - Etana
    14) Present Of Love - Javaughn
    15) (Couldn’t Identify, but “cassava” is the main lyric)
    16) Life – G Whizz
    17) Don’t Blame Life - Bugle
    18) Unfair Officer - Wasp
    19) Colins de Paradis - Bhy2r
    20) True Friend - Demarco
    21) Best I Ever Had - Drake

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