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NEW ALBUM: Sting & Shaggy "44.876"
#11
thanks for giving it a listen Ruby....
I think that once again you articulated the album perfectly....not to be taken to seriously. maybe Sting's fans are a pretentious, self absorbed bunch just like him, LOL, I don't know, I'm just guessing....

I haven't heard the Ranking Roger collaboration but I know of his work with The Beat, Special Beat and Big Audio Dynamite, a superb ska artist in his own right IMO....
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#12
debuts at #9 on the UK charts this week and a lowly #38 in Australia,

UK chart placing is what I would have expected for both countries...
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#13
(22-04-2018, 19:30)CRAZY-HORSE Wrote: thanks for giving it  a listen Ruby....
I think that once again you articulated the album perfectly....not to be taken to seriously. maybe Sting's fans are a pretentious, self absorbed bunch just like him, LOL, I don't know, I'm just guessing....

I haven't heard the Ranking Roger collaboration but I know of his work with The Beat,  Special Beat and Big Audio Dynamite, a superb ska artist in his own right IMO....

I saw them doing "Bed's too Big Without You" on The White Room - probably an exaggeration to say collaboration, sorry! Not sure if they did anything else tbh.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgaG_Y9F3Jk
"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson
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#14
a watched the clip Ruby...that was one of my favourite Police tracks back in the day, sadly though, I wasn't impressed with the latest incarnation of it...

The White Room...I used to watch the show religiously back in the early 2000's, was almost as impressive as Jools Holland IMO
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#15
enters the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart this week at #40

courtesy of Spotify

was not familiar with Shaggy at all
I've heard of Sting
nice album

live gig of the single
which I don't much care for




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#16
i have one of Shaggy's albums, "hot shot" from the late 1990s...

I'm sure if you heard his singles you would remember them...

try Boombastic, Angel, It Wasn't Me, Oh Carolina, youll remember them I'm sure
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#17
^ Thanks to Crazy mate and Ruby ! I love upbeat happy albums ! This will fit the bill nicely !

I still listen to the Specials album for a great good feeling listen !
 The ultimate connection is between a performer and its' audience!
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