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Spice in Your Life CD, Import

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  • CD (6 juin 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000FA5690
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 3.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Sometimes (Spice In Your Life)
  2. Identity
  3. Black Like Tar
  4. Little Elements
  5. Crying Out For Love
  6. Righteous Youths
  7. Run Red Intro
  8. Earth a Run Red
  9. More Terrible (aka 911)
  10. Folly Living (aka Blood Again?)
  11. Check Yourself
  12. Move Dem Out
  13. Chalwa
  14. Marijuana
  15. Outta the Blue
  16. Prime Time Girl
  17. Holiday
  18. Fake Smile
  19. Reggae's a Fire
  20. Spinning Around
  21. Ghetto Girl

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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par S. Ricardo COMMENTATEUR DU HALL D'HONNEUR le 12 mars 2005
Format: CD
Voici la nouvelle sensation du roots. Posé sur des textes "consciencious" comme il est de bon ton de le formuler, notre chanteur se distingue également sur les meilleurs riddims du moment. Sa voix accroche et ne laisse décidément pas indifférent. Un album qui va marquer l'année et dont l'achat s'impose.
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Par Lancelle Cédric le 29 décembre 2008
Format: CD
Voilà LA PERLE de richie spice et s'il ne fallait retenir qu'un album sur les quatres sortis à ce jour(universal, spice in your life, in the streets to africa et babylon falling), ce serait celui çi s'en hésitation! Tout est bon sur cet opus! Les riddims, les mélodies, les paroles conscientes et les divers sujets abordés comme les armes, la violence, la ganja,l'élévation spirituelle... Les mailleurs titres? pratiquement tout l'album mais s'il faut vraiment choisir, alors black like tar, earth a run red, blood again, fake smile, marijuana, sometimes... Le meilleur de richie bonner!!!!!
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A tous ceux qui aiment le pur style commercial dans le reggae, cet album vous plaira ! à tous ceux dont le roots fait vibrer... traçez votre route !!
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Strictly for Promotional Purposes. . . 27 juin 2006
Par Achis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Reggae giant VPRecords made a rather large statement earlier this year in signing up Richie Spice. Over the last 3-4 years Spice has proven himself one of the bigger hitmakers in all of reggae music and has definitely carved out a rather large fanbase for himself. In doing so, instead of, as traditionally, allowing him to go and make his album, they have chosen to release his sophomore album, released originally in 2004 for 5th Element Records.

This is an odd release for VP. They have done this in the past for records such as Sizzla's Good Ways and Black Woman & Child and more recently a few of their own albums (such as the Lalabella riddim album) but this one seems to be for new reason than to promote the forthcoming Spice release for VP. Yes, the original was not on wide release (why Jetstar or SOMEONE never picked up the distribution for both it and Chuck Fender's album Better Days is a mystery to me), and I know people who could not find it for awhile. But it's place was a rather comfortable one, it still had a fine run and to be re-released after just TWO years seems at least somewhat unusual.

Musically, you can't question the intentions. Spice in Your Life is a fine fine album, but as I said, the album is just 2 years old, so the big tunes here are still rather fresh on the tip of your tongue.

Best tune here is without a doubt Earth a Run Red, the tune which has run Spice's career red to date. Excellent big big tune. Also check Black a Tar, 911, Folly Living, the massive Marijuana from the 5th Element riddim and the combination with Chuck Fenda, Fake Smile. 2 songs are added here which were not on the 5E release, the unremarkable accoustic Spinning Around and Ghetto Girl which just happens to be on the Hardtimes riddim, one of the biggest from '04, so chances are good you probably know that one as well. (definitely looking forward to Just the Other Day to be included on the new album)

Overall, get this one, ONLY if you missed out on the first round of releases. (And if you are a reggae fan then shame on you for missing it). The songs here will sound a little played, their older, but not old enough to where you'll just revel in hearing them again, most of these songs will still make the cut on a Spice stage show. This probably would have been better released as a double with the new release, however, no fault to the artist, big big songs here, wonderful message and just all around good music. Looking forward to this fall for the new album.
Big Tune after Big Tune after Big Tune. . . 11 février 2006
Par Achis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The reggae world keeps a constant eye on Richie Spice. The 'young vet' has proved to be a consistent hit maker in roots and nearly everything he touches turns to gold. Backed by a bloodline perhaps only third to anyone named Marley or Morgan in reggae the new age Rasta singer with the unusual voice has carved out a specific niche in reggae which demands constant attention.

Spice in Your Life is his second album, and its terribly difficult to find (as you can see this one is an import all the way from Japan) if you live outside of Europe or the Caribbean. But should you find a way to get it (and even I wouldn't pay this much for it) its definitely worth the efforts.

A few of the tunes here have become flat out anthems in Jamaica and several still smaller hits. For starters, try Black Like Tar over the massive Stress riddim, Crying Out for Love (which is the only singer to date besides the original who I would recommend over the riddim) over the same riddim which backed Sizzla's timeless Thank U Mamma. And those are the smaller tunes here.

The heavy ammo whips out around track 7, Righteous Youths, the song is just about brilliantly simple, works nicely and starts a stretch of about 5 lethal tunes. The big tune, 911, followed by the even bigger Folly Living. Later in teh album you get a big combination with 2 of Spice's brothers singer Spanner Banner and DJ Snatcher Dogg, the song works. Also check the even bigger combination, the wonderful Fake Smile with ex-labelmate Chuck Fenda.

All that being said the 2 big tunes here are Marijuana over the I Swear riddim and the album's biggest and best tune Earth a Run Red. The tune seemingly died and was resurrected (it also appeared on his first album in 2000) and just took Jamaica by storm in '04 as if reggae had forgotten just how HUGE it was.

Overall, definitely check Spice in Your Life. It is of course something different, you dont find vocals like this anywhere else in reggae for the most part (although I'm starting to maintain that young Gyptian sounds a little like Spice, and he does acknowledge Spice as an influence)(guess I'll hopefully be writing a review to his debut sometime this year as well). And this album is for some of the not so deep fans of the music, if you've picked up a roots mixtape over the last 2 years, you've heard some of these tunes without a doubt and you should definitely put the entire album in your rotation.
Goose Bumps 27 juin 2009
Par M. Barker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first time i heard Earth ah run red i got goose bumps. i listened to the song until the cd got scratched and i knew the words by heart. Soon after in Florida (bicentinial bay) i saw him in concert with many other greats (capelton, vybz cartel etc). The crowd went crazy as did i. He did his thing on the same stage as those greats. A few favs of mine are uptown girl, youth dem cold, take it easy, earth ah run red, folly living, marijuana, that ghetto girl. Dont sleep on his albums.
Spice In Your Life 22 octobre 2008
Par Mo Suth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is my first time buying this artist's work. After listening to some of his tracks on line, I was drawn to his style, made me think of Sizzla. Very fresh, a modern take on reggae yet still displays some of the traditional beats, good conscious lyrics, strong rasta man vibes. I will definitely buy his work again.
Goombay and Spice 5 septembre 2007
Par Stevo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After spending the last month in the Florida Keys, I have to say that this CD is incredible. Listening to Richie and drinking Goombay go hand and hand. Go ahead... spice up your life.
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