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Diwali

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Greensleeves Rhythm ~ Diwali
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 21, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Greensleeves
  • ASIN: B000067FVZ
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #558,909 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Before I heard the Diwali, the best one rhythm or 'version' album that I'd heard was the Juice from VP's Riddim Driven seies, but the Diwali blows the Juice away. The vibe that it pulls is just so strong and it flat out ruled Jamaican and likewise worldwide dancehalls. As far as the album, it is absolutely devoid of bad tunes (which for me, is saying a lot because i am not a fan at all of some of the artists on i.e. Wyane Marshall, Dany English, Bling Dawg amd Zumjay (even Hawkeye) and their tunes are at least standable I even like Marshall's Overcome which is a good tune devoid of his signature annoying "CHOO CHOO CHOO") you can just play the album and walk away. Oddly enough my absolute favorite tune might be the final track which is just the riddim itself playing with a unique mix, close your eyes and listen and it conjures up all kinda fantastic imagery (an amazing vibe). The thing that sets this album apart from alll of the other one rhythm sets that I've purchased (i.e. the Juice, Bad Kalic, Liquid, Ghetto Slam etc.)is the producer's, Steven "Lenky" Marsden's, attention to detail. There is a base riddim and nearly every tune has a mix off of it, which certainly makes for an easier listen for non-dancehall fans that are not accustomed to artists voicing on the same backing track. Lenky's mixes makes nearly every tune unique in itself. My favorite lyrics on the riddim are nearly them all, however, standouts, the best of the best, include Bounty Killer's ultra tight Sufferah, Tanya Stephen's Can't Touch Me No More, perhaps my favorite Elephant Man tune ever- Elephant Message, CeiCile's Respect Yuh Wife, the Dr.'s That's Right, Spragga's Gonna Fight, TOK's Galang Gal, and Anthony B's Girls Buss.Read more ›
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I haven't always been a big fan of these single riddim CDs, but this is one of the few that is very, very good. I think most will agree that "No Letting Go" by Wayne Wonder gave this CD popularity, but I think "Party Time" by Egg Nog is actually the best song. It's getting a TON of play time in clubs, expecially the Caribbean clubs around NYC. A great song.
P.S.- If you like this CD, check out Riddim Driven: Liquid. It's a little old, but still an excellent riddim with some strong songs in it.
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This has to be one of the best compilations I have ever heard!!!! It's packed with all-star icons like Wayne Wonder, Spragga benz, Beenie Man, Elephant Man and many more. This is one of the most popular dancehall beats ever made listen to the cd and find out why. No mater how many songs I hear with this beat it never gets old, it's a tight beat!!
The song selection couldn't get any better this cd is loaded with nothing but the best dancehall artists doin' their thing to the best beat ever made. Also check out other Greensleeves riddim cds there is a bunch out there. Pick up your copy today!!!!
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