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  • Audio CD (May 25, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: VP Records/Greensleeves
  • ASIN: B000PSJA5S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #447,802 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Achis on June 25, 2007
Format: Audio CD
Releasing just two albums in the first half of any given year its still considered ultra busy for most artists (particularly when the artist just released one of the most commercially successful albums of their career the previous October) these days. Imagine having a responsibility to promote both albums, to tour for both, to do interviews for both and even before that; having to actually MAKE both albums. Things are different in reggae music however, and especially on the roots side. With artists such as Luciano, Turbulence, Anthony B, Jah Mason and now seemingly Lutan Fyah and Natural Black adding themselves to that mix releasing multiple albums per year with absolutely no problem and still managing to tour several times per year and record year round as well, roots reggae music is a genre of music so hungry for vibes that it seemingly demands more from its greatest champions than any other musical genre. And arguably the greatest champion of them all is not only not immune to such demands, he is in fact the undisputed leader of them. Should I take a count on how many albums he has done in the 12 years since he made his first (the now ultra hard to find, and wonderfully solid Burning Up, both covers!) , the number would hover right around (but probably over) a stacked forty eight studio albums, not to count the various greatest hits, region specifics, anthologies and mixtapes, putting his average right at around 4 or so a year (and there was a year or so in there where he had no releases as well). Sizzla's fans ostensibly have no problem pushing the money for his albums, tours and various other forms of media to which the August Town native comes to them during a given year.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kishman Spence on July 15, 2007
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Ok, so I'm not as prolific as collecting Sizzla's album as he is at making them. But with a dozen or so and counting I consider myself a real fan of the authentic roots Sizzla. In one word, I-Space is SOLID. It easily ranks into my top five Sizzla albums, loaded with lots of nice rootsy ballads. On a album nicely balanced with SOLID tracks "Really and Truly", "Make Me Yours", "Chant Dem Down" stand out as some of the more potent. For all the real roots Sizzla fan, this is definitely one for your collection! Great job Miguel!
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By J. Sousa on July 2, 2007
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A return to roots. A mix between Waterhouse and Da Real Thing. This album is a good reply to all the critics saying Sizzla is just slack now (which doesn't even make sense anyways coz Overstanding didn't even have one slack tune). Best songs to me are "Make me Yours" and "Stop All the violence" and the closing track "Put the People Interest First." This is probably in my top 5 Sizzla...for most artists, their 5th best album would be considered a bad album but when you got 40+ albums, being in the top 5 is saying a lot....

Also, to the person that wrote the above, Really really long review...Please tell me how I can buy Blaze Fire Blaze!!! I've never found a copy! My email is jsousa@clarku.edu!
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i love this one it is very cultural and understanding and much respect to all the women out there who have been mistreated it will up lift them and it sings about things that are happening all over the world reality lyrics it is great i love it
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Timothy D. Nevin on December 6, 2007
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I-Space, along with the other Sizzla CD released this year, Children of Jah are both very good. I personally enjoy his roots reggae side more than this r&b side, or his unintelligible ranting at points. The thing is that he seems to be slowly maturing as an artist, but still the quality of his CDs seem to ebb and flow. Anyway this is a high point. Low points include horrible CDs such as "Rise to the Occasion" and "Jah Knows Best". I can say this with confidence, because I am a huge fan, and own almost his entire discography. The problem is that searching for his best material is like searching for brilliant gems amongst the trash heap. I think he is a creative genius when he wants to be. The rastafarian ideology in my opinion is total crap based on ridiculous fantasy, but its the music here that matters. I have 3 pieces of advise for Sizzla..

1. Someone please tell him to avoid singing in falsetto. He sounds like a small girl when he does this and it gets really annoying. Stop it!

2. He seems to have run out of words that rhyme with "his majesty". Enough religious cliches already. Jeez!

3. Some groups have accused him of homophobia. I personally have not encountered this in his lyrics, and it is definately better that way.
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