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  • Audio CD (October 26, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Vp Records
  • ASIN: B00049QKP6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #183,278 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Its a big album, don't listen to me, go get it!
Achis
Music is good, songs are well written, good high quality recordings, etc.
Negus Shabaka
I am a great appreciator of Capleton's fire and power.
Jabari Adisa

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Achis on October 28, 2004
Format: Audio CD
A new Capleton album is like an event in reggae music, even his recently released underground album Da People Them is making waves and getting tons of attention. Unlike his 2 previous VP albums More Fire and Still Blazin', Reign of Fire doesn't quite hit you as hard, thus it takes a while to get to the real vibe, but when you sight it up, you REALLY sight it up.

The opener, the massive Jah Is My Everything is probably the best song on the album and a great example of the huge sounding anthemic style songs Capleton is notorious for absolutely destroying, and having seen him perform it live recently I can say that it retains much of its power in the studio version. RoF is literally loaded with such songs Ton Load is an excellent tune which is honestly one of the best ganja anthems in a good while. Love Undeniable, he just breaks down this history copletely on that one, Steppin Up, Wise Up People, Jah By My Side, Leaders Let the People Down and Sunshine Girl with the genius Stephen Marley as well. On the dancehall side, gotta love In Her Heart and Real Hot, the wild Who Yuh Callin' Nigga is completely different. Also, buried on the album is a really good romantic song called Remember the Days, if Jah is My Everything isnt the best tune on RoF then its easily Remember the Days, despite its cheesy intro, the tune really gets going and is truly massive.

Overall, I dont even think its necessary to reccommend a Capleton album, if you're reading this you'll probably buy it anyway, its fairly the same the same vibes you've come to expect from the Prophet with Bobby Digital a good number of the songs, and I was happy to see him touch down at Tuff Gong to record at least one tune on the album (Number One Song) Capleton's style fits pretty much inside of their studios like a glove.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By mgogo on December 4, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Like he always chants, big riddim for big tunez..Then if that is what you are looking for then Reign of Fire is the album. Big conscious riddims in this CD, like Ton Load (One For The Road Riddim) and The Leader Let The People Down, Jah Is Everything, That Day Will Come (Hard Times Riddim), Never Share - Burn Dem (Forever Loving Jah Riddim). He also included some dancehall tunez, Who You calling Nigga; a very interesting and unique tune, Or Wah ( Renaissance Riddim) and one of the biggest summer dancehall tune, In her Heart (Chrome Riddim).Also got some for the ladies or let's say romantic, Sunshine Girl and Remember the Days, RtD is Wicked.

If you are looking for Dangerzone,Bun Dung Dreddie, or Couyah Couyah type of songs you won't find them in this CD.

Conscious vibes from the Fire Man himself, The prophet is reigning and still blazing more fire..Great CD. The Prophet still keeps the fire burning.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jabari Adisa on March 11, 2005
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I am a great appreciator of Capleton's fire and power. I don't agree with his occasional highlighting of homosexuals as the prevailing sign of human corruption. For the record, I see unfettered capitalism with it's corollary greed and exploitation of human/mineral/animal resources as infinitely more harmful than how people choose to express their gender/sexuality. I'm pleased to hear Capleton, on Reign of Fire, focus on global matters and cease his indictment of people who are, for the most part, unable to defend themselves from prejudice and abuse. It's important to note that his latest VP release, "Reign of Fire" avoids any mention of that subject that has some attempting to silence him. There's no coded language, no blatant reference. Nothing at all. Relax the repression of Capleton and enjoy the vibes as he chants down babylon.

Capleton is one of the most vibrant artists of any musical style performing today. I often wonder what a collaboration between Capleton and Angelique Kidjo, Carlinhos Brown, Femi Kuti or, better yet, Immortal Technique might sound like. I can imagine a musical incendiary device that the could reach rabble-rousing proportions. When King Shango says "That Day Will Come" you know he means it. And it's easy to feel inspired to join Capleton's Army. He's right when he says "They will never share" which is why he has to bun dem. Yes Iyah!

Reign of Fire is a brilliant album but I fear that most listeners don't really want Capleton to grow. If you want pure Fyah tracks I think that More Fire and Still Blazin' are more effective demonstrations of Capleton in that style. You can even look to "The People Dem" for the incessant fyah blazing. On Reign of Fire, you'll find 7 recent hits and 15 brand new tracks! This is not another singles compilation.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A. Winder on November 1, 2004
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you really cannot go wrong with capleton, but i must say that i think more fire and possibly still blazing are better albums. in terms of sound it is less aggressive (no "danger zone" or "guerilla warfare" type tracks on this one) and more relaxed, with more fleshed out tracks. as always, capleton has one of the best senses of melody, which he brings to these tracks. all in all it's less intense than other capleton records, but still a great album.
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By Smooth0707 on February 7, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I'm going to make this review short and sweet because there is little to be said that hasn't already been said. I think this is Capleton's best album, he uses some awesome riddims, you might recognize them from some Sean Paul songs or Richie Spice's "Ghetto Girl."

Definitely check this out, you won't be disappointed. There isn't a single song on this album that doesn't make you want to start blasting his music and dancing.

If you're just getting into reggae/dancehall, this is a great place to start!!!
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