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Wow... The Story [Vinyl]

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Disc: 1
1. The Mass
2. Many Many
3. Que Sera/Hottie Hottie Crew
4. Funny Man
5. Gallang Yah Gal/We No Sorry
6. Boom/Can I Get a
7. Boom Tune
8. Desperate Measures
9. Ghetto Pledge
10. Babylon Bwoy
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Who
2. Heading to the Top
3. On a Roll
4. Flossing Everyday
5. More
6. No
7. High Rollers
8. Smooth Operator
9. Another Level
10. Mama's Teaching

Product Details

  • Vinyl (October 24, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Artists Only Records
  • ASIN: B000050HYK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,642,932 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rockelle S. Joseph on February 18, 2006
Format: Audio CD
This album is great. It has many big tunes from when I was at school in Jamaica. He is truly a great artist and not easily forgotten.

The best tracks are:

MANY MANY, QUE SERA,FUNNY,GHETTO PLEDGE,GALLANG YAH GYAL, BOOM TUNE, BABYLON BWOY, MAN AND MAN and ANOTHER LEVEL one of the greatest songs featuring Bounty Killer.

I also liked Mama's teaching even though it is more hip hop sounding. Personally I wasn't into disc two with the more hip hop sounding tunes. I would have preffered Another Level and Mama's Teaching to be moved to disc one and be done with it because I don't listen to the other songs and it seems like a big waste of time switching discs just to play two songs.

Basically if you want a hip hop album buy that and not this because ppl are complaining about the reggae beats etc are we forgetting who baby cham is?

Four stars is what I give this album because I found the other songs unnecessary for a dancehall/reggae album but I guess that may appeal to others but the other songs are top marks recommended to dancehall fans.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tameka B on October 24, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Wow is the right word for this cd. From Track 1 on Disc 1 straight down to track 10 on Disc 2 this cd is the bomb. Baby Cham has put us all on another level with this cd. The tracks on disc one should be very familiar to us and then he comes at us again with disc two with some in your face lyrics and beats that with having you bopping your head in the jeep or whereever. Ms. Foxy is on with "More". Shaggy and Hope is on with "High Rollers" and let's not forget about Mr. Bounty Killer himself with the smash hit, "Another Level". This cd is HIGHLY recommended. Can't wait to see what he comes with next.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mark on January 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
BABY CHAM, (Dameon Beckett) is a rising young star that, by the time
his first album, "WOW...THE STORY" had been released, has
had 12 major top ten hits in Jamaica. He is a deejay whose big tunes
include "Desperate Measures," "Ghetto Pledge,"
"Another Level" and "Boom." On this double-CD
release the 2 discs are divided into separate themes. The first disc
titled, "THE BEGINNING," is a collection of all his ragga
singles that have mashed up the airwaves in Jamaica over the last few
years. The second disc titled, "ANOTHER LEVEL" consists of
10 new songs tailor made for the crossover hip-hop market in the
United States. Although this album is loaded with wicked hits, only
occasionally does it show any depth or originality in the artist or
his producer.
Many of the hit tunes on disc one, "THE
BEGINNING" take up the tired subject of slackness (sex). One or
two songs on an album about one-night stands can be amusing but after
the third or fourth song on the subject this becomes annoying and
repulsive. For instance on the smash single "MANY, MANY" in
a deep baritone voice CHAM asks, "How many girls get slammed too
many?" A chorus of mocking voices singing, "Many, many,
many, many, many," answers him. CHAM then really displays his
role as a player when he brags, "Kerry did easy 'cause she love
off me car/ she lined up Susie for me go to sleep with her/ she never
get a visit 'cause she live too far/ so me go to meet her at Cactus
bar." What a player he is. Good for you CHAM! Who cares? Not
me.
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