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Inna Heights Import

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This new album is a close and personal look at Buju's soul, featuring singles like: "Hills and Valleys," "Small Axe," "Love Sponge," and a remake of the classic Toots Hibbert's song "54/56." Artists featured: Beres Hammond, Ras Shiloh, Red Rat, Jahmau and Toots Hibbert. Other tracks include: "Afrikan Pride," "Love Them Bad," "Mother's Cry" and many more!

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With the release of 1995's Til Shiloh, reggae's premiere dancehall DJ proved he is as powerful a singer as he is a chanter. A quintessential Jamaican genius, Buju is a nexus of everything about that music culture that awes and frustrates outsiders who fall under its spell. This 21-track follow-up is every bit Shiloh's equal, even an unimaginable step forward. "Our Father in Zion," "Destiny," and "African Pride" swell the heart as full as any of Marley's compositions, while "Redder Than Red," "My Woman Now," and "Love Dem Bad" prove Buju's still dancehall's Mr. Mention. Best of all, Buju reconciles reggae's divided soul, suggesting that the mountaintop Rastaman and the ghetto rude boy are one and the same. --Elena Oumano
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 9, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Greensleeves
  • ASIN: B000001TQC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,759 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
'Til Shiloh was Buju coming of age, maturing in Rastafarianism as well as in writing and performing. But Inna Heights is a whole level above 'Til Shiloh. Buju's writing has greatly developed, becoming more personal, more positive, more intelligent. His vocal performances are more powerful, his singing much stronger, his dj-ing unsurpassed. I've seen Buju live many times, but one I will not forget is at last year's Tamika Reggae Music Awards. He performed Destiny and Close One Yesterday -- with just a piano player for accompanyment. The chills are back just remembering! Inna Heights is most definately the best reggae album -- roots or dancehall -- in the past several years. Buy it!
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By A Customer on November 18, 1999
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Buju Banton is one of the best if not the best in reggae entertainment today. Other dj's are mostly one track and can't even begin to talk about other or serious subjects in their music. Buju does it all, and in this album he just shows us that he'll continue to surprise us with wicked and enlightening music.
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Buju Banton has shown that he's not only a man with inspiration but also a man with vision. Inner Heights has touch me in more ways than one. I'm sure that it has touched many others. Each and every one of those songs on this album is my favourite. I can't listen to one of the songs on Inner Heights and not listen to the others. I think the combination with Toots Hibbert was supurb. Africans with African pride...I just love it I would love to take this opportunity to tell Buju I don't think any other fan loves him the way I do and the reason I love him so much lies in his music and the songs that he sings. I've always been a fan of his ever since i've heard Browning. I'd like to encourage him to continue singing uplifting and inspirational songs. Can't wait to get another album from The Banton. One love my brother.
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By A Customer on September 13, 1999
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On "Inna Heights," Buju Banton further develops the panoply of sounds, styles, and themes he so successfully fused on "Til Shiloh." He is, truly, the lone heir to Marley's throne.
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By A Customer on July 14, 1998
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At some point in our lives we reach our inna heights, buju was able to allow us to experience his. INCREDIBLE!
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Since this album was released I have been listening to it over and over and can never get tired of it. Buju is just the best, he has really matured a lot over the years and he never cease to please his ever loyal fans especially me. This is a good album to own, especially since we intend to rule our destiny. Just about anyone can enjoy this CD, it has a song for the sad times, when your heart is broken, for mother's, lovers, and rastas. Like Buju would say "cry no more", "destiny", "give I strength", and God knows how many times I had a "close one yesterday" while facing the "circumstances". BLESSED and enjoy INNA HEIGHTS....
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I could not believe that Buju could have topped his last Album. Till Shiloh was a true revelation of his talent and Inna Heights not only confirmed my feelings but heightened them. With songs like the intro, African Pride and others how can a serious reggae album get any better than this. This is a disk for meditation and inspiration. It tells us about the brutality of modern life as poor blacks all over the world but then never let us forget that we were created in God's perfect image and that we can always find solace in him and by his grace we have survived all types of atrocities and WE ARE STILL HERE. BIG UP BUJU you are truly Jamaica's best and brightest jewel.
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By A Customer on June 25, 1998
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The biggest and best dancehall album to be released this year in my opinion, Buju combines his raspy yet sensitive voice with both lyrics of love and consciousness to provide his listeners with pure excellence. The evolution of his music is clear on Inna Heights. After the first run-through I loved every song on the album except one, Consequences. Either alone or alongside such tag-team partners as Beres Hammond, Toots Hibbert, and Red Rat, Buju banton is able to portray a gamut of emotions in upbeat and beautiful lyrics and beats. One of my most favorite albums of all time.
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