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Baha Men ~ Move It Like This
The Baha Men's mix of pop-drenched R&B, rap, and Bahamian junkanoo finally lifted the veteran band from obscurity with the inescapable single "Who Let the Dogs Out." Their follow-up attempts to continue the success of their good-natured music. The title single is a dance tune suitable for everyone from toddlers to mainstream clubbers; "Giddyup" could make a suitable sequel to "Dogs," while a rewrite of Harry Nilsson's "Coconut"--"Put the lime in the coconut"--manages to out-nonsense the original. The disc's other songs often proffer a lightly philosophical stance that's hardly profound but helps make the album very likable. "Normal" pushes a healthy live-and-let-live attitude. In turn, "Rich in Love" deals with a misguided gold digger who'd rather have a Bill Gates (!) than a Baha Man. Finally, the modernized doo-wop of "I Thank Heaven" is surprisingly sweet and doesn't spoil the party. --Rickey Wright
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Lessee...Put The Lime In The Coconut is an interesting take on the old Harry Nilsson cornball classic. Best Years of our Lives has that lively island beat that drew me to them in the first place. Move It Like This is a seamless "medley vocals" number. The rest...unremakable pop.
It's good, don't get me wrong, but still a step down from Who Let The Dogs Out. (And if you listen to both albums in their entirety, you'll know why. :-D)
The vocals are good but the rap blend doesn't work as well as it might and they use it *everywhere*. There is clearly a lot of fun here and that is my criteria for good dance music but the "sound" that started emerging in Best Years is only hinted at in the other pieces. With a bit more seasoning these guys should develop into a great dance band.
I bought this cd hoping I would finally get an answer to the question, Who let the dogs out? I mean honestly I just wanted closure on the whole thing. Instead I was treated to 13 tracks that almost all somehow managed to work the word 'Shake' into them!
Sadly I was arrested because of this cd, I was at a dance and asked the DJ (slang term for Disc Jockey) to put on my favourite Baha Men song (I know how can I just pick one... so many to choose from!!) I got him to put on 'Move it Like This'. I was excited because I had come up with my own dance routine for the song that was really hot and fit the lyrics perfectly, sadly when it got to the line that said "We gonna get up on the dance floor and do the PeeWee Herman" I was thrown out of the blue light disco for touching myself in an innapropriate matter, whatever that means?
Anyway the cd is great especially for people who like to Shake it OR Shake it up!
1. You're out walking the dog when you find a nest of baby bunnies. There is no sign of mom. You should:
a. leave the babies alone. Mom will show up eventually.
b. put a box over the babies to protect them overnight, then remove the box in the morning and keep an eye out for mama bunny.
c. take them to the animal shelter.
2. You see a baby bird hopping along the ground. She tries to fly but can only flutter a few feet. You notice that her tail feathers are very short. You should:
a. leave the bird alone. Her parents are probably nearby and feeding her.
b. put the bird in a box and feed her worms.
c. take the bird to the animal shelter.
3. A teensy opossum shows up alone on the back porch one night. You should:
a. leave the baby alone. Mama's probably checking out the neighbor's garbage.
b. put the baby in a box and put the box in a tree for the mother to find.
c. put a box over the baby and call the animal shelter or a wildlife rehabilitator for advice.
4. You hear strange noises coming from the chimney and realize a family of raccoons has mistaken your chimney for a hollow tree. You should:
a. close the damper and wait for the babies to get old enough to leave.
b. light a fire. The smoke will frighten the raccoons away.
c. call a "pest" control company.
1. a. A mother rabbit will visit her nest only for a few minutes each day. If she senses danger, she may stay away for as long as 36 hours. She probably does this because her scent will attract predators. Lay a few blades of grass in a pattern on top of the nest. Look the next day. If the blades have been disturbed, you know mom's around.
2. a. Most baby birds leave the nest before they can fly. These fledglings stay on the ground for several days while they are testing their wings and growing tail feathers. Their parents feed them regularly. Feeding worms to a baby bird can be harmful. Many birds eat mostly seeds, not worms, and force-feeding them worms could be fatal. Birds who are very tiny may have fallen out of their nests. If you can't find the nest, put the baby in a box nailed to a tree. If the parents are looking for their baby, they will care for him or her right in your "homemade" nest. (Contrary to popular belief, parent birds will not reject their baby because of being handled by humans.) If the parents push the baby bird out of the box or ignore him or her, the baby is probably sick, and it is time to call a wildlife rehabilitator (call PETA for names of rehabilitators in your area).
3. c. Opossums are marsupials, like kangaroos, and carry their babies in a pouch. A baby opossum out alone is probably an orphan. Don't touch the opossum-they have very sharp teeth! Put a box punched with air holes over the baby and take him or her to a wildlife rehabilitator or shelter.
4. a. Don't try to "smoke out" raccoons-babies can fall into the fire and be burned. Calling an exterminator isn't a great idea either-exterminators usually kill them. The best thing to do is leave wildlife tenants alone. When the babies get old enough (in a few weeks), everyone will move out. Then it's time to cap your chimney and seal up all the possible entrances-but only after you're sure all the babies are gone.
How'd You Score?
Give yourself one point for each correct answer.
0-1 As guardian angels go, it looks like you're still a "fledgling." To help earn your wings, check out PETA's "Living in Harmony" factsheet.
2-3 You're getting there, grasshopper. When in doubt, call your local shelter. Most shelters have names and numbers of wildlife rehabilitators, who are usually the best people to turn to for help. Keep their names and phone numbers by your phone in case of an emergency.
4 Don't come between this "mama bear" and her "cubs"-she knows what she's doing!
Coconut - It's not the worst song on the album but it's soooooooooo not the best. My advice to you: Skip to number 3.
Normal - I guess it's alright
I Thank Heaven - Skip to 5
Best Years Of Our Lives - Well since Shrek was such a great movie, any song from it should be great as well.
Break Away - It's actually a really good song exept for me, once you listen to it once you can't get it out of your head.
Rich In Love - When I said that Coconut wasn't the worst song on the album, I ment it. THIS IS THE WORST SONG!!!!!!!!!! My ears practicly bleed when I hear this song! Listen to it and I promise you, your ears will bleed to `cause this is the worst song I ever heard in my life!
Giddy Up - I guess it's okay
Blow Your Mind - Once again, skip it
We Rubbin' - pretty good song
I just want to fool around - Now this song is good!
the wave - it's pretty good
Move It Like This (Shake It Like That Mix) - My favorite song on the album
Don't waste your time listining to this, go buy somthing else like Celine Dion or Shakira.