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Jamaica [Import]
  • Artist: Bob Sinclar
  • Label: Ais
  • UPC: 7798143420047
  • Item #: PIDS420047
  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 11/9/2010
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Jamaica [Import] on CD

Bob Sinclar has always been a nostalgic. DJ recognized Worldwide, the club's star system around the planet, not has never stopped being the curious teenager travels through a multitude of sounds and influences, building his musical universe on rousing rhythms. To open an original 2010, Chris has chosen therefore to "migrate" towards Kingston, where he finds Sinclar team work to cry, the one that has "shaped" the album of Gainsbourg "Aux Armes", and many others: Sly & Robbie, that is "the best" of the "old" reggae, with which achieves a modern remake of his greatest hits; Thus, even the mythical "The Beat Goes On", "Feel for You" "World, Hold On" or "Love Generation", they find themselves in rhythm slowed and with the choirs tenfold. Most of the items originals remain the same (Steve Edwards, Gary Pine, Tony Rebel..), others have been added, such as Queen Ifrica, discovered last dance-pop album Born in 69. True to his whims, outside of fashion and trends, Sinclar has rebuilt his world through the reggae prism of "old school". The result is an album exciting and original, melodic, vibration diseases. The repertoire, revisited in this new key solar assumes a cool summer, a sound "feel good" incomparable. For the first track of this Best Version of Kingston, Bob Sinclair joins Shaggy, one of several Jamaican artists talented of his time, as well as the Duo Sahara, for the intoxicating single "I Want to". Universal. 2010.