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Slime and Reason

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Again & Again
4:06
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C.R.U.F.F.
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Do Nah Bodda Mi
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Let The Spirit
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Kick Up Ya Foot
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A Man’s Talk
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Buff Nuff
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It’s Me Oh Lord
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2 Much 2 Soon
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Do 4 Self
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The Show Must Go On
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I’m A New Man
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Well Alright
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The Struggle
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Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 54:38

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Jon Lusk

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12.14.10
Roots Manuva, Slime and Reason
2008 | Label: Big Dada

More than a little freaked out by over-literal readings of the tribulation-heavy lyrics on Awfully Deep, his last "album proper," South London rapper/producer Rodney Smith a.k.a. Roots Manuva has opted for a lighter, more groove-oriented follow-up. Slime & Reason shrugs off the burden of concept album, favoring instead more conventional verse/chorus structures and catchy vocal riffs — both of which are obvious on the thrusting, infectious skank of opener "Again & Again" and the hilarious… read more »

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Roots Manuva

By Jon Lusk, Contributor

Arguably the UK's leading rapper, Roots Manuva infuses his music with a strong sense of place — not just because of his South London-via-Kingston accent, but also because of what he raps about and his music's diverse stylistic flavors.Born in Stockwell to Jamaican immigrants, Roots Manuva (Rodney Smith to his parents) grew up absorbing the many vibes of multi-cultural London, revelling in particular in its sound systems. He didn't get to go to Jamaica till… more »