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Let's Get Physical (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Let's Get Physical (Deluxe Version) by Elephant Man. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Reggae, Dancehall genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:42 minutes.

Artist: Elephant Man
Release date: 2008
Genre: Reggae, Dancehall
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:42
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No. Title Length
1. Drop Dead 3:03
2. Dem Nah Ready 3:41
3. Feel the Steam (feat. Chris Brown) 3:40
4. Throw Your Hands Up (feat. Rihanna] 3:19
5. Five-O (feat. Wyclef & P. Diddy] 4:39
6. Jump (feat. Swizz Beatz) 3:08
7. Back That Thing On Me (Shake That) [feat. Mario Winans] 3:12
8. Our World (feat. Demarco) 3:10
9. The Way We Roll (feat. Busta Rhymes & Shaggy) [Remix] 4:10
10. Sweep the Floor 3:19
11. Body Talk (feat. Kat Deluna & Jha Jha) 4:04
12. Who Wanna 3:09
13. Five-O (Remix) [feat. Wyclef, Swizz Beatz, Assassin, Yung Joc & P. Diddy] 4:05
14. Gully Creppa (Hidden Track) 3:26
15. Like a Snake 3:23
16. Spin Your Rag 3:43
17. Five-O (feat. Wyclef) 4:31



The manically charismatic and unflaggingly energetic Elephant Man possesses a booming voice reminiscent of legendary dancehall contenders like Toyan and Yellowman, and a way with a sing-song refrain that recalls the easy crossover appeal of Supercat. Let’s Get Physical, Elephant Man’s effortlessly appealing debut on P. Diddy’s legendary Bad Boy label, is clearly designed to court the crossover success that has so far eluded him. And if Elephant Man sounds somewhat uncomfortable on guest studded crossover vehicles like “This is the Way We Roll” and “Five-O,” the rest of Let’s Get Physical finds him running roughshod over a set of pummeling, uncompromisingly raw dancehall rhythms that remain refreshingly untainted by American influences. The belligerent “Drop Dead” roars out of the speakers like a fusillade of cannon-fire while Elephant Man’s lightspeed delivery on “Back That Thing On Me’ is nothing short of awe inspiring. Though Let’s Get Physical is marred by a few lazy concessions to the American market, it remains a fine slice of energetic contemporary dancehall.