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Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 álbum

  • Artista: Sting & Shaggy
  • Título: 44/876
  • Género: Reggae
  • País: US
  • Fuente de los registros: CD, Album
  • Liberado: 2018
  • Etiqueta: A&M Records
  • Catálogo#: B0028176-02
  • MP3 álbum: 1739 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 1286 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.0/5
  • Votos: 788
Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 álbum

Lista de canciones

1Don’t Make Me Wait
2Waiting For The Break Of Day
3Morning Is Coming
4To Love And Be Loved
5Crooked Tree
Featuring – Aidonia, Morgan Heritage
722nd Street
8Gotta Get Back My Baby
9Dreaming In The U.S.A.
10Night Shift
11Just One Lifetime
12Sad Trombone


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
00602567473824Sting & Shaggy Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 ‎(CD, Album, Dig)A&M Records, Interscope Records, Cherrytree Records00602567473824Europe2018
noneSting & Shaggy Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 ‎(16xFile, AAC, FLAC, Album, Dlx, 24b)A&M Recordsnone2018
UICA-1070Sting & Shaggy Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 ‎(CD, Album, SHM)A&M RecordsUICA-1070Japan2018
4605026717800Sting & Shaggy Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 ‎(CD, Album)A&M Records, Interscope Records, Cherrytree Records4605026717800Russia2018
UICA-9037Sting & Shaggy Sting & Shaggy - 44/876 ‎(CD, Album, SHM + DVD-V + Dlx, Ltd)A&M RecordsUICA-9037Japan2018


  • EngineerGrant Valentine, Robert Orton, Tony Lake
  • Executive-ProducerMartin Kierszenbaum
  • Mastered ByGene Grimaldi


(c) 2018 A & M Records.
Issued in a bi-fold paperboard CD Sleeve with a 16 page booklet.

It us a given that this is not the Deluxe or Super Deluxe version of this release (which have, respectively, 4 and 5 more tracks). In Fact, this release is almost identical to Sting & Shaggy - 44/876, (with the standard 12 tracks) but it appears to have been pressed by a different manufacturer. "Made in Mexico" was inked on to the shrink wrap and the format of the M/R line and SID codes reflect this origin.

Also, on the yellow sticker on this release, which seems to be a variation on the sticker on many of the different "Deluxe" releases, listing extra tracks, there is a quote from Good Morning America: "The hottest star mashup in music today". The Deluxe and Super Deluxe stickers do not have this marketing message.

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode (Printed): 6 02567 47382 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 1122JP2817602 01 0001
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV77
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KK41
  • Rights Society: BMI/ ASCAP


  • Recorded At – Ranch Studios
  • Recorded At – Sear Sound
  • Mastered At – Oasis Mastering
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution



44876 - Sting, Shaggy. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sting, Shaggy. UMG LatinAutor - PeerMusic, UMPI, CMRRA, LatinAutor, ASCAP, LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor - SonyATV, SOLAR Music Rights Management, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. The Royalty Network Publishing, EMI Music is a collaborative album by English musician Sting and Jamaican musician Shaggy. It was released on 20 April 2018 by A&M Records, Interscope Records and Cherrytree Records. The album's title refers to the country calling code for the United Kingdom 44 and the North American area code for Jamaica 876, Sting's and Shaggy's respective home countries. 44876 Super Deluxe. Apr 20, 2018. Track List And Lyrics. DISC NO: 1. 44876 ft. 44876 was recorded in Jamaica and New York with Sting & Shaggy being joined by various musicians and writers including the legendary Robbie Shakespeare of Sly and Robbie, dancehall sensation Aidonia, Morgan Heritage, Branford Marsalis, Agent Sasco and Stings longtime guitarist, Dominic Miller as well as writers Taranchyla, Dwayne iLL Wayno Shippy, Shane Hoosong, Machine Gun Funk and Patexx. 44876 is a reference to area codes in Shaggy and Stings respective countries, 44 being from the UK and 876 being from Jamaica. The album explores Reggae rhythms common to both musicians. 44876 Q&A. Has the album received any accolades 44876 received the GRAMMY for Best Reggae Album in 2019 . Shaggy and Sting's first collaborative album is '44876. Salvador Ochoa. Stings last album, 57th & 9th, was a surprisingly straight-ahead, rock-oriented affair. Here, he pulls another detour, teaming up with Jamaican reggae-pop growler Shaggy. While 44876 appears to begin in Jamaica, it gradually hones in on the pairs mutual admiration for American life and culture. Beach Boys harmonies drive Dreaming in the . and Sting revisits his inner Tin Pan Alley for the soggy Sad Trombone and 22nd Street, though Shaggy slyly undercuts the latters sentimental journey with goofball lines like To get your body was my goalBut you fit perfectly inna de wifey role. For the first minute of 44876, the new collaborative album from Shaggy and Sting that is hotly anticipated if only for its WTF novelty, it sounds like the two musicians may just pull this thing off. 44876 out Friday opens with its title track, beginning with a sunny verse from Shaggy celebrating his island roots over charmingly of-the-moment tropical-pop beats, hinting that the joining of forces between the English rocker and the Jamaican dancehall star may not be a total bust. Then, Sting starts singing. It shakes me to my soul with a positive vibration, I start dreaming of Jamaica, th. 44876 - a collaboration named after the phone codes for their respective home countries - is most certainly a party record, albeit one that cooks at a low simmer as it swings between fleet-footed reggae sunsplash tunes and mellow grooves. If Sting seems subservient to Shaggy, that makes sense. Shaggy specializes in doing one thing well, while Sting took it as a point of pride that he could do anything from jazz to symphonies. Why Shaggy Presumably, if Sting wanted to go 5050 on a reggae album, he had options. Toots Hibbert is still in fine voice. The Wailers arent really the Wailers anymore, but Sting and the Wailers has a hell of a ring to it. And if he were looking to make a splash on the adult contemporary charts, Michael Franti probably could have made it happen. But Shaggy Mr. Boombastic The guy who sings like hes auditioning to voice a breakfast cereal character Why It turns out the two just really hit it off. Sting even refers to my good friend Shaggy early on the duos unlikely collaboration 4487. The album leads off with the sleek, dancehall influenced title track. Sting, who has lived in New York for many years, needed a break because the politics of this country is getting to me although hes not specific with the dizzying barrage of tweets and tawdry headlines, maybe he doesnt have to be. You see some politicians, you hear the things they say, you hear the falseness in their positions, were waiting for the break of day, his message punctuated by the gospel influenced backing vocals of Melissa Musique and Gene Noble. Gotta Get Back My Baby

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