Buju and Friends

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ReleasedOctober 26, 2004
Label VP
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Buju and Friends is a compilation album by dancehall/reggae artist Buju Banton, released in 2004 (see 2004 in music), consisting of duets between Banton and other artists.


Track listing

Disc 1

  1. "Bonafide Love" (feat. Wayne Wonder) - 3:54
  2. "Who Say" (feat. Beres Hammond) - 3:51
  3. "Little More Time" (feat. Beres Hammond) - 3:59
  4. "Wicked Dickie" (feat. Nadine Sutherland) - 3:49
  5. "Hotness" (feat. Heavy D & the Boyz) - 3:52
  6. "Love Dem Bad" (feat. Red Rat) - 4:03
  7. "Teaser" (feat. Bounty Killer) - 3:48
  8. "Get It On" (feat. Wayne Wonder) - 3:29
  9. "What I'm Gonna Do" (feat. Nadine Sutherland) - 4:02
  10. "I Do" (feat. Fundisha) - 3:48
  11. "We Set the Principal" (feat. Beenie Man) - 3:30
  12. "Ring the Alarm" (feat. Tenor Saw) - 5:41
  13. "Watch How You Flex" (feat. Ed Robinson) - 3:57
  14. "A So" (feat. Tony Rebel) - 3:44
  15. "Weary" (feat. Culture) - 3:39
  16. "Hang On" (feat. Gregory Isaacs) - 3:42
  17. "I Dare Not Be Ungrateful" (feat. Leroy Sibbles) - 4:08
  18. "54-46 That's My Number" (feat. Toots Hibbert) - 4:05

Disc 2

  1. "23rd Psalm" (feat. Morgan's Heritage) - 5:40
  2. "Massa God World" (feat. Wayne Wonder) - 3:55
  3. "Complaint" (feat. Garnett Silk) - 3:54
  4. "Give I Strength" (feat. Ras Shiloh) - 4:00
  5. "We Will Be Alright" (feat. Luciano) - 4:12
  6. "Mother's Cry" (feat. Jah Mali) - 3:41
  7. "Sound in the Air" (feat. LMS) - 4:52
  8. "Can You Play Some More" (feat. Beres Hammond) - 4:02
  9. "My Woman Now" (feat. Beres Hammond) - 4:06
  10. "Childish Games" (feat. Marcia Griffiths) - 3:57
  11. "Closer" (feat. Marcia Griffiths) - 3:49
  12. "Poor Old Man" (feat. Stephen Marley) - 4:24
  13. "Want It" (feat. Twiggy) - 3:55
  14. "Make My Day" (feat. Brian Gold & Tony Gold) - 4:59
  15. "Commitment" (feat. Wayne Wonder) - 3:15
  16. "No More Misty Days" (feat. Rancid) - 3:47
  17. "Tribal War" (feat. Brian and Tony Gold, Tony Rebel, Terry Ganzie) - 3:44
  18. "Good Times" (feat. Fat Joe & Beres Hammond) - 4:24
  19. "All Will Be Fine" (feat. Sons and Daughters Choir) - 5:08

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