Too Bad (album)

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Too Bad
Buju Banton Too Bad.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 12, 2006
Genre Dancehall
Label Gargamel Records
Buju Banton chronology
Toppa di Top and Dirty Rhythms
(2006)
Too Bad
(2006)
Rasta Got Soul
(2009)
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Too Bad is the eighth studio album by dancehall artist Buju Banton, released in 2006 (see 2006 in music).

Track listing

  1. "Your Night Tonight"
  2. "Try Offa Yah"
  3. "Nothing"
  4. "Too Bad"
  5. "Waistline"
  6. "Jig"
  7. "Me & Ounu"
  8. "'Til It Bend"
  9. "Hey Boy"
  10. "Go Slow"
  11. "Driver"
  12. "Girl U Know"
  13. "Lonely Night"
  14. "Who Have It"
  15. "Better Day Coming"
  16. "Don & Dupes" (feat. Pinchers)
  17. "Fast Lane"

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