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The Doctor

Beenie Man

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1
Gospel Time
Beenie Man
4:29
2
Let Him Go
Beenie Man
3:07
3
The Doctor
Beenie Man
3:43
4
Better Learn
Beenie Man
3:27
5
Pride & Joy (feat. Jon B)
Beenie Man; Jon B
3:42
6
Bad Man Nuh Flee (feat. Mr Vegas)
Beenie Man; Mr Vegas
3:14
7
Bookshelf
Beenie Man
3:25
8
One More Time (feat. Little Kirk)
Beenie Man; Little Kirk
3:44
9
World Gone Mad
Beenie Man
3:12
10
Kingston Hot
Beenie Man
2:56
11
Tell Me (feat. Angie Martinez)
Beenie Man; Angie Martinez
3:28
12
Battery Dolly
Beenie Man
3:32
13
Some Gal
Beenie Man
2:59
14
Protect Me
Beenie Man
3:39
Total Playing Time    48:37
Billboard Top Reggae Albums - #1, 1999
Billboard Top R&B / Hip-Hop Albums - #55, 1999

Jamaican deejay Beenie Man released his tenth studio album The Doctor in 1999, recieving praise from fans and critics alike for reclaiming a traditional dancehall sound after a foray into the experimental. This album features some of his most well-known songs including Bookshelf, Tell Me (Remix) and Battery Dolly.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Phoenix Music International Studio Masters

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