Who Let the Dogs Out [Bonus Tracks]

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The Bahamas' venerable Baha Men have reinvented themselves with the club anthem "Who Let the Dogs Out," a high-energy stew of soca stylee, hip-hop lingo, and the traditional Bahamian party music called junkanoo. Folks winin' in the dance hall to the speed rapping of new Baha man Marvin Prosper can be forgiven for not noticing the storied roots of this music; in true Caribbean fashion, the Baha Men are all about having a good time, traditions be damned. As calypso glitzed up into soca, so has the Baha Men's version of junkanoo, funked up with synthesizers, guitars, and hip-hop era production. The real shot in the arm is the addition of three new vocalists to the lineup:...
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Barnes & Noble - Mark Schwartz
The Bahamas' venerable Baha Men have reinvented themselves with the club anthem "Who Let the Dogs Out," a high-energy stew of soca stylee, hip-hop lingo, and the traditional Bahamian party music called junkanoo. Folks winin' in the dance hall to the speed rapping of new Baha man Marvin Prosper can be forgiven for not noticing the storied roots of this music; in true Caribbean fashion, the Baha Men are all about having a good time, traditions be damned. As calypso glitzed up into soca, so has the Baha Men's version of junkanoo, funked up with synthesizers, guitars, and hip-hop era production. The real shot in the arm is the addition of three new vocalists to the lineup: Prosper, Rick Carey (who sings lead on "Dogs") and 19-year-old Omerit Heild, whose uncle was the original lead singer of the group. The new recruits make the Baha Men's insistent efforts to get junkanoo as much respect as soca and dancehall reggae that much more credible -- "Get Ya Party On" is a salute to hip-hop's old school, with shout-outs to Kurtis Blow and others, and "You All Dat" samples the wimo-weh chorus from "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," which was brought to a new generation via Disney's The Lion King. If the urge to dance has you scratching at the door, you know it's time to let these dogs out.
All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
The Caribbean trio the Baha Men get into the mainstream on their fifth release Who Let the Dogs Out, a brash and funky twist of east coast hip-hop and traditional reggae loops. The initial impression of the album thrives on the success of the album's self-titled single. It's amusing with it's abrasive whoomping throughout the song's chorus, and the Baha Men's quirky beatboxing is head-bopping and energetic. However, throughout the rest of the album, the overall party/celebratory tone takes a toll. It's fun and freewheeling, but it needs variety. The spunk exuded in the title track only delivers so much, so the album falls short just a bit. But for a decent hip-hop album, it's keeping up with current styles and norms. [The 2002 video reissue cuts "Sugar Baby Love," "Beautiful Sunday," and "Reach Out," but adds a dance remix of "You All Dat" and the video for the title track]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/26/2002
  • Label: S-Curve Records
  • UPC: 724353843106
  • Catalog Number: 38431

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Baha Men Primary Artist
Montana Taylor Background Vocals
Pete Amato Drums
Neal Bonsanti Tenor Saxophone, Horn Section
Ed Calle Saxophone, Horn Section
Tony Concepcion Trumpet, Horn Section
Mark Hudson Drums
Mike Mangini Guitar
Jay Siegel Vocals
Dana Teboe Trombone, Horn Section
Jeffrey Chea Drums, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Herschel Small Guitar, Drums, Background Vocals, cowbell
Isaiah Taylor Bass, Drums, Leader, Background Vocals, cowbell
Jason Carder Trumpet, Horn Section
Marvin Prosper Vocals, Background Vocals, Rap
Omerit Hield Vocals, Background Vocals
Steven Greenberg Background Vocals
The Magician Drums
Taunya Cooper Background Vocals
Tanya Calendar Background Vocals
Cedric Poitier Background Vocals
Chris Willis Background Vocals
Rick Carey Vocals, Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Desmond Child Executive Producer
Baha Men Composer
Pete Amato Producer
Ed Calle Horn Arrangements
Rob Eaton Engineer
Scott Gordon Engineer
Mark Hudson Producer
Mike Mangini Programming, Producer, Engineer
Jeffrey Chea Producer
Herschel Small Producer, Musical Director
The Berman Brothers Producer, Remixing
Luis Diaz Engineer
Jules Gondar Engineer, drum programming
Craig Lozowick Engineer
Nathan Malki Engineer
Steven Greenberg Producer, Executive Producer
The Magician Producer
Chris Willis Vocal Arrangements
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