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Time Traveller (Bonus Track Version)


Download links and information about Time Traveller (Bonus Track Version) by Plantlife. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:09:48 minutes.

Artist: Plantlife
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:09:48
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No. Title Length
1. Time Traveller 3:43
2. Sun Shines Through Your Love 3:34
3. Sumthin About Her 3:28
4. Freee! 1:28
5. Take It Off 3:45
6. Your Love 3:19
7. What a World (Babygirl) 3:43
8. U Messed It Up, So We Took It Back… 1:39
9. Rollerskate Jam 3:37
10. Don't Go Around Looking for a Broken Heart 3:22
11. A Girl Like U Deserves a Man Who Treats U How U Like 3:19
12. Outta Control 6:29
13. They Pay Me 4 This (Typqlsupastar) 3:05
14. Lovetoy 3:59
15. Be Beautiful (Luvboogie2) 1:49
16. Got 2 Find a Better Way 3:06
17. Tear the House Down 3:06
18. Believers… 1:31
19. Fool for U 8:01
20. U Can Have It All (Bonus Track) 3:45



The title of Jack Splash and his fellow revelers' third album is indicative, not that it wouldn't be telling as a title for either one of Plantlife's first two full-lengths. It's steeped a little more in synth-funk than Remembering Back to Now and The Return of Jack Splash, but Time Traveller is definitely all about funk, whether that means James Brown, Sly & the Family Stone, Funkadelic, or Prince. In various guitar riffs, basslines, and choruses, there are subtle allusions to '60s, '70s, and '80s funk nuggets — "Was that Mass Production, or was it Heatwave...or was it both?" — while "Agirllikeudeservesamanwhotreatsuhowulike" pretty much lifts Ray Parker Jr. & Raydio's "It's Time to Party Now" wholesale, despite its Princely title. Splash's bratty Lil Wayne-meets-Michael Henderson falsetto can wear thin across 66 sprawling minutes (the crew would benefit from a second lead voice), but something far more problematic would have to be in play to impair this stomping good time.