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Album: Shake Off the Dust... Arise

Artist: Matisyahu

  • Genre: Reggae
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • Copyright: ℗ 2004 Matisyahu

Tracklist For Shake Off the Dust... Arise By Artist Matisyahu

Title Artist Time
Chop 'Em Down Matisyahu 5:46 USD 0.99
Tzama L'chol Nafshi (Psalm 63: Matisyahu 1:49 USD 0.99
Got No Water Matisyahu 5:53 USD 0.99
King Without a Crown Matisyahu 5:18 USD 0.99
Interlude Matisyahu 0:55 USD 0.99
Father In the Forest Matisyahu 4:59 USD 0.99
Interlude Matisyahu 0:17 USD 0.99
Aish Tamid Matisyahu 6:48 USD 0.99
Short Nigun Matisyahu 1:46 USD 0.99
Candle Matisyahu 6:22 USD 0.99
Close My Eyes Matisyahu 4:55 USD 0.99
Interlude Matisyahu 0:17 USD 0.99
Exaltation Matisyahu 5:05 USD 0.99
Refuge Matisyahu 3:27 USD 0.99
Interlude Matisyahu 0:23 USD 0.99
Warrior Matisyahu 7:23 USD 0.99
Outro Matisyahu 2:13 USD 0.99

Reviews For Shake Off the Dust... Arise By Artist Matisyahu

  • Matisyahu

    By Bredice Beauty
    I bought this album because of king without a crown. I like like the original version n another live version thats more acoustic. I went almost a year not knowing who sang this song but my heart just thrives off this song. Finally someone singing what i feel. Checkout mysalvation the truth on itunes u just might like it.
  • Review

    By Karnliberated
    Matisyahu is my favorite artist by far. At our high school's dance party in October, the music was classic rock, but me and my friends Josh and Emery took over the stereo and put on one day! Keep making albums, man! You rock!
  • Finally on iTunes!

    By DavidTFooks
    Like others have said, his best work by far. Raw an unrefined...straight real.
  • Amazing

    By Jhredman
    Love all his music!! Matisyahu is the best
  • Best Matisyahu album hands down...

    By ShalominginTorah
    No doubt, his best stuff is on this album. Having 17 tracks makes it a journey, and the interludes keep the music from overwhelming you. I wish Matis would return to this kind of music! My track-by-track review (not including the interludes): Chop 'Em Down 8/10 Tzama L'Chol Nafshi 9/10 Got No Water 10/10 (personal fave) King Without A Crown 7/10 Father In The Forest 8/10 Aish Tamid 9/10 Short Nigun 8/10 Candle 10/10 Close My Eyes 10/10 Exaltation 9/10 Refuge 10/10 Warrior 9/10 Must Buy tracks: Tzama L'Chol Nafshi Got No Water Candle Close My Eyes Refuge
  • Best Hanukkah tune since the South Park Dreidel song........

    By sammyspop
    Nice tune Matis......
  • Still My Favorite Matisyahu Album

    By Sruli B
    With "Shake off the Dust...Arise," Matisyahu brought together old-school reggae and Hassidic spirituality - creating something universal, yet outspokenly Jewish. This album is essential. A must have.
  • The Original - The Real Deal

    By Heres The Deal With This App
    Finaly! I was waiting forever for the original Matisyahu album to be avialable again. These are the classics without the overproduced sound - which is nice but not as authentic as what you have here. My only reason to minus points is I wish they would have kept the original album cover. Matisyahu: Don't run to far from your roots. You rock and you inspire me. Cant wait for Live at Stubs 2. All the best!

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