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"K.K. Reggae" is a laid-back K.K. Slider song. It is named after the Jamaican style of music, Reggae, and has a simple R and B drum kit, a dub synth that is the main melody, and a lightly riffed organ. Curly, Piper, Bill, Hamlet, Shep, and T-Bone play this song if they have a stereo in their houses.
The album cover features K.K. Slider playing his guitar and Shep playing a conga.
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