Jay Sean ‎– All Or Nothing

Cash Money Records ‎– B0013683-02, Universal Republic Records ‎– B0013683-02
CD, Album

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1 Do You 4:05
2 Fire 3:20
3 Down
Featuring – Lil Wayne
4 Do You Remember
Featuring – Lil Jon*, Sean Paul
5 Ride It
Producer – Alan Sampson
6 Love Like This (Eternity) 3:38
7 If I Ain't Got You 3:18
8 War 3:45
9 Cry 4:35
10 All Or Nothing 4:22
11 Stuck In The Middle
Featuring – Jared Cotter
12 Stay
Producer – Alan Sampson
13 Lights Off 4:13
Bonus Tracks
14 Down (Candle Light Remix)
Remix – Bobbybass, J-Remy (2)


  • ProducerBobbybass (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 11, 13), J-Remy (2) (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 11, 13)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602527245164

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
602527245164 Jay Sean All Or Nothing(CD, Album) Cash Money Records 602527245164 Europe 2009 Sell This Version
602527295985(70) Jay Sean All Or Nothing(CD, Album) Cash Money Records, Universal Republic Records 602527295985(70) Romania 2010 Sell This Version
272 451-6 Jay Sean All Or Nothing(CD, Album) Cash Money Records, Universal Republic Records 272 451-6 Indonesia 2009 Sell This Version
AB-03008 Jay Sean All Or Nothing(CD, Album, Unofficial) Sound Pro AB-03008 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
JAY2P9CD2 Jay Sean All Or Nothing(CDr, Album, Promo) Jayded Records, Cash Money Records JAY2P9CD2 Europe 2009 Sell This Version

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February 24, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

Man someone recommended this COMMERCIAL POP RUBBISH, just because it had influences of Black music !!!...A very typical take on commercial mainstream pop, with all the very predictable usual over-use of RnB, Hip Hop and Swing. It seems record companies prefer to over produce and use every mainstream trick to sell talentless artist with pretty (if that) faces - no real talent with bland, tasteless, copycat music like this!!!.

For proper pop music I suggest checking real talent like Black Eyed Peas, Michal Jackson, Prince, Madonna.


February 22, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Absolutely dreadful album recommended to me and given as a unwanted gift!!!..Soppy cry baby songs with wimpy lyrics!...JS seems desperately trying to appeal and woo the mainstream pop addicted girly teeny-bop fans who buy anything that commercialism throws at them. Songs all whimper pathetically with the over-baked typical fusion of Rnb with commercial pop (with occasional eastern influences). Tracks are all to familiar with pace and style, all sung with a voice that sounds somewhere between a male and a female who's voice hasn't quiet broke yet (..I've heard parrots sing better then this!).

Possibly one of the blandest and most desperate attempts for fame records that I have ever heard - AVOID!!!!