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Legalize It

Legalize It
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Catno

190758834610 190758834610 190758834610

Formats

1x Vinyl LP1x Vinyl LP1x All Media Album Limited Edition Reissue

Country

Europe

Release date

Oct 1, 2018

Genres

Reggae

Peter Tosh left the Wailers to pursue a solo career, and in 1976, he released this bold statement as a creative force in his own right. Commonly recognized as one of the best albums in Reggae history, Legalize It, featuring the hit Why Must I Cry co-written by Bob Marley, firmly established Tosh's position as a giant of the genre.

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Sleeve: M

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A1

Legalize It

6:39

A2

Burial

3:55

A3

Watcha Gonna Do

2:27

A4

No Sympathy

4:35

A5

Why Must I Cry

3:12

B1

Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised)

4:38

B2

Ketchy Shuby

5:00

B3

Till Your Well Runs Dry

6:11

B4

Brand New Second Hand

4:05

C1

Burial (Dub Version)

C2

Whatcha Gonna Do (Shajahshoka Dub Plate)

C3

Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) (Shajahshoka Dub Plate)

D1

Second Hand (Shajahshoka Dub Plate)

D2

Burial (Dub Version)

D3

Legalize It (Dub Version)

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