- Audio CD (6 July 1999)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Sony Bmg Special Markets
- ASIN: B0060ANU2Y
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Lyrically there are no punches pulled here - these are songs are often angry and reference Rastafarianism. I Am That I Am is almost a hymn to his faith. But Peter had a way with a hook line and it is impossible not to sing along with songs like African, however odd the words might seem coming out of my mouth. That's the song where a sly ( no pun intended) sense of humour pops up as well.
The bonus tracks don't add much but neither are they terrible.
This album gets better with every listen. The stand out tracks on the album have to be 'Stepping Razor' and 'Get up, stand up' (which Peter Tosh wrote), a far better version than the Bob Marley one.
I find the bonus tracks on albums to be an excuse to re-release an old album again, and the bonus tracks are usually inferior tracks that weren't good enough to make it onto the album the first time round. The live version of 'Pick Myself Up' is an exception, and was truly a bonus. literally.
Anything involving Sly and Robbie is always worth a listen as well. One of the greatest reggae albums ever made and doesn't sound dated at all.
Great value for money from Reggae royalty
It features the excellent songs "African", "I Am That I Am", the epic title track and Tosh's signature "Stepping Razor".
The deluxe Legacy Edition includes songs that were recorded during the original sessions alongside dub mixes and alternate versions, a really good expansion that will be enjoyed by casual listeners as much as purists.
Must Own Reggae Music.
Ahhh, fond memories.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
due to the redecorating work going on i haven't had a chance to play it yet. i'm especially looking forward to the versions on the second album. mash down babylon !!!Published 1 month ago by Mikey
I bought this for my friend it came in a couple of days. She loved it xPublished 6 months ago by Diane Peck
Excellent quality vinyl with the Dub LP letting the side down. They could have hired a reputable Dub engineer such as Scientist or Paul Groucho Smykle to mix the dubs, because they... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Rey Bowen