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Customer Reviews

Not bad, bit a little disappointing after listening to Legalize It Legacy

I like Equal Rights more than Legalize It. In fact it's my favorite Tosh release ever and in my eyes, one of the best reggae albums ever put out there.

However, after first listening to Legalize It's phenomenal second disc of original Jamaican versions, I was a little disappointed in this. The dub versions end up sounding a little boring once you get half way through. I love dubs, but listening to an entire CD of them had me wishing this second disc was more similar to the second disc in the Legalize It re-issue.

I don't regret buying this. because I do enjoy the dub plates, I just wish the entire CD wasn't filled with them. Because of that I just can't go 5 stars on the re-issue. The original tracks are still a 5 and the outtakes on the first disc are worthy of at least 4.5 starts. But the overall package falls short of 5.

Biography

Born: October 19, 1944 in Westmoreland, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

Singer, musician, composer, and rebel Peter Tosh cut a swathe through the Jamaican musical scene, both as a founding member of the Wailers and as a solo artist. He toured with the Rolling Stones and had an international hit with a duet with Mick Jagger, then toured again to equally rapturous world audiences as the headlining act. His words would cause an uproar at the One Peace concert, but then unlike fellow Wailer Bob Marley, Tosh always made his true feelings known. He was born Winston Hubert...
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