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Limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The words "Wolde Senayet" are scrawled in silver ink across a black-and-white image of Peter Tosh on the cover of Best Of 1978 - 1987. These words are an honorific Rastafarian title meaning "Son of Thunder", which does this collection justice. The 14-track compilation is seamless in their quality and are more than representative of Tosh's vision - one that has been adopted and reworked in all sorts of reggae subgenres since his death.
Limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The words "Wolde Senayet" are scrawled in silver ink across a black-and-white image of Peter Tosh on the cover of Best Of 1978 - 1987. These words are an honorific Rastafarian title meaning "Son of Thunder", which does this collection justice. The 14-track compilation is seamless in their quality and are more than representative of Tosh's vision - one that has been adopted and reworked in all sorts of reggae subgenres since his death.
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Best Of 1978-1987 [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) [Limited Edition] [180 Gram] (Slv)
Artist: Peter Tosh
Format: Vinyl
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$57.99
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DISC: 1

1. MYSTIC MAN
2. BUSH DOCTOR
3. PICK MYSELF UP
4. (YOU GOTTA WALK) DON'T LOOK BACK (SINGLE VERSION)
5. OH BUMBO KLAAT
6. IN MY SONG
7. LESSON IN MY LIFE
8. EQUAL RIGHTS/DOWNPRESSOR MAN (LIVE)
9. JOHNNY B. GOODE
10. THE DAY THE DOLLAR DIE
11. AFRICAN (LIVE)
12. NOT GONNA GIVE IT UP
13. GET UP, STAND UP (LIVE)
14. FOOLS DIE (FOR WANT OF WISDOM)

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Limited edition of 2000 individually numbered copies on silver coloured 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The words "Wolde Senayet" are scrawled in silver ink across a black-and-white image of Peter Tosh on the cover of Best Of 1978 - 1987. These words are an honorific Rastafarian title meaning "Son of Thunder", which does this collection justice. The 14-track compilation is seamless in their quality and are more than representative of Tosh's vision - one that has been adopted and reworked in all sorts of reggae subgenres since his death.
        
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