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Hotter Fire - 1975-1979

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Messiah Garvey (extended)
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Wolf In Sheep Clothing Version 1
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Wolf In Sheep Clothing Version 2
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Keep Your Dread
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I Light and I Salvation
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Hit the Road Jack
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Keep On Trying
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Jah Man of Syreen
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Dread High Ranking
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Hotter Fire
3:30
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Miss Lou Ring a Ding
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Same Something
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Ten Against One
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River Boat
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Dread Is the Best
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Sugar Sugar
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The Wise Sheep
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Jah Jah Love Them (Extended)
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The Upful One
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Can't Take Wah Happen In a West
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Political Confusion
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 71:48

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