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Peter Tosh Legalize It  =2LP=180g - Coloured vinyl

PETER TOSH - Legalize It =2LP=180g - Coloured vinyl

2x LP 180g 33rpm =Remastered=
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( 1976 )- 2018 EU on limited 180g green/yellow coloured 2LP = 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 ge

Peter Tosh -Equal Rights=180g vinyl 2LP=

PETER TOSH - -Equal Rights=180g vinyl 2LP=

2x LP 180g 33rpm + 9 bonus trks=Remastered=
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( 1977 )- 2011 EU 180g 2LP + 9 bonus tracks = With hits: "Get Up, Stand Up," "Downpressor Man," "African," "Apartheid," and the title tune.The first two solo albums by Peter Tosh on Columbia Records were cornerstones of the roots-rock-reggae movement: Leg

Peter Tosh Bush Doctor =remastered 180g vinyl=

PETER TOSH - Bush Doctor =remastered 180g vinyl=

1xLP 180g 33rpm
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( 1978 ) 2014 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP-Arguably Peter Tosh's finest album, including "Don't Look Back", performed as a duet with Mick Jagger, made Tosh one of the best-known reggae artists. Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards is also featured on th

Peter Tosh No Nuclear War =remastered 180g vinyl=

PETER TOSH - No Nuclear War =remastered 180g vinyl=

1xLP 180g 33rpm
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( 1987 )-2019 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP-No Nuclear War is the final album by the Jamaican musician Peter Tosh, known for being one of the core members of the Bob Marley backing band The Wailers. He combines elements of reggae with roots and the popular

Peter Tosh Mama Africa = remastered 180g vinyl= coloured =

PETER TOSH - Mama Africa = remastered 180g vinyl= coloured =

1xLP 180g 33rpm = green coloured vinyl
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( 1983 ) 2021 EU reissue on 180g coloured vinyl LP-Peter Tosh's most “accessible” solo album, Mama Africa, would also be his best seller outside Jamaica, the only one of his albums to break into the U.K. Top 50 and even push into the bottom reaches of th