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1
A Big Big Pollution
00:03:12

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2
I Am Not a King
00:04:10

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3
Politicians
00:02:54

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4
Lead Us Jah Jah
00:03:42

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5
Can't Live Like This
00:03:50

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6
Things in Life
00:03:58

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7
Show Us the Way
00:03:54

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30 Pieces of Silver
00:02:52

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9
Fittest of the Fittest
00:03:47

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10
Tribulation
00:03:40

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11
Lets Go to the Blues
00:03:20

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12
Jah Children Must Come
00:04:02

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13
Don't Let No One Bribe You
00:04:09

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14
We Need Love
00:03:28

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15
Jah Jah Love Everyone
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16
Mr Money Man
00:03:26

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17
Natty Roots Man
00:03:33

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18
We Have to Work All Day
00:03:48

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19
Let Go Jah Jah Children
00:03:00

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20
Love Is the Answer
00:03:32

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