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Description Edit

"Rastaman Vibration" is the second studio album by Bob Marley & The Wailers, released in the spring of 1976. While the album was a big hit in the USA (Top 10), it did not generate a hit single.

Facts Edit

Track Listing Edit

Original release Edit

  1. "Positive Vibration"
  2. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
  3. "Johnny Was"
  4. "Cry To Me"
  5. "Want More"
  6. "Crazy Baldhead"
  7. "Who The Cap Fit"
  8. "Night Shift"
  9. "War"
  10. "Rat Race"

2001 remastered release Edit

  1. "Positive Vibration"
  2. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
  3. "Johnny Was"
  4. "Cry To Me"
  5. "Want More"
  6. "Crazy Baldhead"
  7. "Who The Cap Fit"
  8. "Night Shift"
  9. "War"
  10. "Rat Race"
  11. "Jah Live" (bonus track)

Deluxe Edition Edit

Disc One Edit

  1. "Positive Vibration"
  2. "Roots, Rock, Reggae"
  3. "Johnny Was"
  4. "Cry To Me"
  5. "Want More"
  6. "Crazy Baldhead"
  7. "Who The Cap Fit"
  8. "Night Shift"
  9. "War"
  10. "Rat Race"
  11.  "Jah Live" (original mix)
  12. "Concrete" (B-side of "Jah Live" single)
  13. "Roots, Rock, Reggae" (single mix)
  14. "Roots, Rock, Dub" (single dub mix)
  15. "Want More" (alternate album mix)
  16. "Crazy Baldhead" (alternate album mix)
  17. "War" (alternate album mix)

Disc Two Edit

  1. "Intro" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  2. "Trenchtown Rock" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  3. "Burnin' And Lootin'" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  4. "Them Belly Full (But We Hungry)" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  5. "Rebel Music (3 O'Clock Roadblock)" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  6. "I Shot The Sheriff" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  7. "Want More" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  8. "No Woman, No Cry" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  9. "Lively Up Yourself" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  10. "Roots, Rock, Reggae" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  11. "Rat Race" (live from Hollywood, May 1976)
  12. "Smile Jamaica" (Part One, A-side)
  13. "Smile Jamaica" (Part Two, B-side)

Trivia Edit

  • the complete Hollywood 1976 concert has been released one year later in 2003 as "Live At The Roxy"; for more info about the performance itself see also 1976-05-26.

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