Check out some of bob marley and the wailers top albums that might interest you

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Bob Marley and the Wailers (previously known as The Wailers, and prior to that The Wailing Rudeboys, The Wailing Wailers and The Teenagers) were a Jamaican ska, rocksteady and reggae band. The founding members, in 1963, were Bob Marley (Robert Nesta Marley), Peter Tosh (Hubert Winston McIntosh), and Bunny Wailer (Neville Livingston). The band is renown globally for its top reggae music songs and Rastafari culture teachings. Below is a list of their top five music albums that rocked the world back then.

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1.Survival Album The album contained several songs that had political message with the most notable one being Zimbabwe which was aimed at the apartheid minority government at the time in Zimbabwe. The band went on to perform the song on zimbabwe's independence . Songs 1.Africa unite 2.Zimbabwe 3.One drop 4.wake up an live 5.Babylon system 2.Catch a Fire album The album was released in April 1973 and it included some top songs like; 1.Concrete jungle 2.stir it up 3.Stop that train 4.Slave driver 5.Slave driver 3.Rastaman vibration Album Rastaman vibration album was released in April 1976 and it included top songs like; 1.Rastaman vibration 2.Johnny was a good a man. 3.cry to me 4.Rat race 5.Who the cap fit

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4.African herbsman album African herbsman album was released in 1973 as arepackage of the 1971 album saul revolution part 2, the album included the several top songs like; 1.Put it on me 2.400 years 3.All in one 4.Stand alone 5.Sun is shining 5.Confrontation album Confrontation is the thirteenth and final studio album by Bob Marley & the Wailers and the only to be released posthumously in May 1983, two years after Marley's death. The songs were compiled from unreleased material and singles recorded during Marley's lifetime. Many of the tracks were built up from demos, most notably "Jump Nyabinghi" where vocals from the I-Threes were added, which were not there when Marley released the song as a dubplate in 1979. In addition the harmony vocals on "Blackman Redemption" and "Rastaman Live Up" are performed by the I-Threes in order to give the album a consistent sound – on the original single versions they are performed by the Meditations. The most famous track on the album is "Buffalo Soldier". Some of most notable song from the album include; 1.Jump Nyabinghi 2.Chant down babylon 3.stiff necked fools 4.I know 5.Rastaman live up