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is an album by Reggae
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Edmond Montague "Eddy" Grant is a musician, born in Plaisance, Guyana.- Life and career :When he was still a young boy, his parents emigrated to London, UK, where he settled. He lived in Kentish Town and went to school at the Acland Burghley Secondary Modern at Tufnell Park...
. The title of this album is a call for restitution for the transatlantic slave trade.
- "Concern Number One" - 4:14
- "Everything Irie" - 3:56
- "Everybody Rappin'" - 3:33
- "(Gotta Be) Positive" - 3:40
- "The Struggle" - 4:10
- "Reparation" - 4:26
- "Ringbang Man" - 4:03
- "Tit for Tat" - 4:45
- "Long Night" - 4:35
- "Going Back Deh" - 4:33
- "Love Weself" - 4:25
- "Free My Soul" - 4:05
- "Jesus Got a Face" - 5:10