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Legalize It (Legacy Edition)


Download links and information about Legalize It (Legacy Edition) by Peter Tosh. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Reggae, Roots Reggae genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:18:42 minutes.

Artist: Peter Tosh
Release date: 1976
Genre: Reggae, Roots Reggae
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:18:42
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No. Title Length
1. Legalize It 4:39
2. Burial 3:53
3. Whatcha Gonna Do 2:26
4. No Sympathy 4:35
5. Why Must I Cry 3:11
6. Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) 4:38
7. Ketchy Shuby 4:59
8. Till Your Well Runs Dry 6:10
9. Brand New Second Hand 4:04
10. Legalize It (Demo) 4:04
11. No Sympathy (Demo) 4:31
12. Why Must I Cry (Demo) 3:09
13. Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) [Demo] 4:40
14. Ketchy Shuby (Demo) 4:16
15. Till Your Well Runs Dry (Demo) 5:17
16. Brand New Second Hand (Demo) 3:37
17. Legalize It (Original Jamaican Mix) 4:42
18. Burial (Original Jamaican Mix) 3:55
19. Whatcha Gonna Do (Original Jamaican Mix) 2:32
20. No Love, No Sympathy (Original Jamaican Mix) 4:41
21. Why Must I Cry (Original Jamaican Mix) 3:07
22. Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) [Original Jamaican Mix] 4:42
23. Ketchy Shuby (Original Jamaican Mix) 4:46
24. Till Your Well Runs Dry (Original Jamaican Mix) 6:12
25. Brand New Second Hand (Original Jamaican Mix) 4:09
26. Legalize It (Alternate Version) 4:27
27. Burial (Dub Version 1) 4:06
28. Whatcha Gonna Do (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate) 2:56
29. Igziabeher (Let Jah Be Praised) [ShaJahShoka Dub Plate] 4:38
30. Second Hand (ShaJahShoka Dub Plate) 4:42
31. Burial (Dub Version 2) 3:56
32. Legalize It (Dub Version) 7:02



After years of being overshadowed by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh left the Wailers to pursue a solo career. Released in 1976, Legalize It is a bold statement that Tosh had arrived and was a creative force in his own right. Although he explores some issues of spirituality, this is Tosh's most lightweight album in the sense that it is his least political. This is not meant as a criticism — in fact, Tosh's playfulness and joy ("Ketchy Shuby") only add to the album's charm. He does make political statements (the title track celebrates and promotes the use of marijuana), but they are done with a sense of humor and a melodic infectiousness that belie his sincere concern for the issues. Tosh incorporates many instruments and mixes slower ballads with upbeat grooving tunes. The album's highlight is "Why Must I Cry," a multi-layered song (co-written with Bob Marley) that conveys a sense of personal failure when fighting an uphill battle, whether it be against injustices of the world or within the confines of a relationship. Legalize It cemented Tosh's position as a giant in reggae, and the album is one of the best albums of the genre. [This deluxe Legacy Edition of Legalize It offers Tosh fans a wealth of desirable extras. Disc one features the original U.S. version of the album followed by seven demo versions. Disc two offers Tosh's own original mix of the album as it was released in Jamaica, along with a handful of dubs and alternate versions.]