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Exodus (album) by Bob Marley & The Wailers 

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Exodus
Exodus by Bob Marley & The Wailers (1977)
Overall rank: 259th   Overall chart history
Average Rating: 
82/100 (from 631 votes)
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Accolades: Top 10 albums of 1977 (8th)
Top 100 albums of the 1970s (64th)
Top 500 albums of all time (259th)

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Bob Marley & The Wailers bestography

Exodus is ranked 2nd best out of 22 albums by Bob Marley & The Wailers on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Bob Marley & The Wailers is Legend which is ranked number 236 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 11,477.

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Average Rating: 
82/100 (from 631 votes)
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From Graeme2 11/03/2018 21:49
I've always been not that over keen on some of the Marley stuff because of the overall sound and production. But this remastered cd I have does sound rather good. Even though it's polished, the bass is blasting. And so it should be.
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From JimagineL 08/20/2018 00:34
This one has everything Bob Marley was, a political men, worried about his people, but also a man of peace, love and faith. He really should be put up there with the greats.
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From Azbest2000 08/12/2018 19:05
Beautiful
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From Sandrof1969 02/15/2018 20:17
Il lato A accontenta i seguaci della dottrina rasta soprattutto col pezzo omonimo, il lato B conquista tutti con l'hit "Jammin'" e con "One love" ma ha, per me, una pulizia sonora eccessiva e qualche languore di troppo ( "Waiting in vain" ).
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From YoungPunk 02/10/2018 01:21
A really fun album. The Exodus song is the star player.
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70/100
From corenfro 04/21/2017 16:49
I love Bob Marley and this is his best non-compilation album. My qualm with it is that he's perfected his reggae sound so well that he deviates very little from it. Some of the songs run the risk of sounding monotonous, but the string of classics towards the end of the album buck that trend and leave us w/ a lovely Marley LP.
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From buzzdainer 03/12/2017 20:01
If I were really being honest, Bob Marley's greatest hits compilation Legend would appear here, since it was a staple in my musical rotations from the end of my high school years through college. But I'd be breaking my tradition of including only proper albums in my top 100 of all time. Since a sizable chunk of Legend is culled from Exodus... Exodus it is! While I love Bob Marley and all he's contributed to the world of reggae music, it's his love songs, rather than his political ditties, that feel most memorable to me. "Waiting in Vain" is the highlight here, with its heartbreaking repetition at one point: "I don't wannna / I don't wanna / I don't wanna / I don't wanna / I don't wanna wait in vain." I hear you, Bob. Me neither.
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From Drzozzy 02/12/2017 11:20
I bought Exodus by Bob Marley on 14/06/1989 from Record & Tape Exchange on CD for £7.00 The version I have is on the record label Island catalogue number TGLCD 6 It entered the UK charts on 11/06/1977 and got to number 8 spending a total of 56 weeks on the chart.
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From nitomano 08/22/2016 02:55
Favoritas: Jamming, One Love, Waiting In Vain, Three Little Birds
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From garycottier 06/18/2016 14:54
Probably the most well known of the Bob Marley studio albums. Exodus, is full of classic Marley. One love/people get ready, three little birds, jamming, waiting in vain and the title track are all great. Some other good tracks in, natural mystic, and the smoochy, turn your lights down low. Classic reggae album.
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