Legend (compilation album) by Bob Marley & The Wailers
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The best album by Bob Marley & The Wailers is Exodus which is ranked number 296 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 6,434.
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The first four songs are great, but it gets reeeeeeeeeally monotonous real quick. Every song might be great on it's own, but one right after the other is tiring.
This is a compilation, so it is hard to rate it the same way as other albums. Anyway, this is an excellent starting point if you are unfamiliar with this music genre and then you can decide if you want to go deeper (in my case I didn't).
Certainly best-in-class as far as compilations go, but it misses the intensity of the mid-70s Island albums.
Great compilation if your one who only likes a touch of quality reggae every now and then
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My only issue with this album is people act like this is the only Bob Marley album in existence, or it's the only one they need.
Great collection of great songs from Bob Marley absolute favorite.
It’s not in chronological order as I prefer and not all of these would make my top playlist but it’s a great compilation as previously commented. If you love it I would recommend listening to all his albums starting with Catch A Fire. This great compilation is far from the whole story.
I'm not a fan of reggae music, but for me this is reggae's greatest hits, essential album.
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