Released in 1972, it is John Lennon's third post-Beatles solo album, fifth with Yoko Ono, and third with producer Phil Spector. This album found the Lennons in an explicitly political phase; understandable as Lennon was neck-deep in his struggle to remain in the United States, a conflict rooted in his antiwar and antiestablishment politics and the enmity of the Nixon administration. 1.Woman Is The Nigger Of The World [Remastered 2010], 2.Sisters, O Sisters [Remastered 2010], 3.Attica State [Remastered 2010], 4.Born In A Prison [Remastered 2010], 5.New York City [Remastered 2010], 1.Sunday Bloody Sunday [Remastered 2010], 2.The Luck Of The Irish [Remastered 2010], 3.John Sinclair [Remastered 2010] 4.Angela [Remastered 2010], 5.We're All Water [Remastered 2010], 1.Cold Turkey [Live], 2.Don't Worry Kyoko [Live], 1.Well (Baby Please Don't Go) [Live], 2.Jamrag [Live], 3.Scumbag [Live], 4.Au [Live]
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