The breakthrough album that-in conjunction with the film of the same title-burst reggae through into the mainstream with its release in England in summer 1972 and in the US, on Island's newly inaugurated reggae specialist imprint Mango, in spring 1973.
As film director and co-writer Perry Henzell said of the film, ''There is no impact you will ever have greater than the impact of showing a society itself on the screen for the first time.
1.You Can Get It If You Really Want, 2.Draw Your Brakes, 3.Rivers Of Babylon, 4.Many Rivers To Cross, 5.Sweet And Dandy, 6.The Harder They Come 1.Johnny Too Bad, 2.007 (Shanty Town), 3.Pressure Drop, 4.Sitting In Limbo, 5.You Can Get It If You Really Want [Instrumental], 6.The Harder They Come [Single Version]
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