The first Wailers international album, and probably my favorite one. The 9 tracks form a perfect blend of spiritual/physical love ('Baby We've got a date', 'Kinky Reggae') and revendication songs ('Slave Driver', 'Concrete Jungle', 'No More Trouble'). Reggae Masterpiece.
Probably one of the better modern Wailer's outings, and sadly their last before Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer departed for their own solo careers. I find Marley's compositions much more listenable than the other two's, but the chemistry these musicians had as a unit is undeniable.