A classic WAILERS release (before Marley, Tosh, and Livingston left the act was officially known as The Wailers; only when Bob began to outshine the other two did they go solo, opening the doors for the second incarnation, Bob Marley and the Wailers). While not quite as soulful or powerful as Catch a Fire or Burnin', Soul Rebels showcases the impeccable harmonization of the original three legends.
An other 'Soul Rebel' is mentioned on Sputnik, but I never heard or read about it, so I guess it's a compilation. This one is the first Wailers album that was released outside Jamaica. It contains the first Wailers masterpieces 'Rebel's Hop', 'Soul Rebel', '400 Years' (well I could actually put the whole tracklist). Combined with Lee Perry haunting production and that perfect rocksteady touch, it gives the first Bob Marley and the Wailers classic album.