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Catch A Fire Limited Edition 3LP+12"
Catch A Fire is the fifth studio album by Bob Marley and the Wailers and was included in Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
The 3LP+12” vinyl package contains:
LP1 – The studio album
LP2 – Live at The Paris Theatre London (previously only ever bootlegged)
LP 3 – Alt, extended and instrumental Jamaican versions of "Slave Driver", "400 Years", "No More Trouble" and "Stop That Train"
12” – 3 tracks live from the Sundown Theatre in Edmonton, North London. With an etched image of Bob on the reverse.
In this limited-edition package, each of the 3LPs is a different color - red, gold, and green.
Limited to 4 per customer.
LP1 - Studio Album
A1. Concrete Jungle
A2. Slave Driver
A3. 400 Years
A4. Stop That Train
A5. Baby We've Got A Date (Rock It Baby)
B1. Stir It Up
B2. Kinky Reggae
B3. No More Trouble
B4. Midnight Ravers
LP2 - Paris Theatre London / 24th May 1973
C1. Rastaman Chant
C2. Slave Driver
C3. Stop That Train
C4. No More Trouble
C5. 400 Years
C6. Midnight Ravers
D1. Stir it Up
D2. Concrete Jungle
D3. Get Up, Stand Up
D4. Kinky Reggae
LP3 - Sessions
E1. Slave Driver (Jamaican Extended Version)
E2. 400 Years (Jamaican Extended Version)
E3. High Tide Or Low Tide (Jamaican Alternate Version)
E4. Stir It Up (Jamaican Alternate Version)
F1. No More Trouble (Jamaican Extended Instrumental)
F2. Stir It Up (Jamaican Extra Organ Version)
F3. No More Trouble (Jamaican Extended Version)
F4. Stop That Train (Working Mono Version)
12" - Edmonton Sundown May 1973
1. Slave Driver (The Sundown Theatre in Edmonton, England. May 1973)
2. Get Up, Stand Up (The Sundown Theatre in Edmonton, England. May 1973)
3. Stop That Train (The Sundown Theatre in Edmonton, England. May 1973)