|4||They Know Not Jah||4:05|
|8||Old Time Friends (Disco Style)||8:17|
|11||The Force Of Music "Liberated Dub"|
|13||Prince Lincoln "Humanity"|
|14||San Salvador (Disco Style)||5:27|
|18||Humanity (Love The Way It Should Be)||3:23|
"First Time On CD! Remastered from the original studio master tapes plus bonus tracks from the "Liberated Dub" white label".
Disc 2 all tracks arranged and produced by R Cousins January 1979.
Recorded at Channel One Studios Jamaica 1978
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