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UNESCO, the UN's cultural and scientific agency has added Reggae to its list of "global cultural treasures" that "continues to act as a voice for all".
The new release marks the 2-Tone legends' first release with original vocalist Terry Hall since 1981.
Produced by the band with Island Records boss Chris Blackwell, it was the album that featured both ‘Lively Up Yourself’ and the original ‘No Woman, No Cry.’
The album made the UK Top 10 and is now widely regarded as one of British reggae's most essential releases.
The light-hearted video is set in Miami and inspired by the hilarity and hijinks of classic buddy-cop TV shows and films.
With the releas of their third album, ‘UB44’, UB40 created a fan favourite and edged towards their patented pop-reggae sound of ‘Labour Of Love’.
Fully 11 years after the Wailers’ first No. 1 in Jamaica with ‘Simmer Down,' they hit the UK singles chart for the first time.
The Clapton cover was a big factor in introducing the reggae star to an international audience.
'Just One Lifetime' features on the two stars' new collaborative album '44/876'.
Individually and collectively, The I-Threes were a powerful and unique unit that helped lift Bob Marley’s music even higher.
With ‘Handsworth Revolution’, Steel Pulse proved they had plenty to say, creating a landmark release in UK reggae in the process.
The 1978 album featuring 'Is This Love' and 'Sun Is Shining' gets 40th anniversary reissue treatment.
The Rhode Island-based Ivy League school presented the star with the degree at its 250th commencement.
If ‘Exodus’ was the breakthrough album for Bob Marley and the Wailers in the UK, ‘Kaya’ was the consolidation. It made its UK chart debut on 1 April 1978.
The 19-date trek is in support of the pair's much-acclaimed new album '44/876'.