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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Last album = ''[[Sorrow, Tears, and Blood]]''<br />(1977) [[Category:Fela Kuti albums]]
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  • | Recorded = Island Studios, [[London]], January – April 1977 | Last album = ''[[Exodus (Bob Marley & The Wailers album)|Exodus]]''<br />(1977)
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  • | Released = 1977 | Recorded = 1977
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  • | Released = 3 June 1977 ...tudio]], Kingston, Jamaica, 1976 and Island Studios, London, January–April 1977
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  • ...s caused a major dispute between Marley and Perry, when the former saw the albums, six months after their publication, in the Half Way Road in England.<ref>{ * [[Junior Marvin]] – guitar, backing vocals <small>(1977–1981)</small>
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  • | Next album = ''[[Exodus (Bob Marley & The Wailers album)|Exodus]]''<br />(1977) ...with strong elements of rock guitar. This is one of the three Wailers solo albums released in 1976, along with [[Bunny Wailer]]'s album [[Blackheart Man]] an
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  • In 1977 Fela and the Afrika ’70 released the hit album ''[[Zombie (album)|Zombie] ...this time, Fela created a new band called Egypt 80 and continued to record albums and tour the country. He further infuriated the political establishment by
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