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A leader in the roots reggae sound during the 70s, The Congos have maintained their basic, uncomplicated sound. However, the emphasis on Cedric Myton's trilling falsetto delivery makes for a less melodious album than would be expected from a roots reggae act. His high-pitched warbling on the opening track of Enemy & Spy is downright irritating and the mundane sound and lyrics on the rest of the tunes do little to offset this fact. ~ Rosalind Cummings-Yeates, Rovi

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  1. Enemy & Spy
  2. Bad Intention
  3. Aaron & Moses
  4. Take One Step
  5. Prophets Are Dying
  6. What You Gonna Do
  7. Institution
  8. Reggae Revival
  9. Evil Woman
  10. Lonely Without You
  11. Arron & Moses
  12. Enemy & Spy
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