The Meaning of Life: The Best of the Heptones 1966-1976 ()

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Although the earliest recordings compiled here are rather fuzzy, and even the later recordings don't have terrific sound quality, the relaxed, rock steady warmth of the Heptones overcomes any thoughts of low fidelity. Starting with their earlier recordings in 1966, through some of their last sides of 1976 (right before lead singer Leroy Sibbles left the group), this collection presents an interesting mix of material that ranges from lovelorn cries ("I Am Lonely," "I'm Crying") to matter-of-fact warnings ("Hypocrite," ...

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  1. Gunmen Coming to Town
  2. I Am Lonely
  3. Ain't That Bad
  4. Schoolgirls
  5. My World Is Empty Without You
  6. Hypocrite
  7. I'm in the Mood for Love
  8. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
  9. I've Been Trying
  10. H-E-L-P
  11. I'll Take You Home
  12. I Do Love You
  13. Old Time
  14. Meaning of Life
  15. Love Won't Come Easy
  16. I Miss You
  17. Let Me Hold Your Hand
  18. Born to Love You
  19. I'm Crying
  20. Tripe Girl
  21. Suffering So
  22. Party Time
  23. Mystery Babylon
  24. Babylon Falling
  25. Cool Rasta
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