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Third World's self-produced Sense of Purpose fused the group's forward-thinking reggae sound with some of the stylistic changes that were occurring during the mid-'80s. The band, which was coming off a number 23 R&B hit, "Try Jah Love" (written and produced by Stevie Wonder), incorporated hip-hop/dance influences into the title track single, "Sense of Purpose." As remixed by Shep Pettibone, the track is built on a "Planet Rock"-type beat, interesting lyrics, and some of Third World's most shimmering harmonies. It received ...

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  1. One to One
  2. Sense of Purpose
  3. World of Uncertainty
  4. Rock Me
  5. One More Time
  6. One to One
  7. Children of the World
  8. Can't Get You (Outta My Mind)
  9. Girl From Hiroshima
  10. Reggae Jam Boogie
  11. How Can You?
  12. One Song (Nyahbinghi)
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