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1865 (96 Degrees in the Shade)*

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This reggae ballad is a powerful tribute to Jamaican freedom fighter Paul Bogle, who was hanged for leading a slave revolt in 1865 at the Morant Bay Courthouse.

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“You caught me on the loose, fighting to be free, show me your noose under cotton tree, entertainment for you, martyrdom for me.”

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*This song inspired ZOOLOOK to create Dread & Alive and its hero Drew McIntosh.

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96° in the Shade

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The second album by the Jamaican reggae group and Reggae Ambassadors, Third World, released by Island Records in 1977.

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