Third World is a Jamaican reggae fusion band formed in 1973. Their sound is influenced by soul, funk and disco. Although it has undergone several line-up changes, Stephen "Cat" Coore and Richard Daley have been constant members.
Listen to Third World lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist Third World. Serious Business (1989). You've Got the Power (1989). Hold on to Love (1987). Reggae Greats (1985). All the Way Strong (1983). Rock the World (1981). Lyrics for album: Third World, Ultimate Collection (2001). One Song (Nyahbinghi). Lyrics for album: Committed (1994). Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling. Lyrics for album: Serious Business (1989). Lyrics for album: You've Got the Power (1989).
On this celebration of Bob Marley 74th Birthday and our brother Bunny Rugs 71st Earthstrong, we thought to rewind to the 90’s Spirit of United Tour, on the Tonight Show hosted by Jay Leno in LA, THIRD WORLD x Steel Pulse x Priest x Biggie Irie x Joseph HILL - Culture x Ras Shiloh performed a Bob Marley medley.
Listen to Reggae Greats now. Listen to Reggae Greats in full in the this site app. Play on this site. This Compilation ℗ 1985 Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited.
Third World - Reggae Greats (CD 1997) Features "Now That We've Found Love". Very good condition "Reggae greats" by third world. Now that we've found love. From the Island Record Greats Collection. This is a CD Album by Third World.
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Released by Island in 1984, Reggae Greats succinctly summed up the band's success during the reggae age and beyond. Picking up the Maytals' story with the release of Toots Hibbert from jail and the trio's comeback smash, "54-46 That's My Number," this collection duly proceeds to bounce around through the years. There's a further clutch of classics from the early reggae age, including their Independence Festival song winner "Sweet & Dandy