Equal Rights brought together Peter Tosh s dedications to the revolutionary movements growing in Africa, and the mysticism and wonders of his personal growth as a prophet, poet, preacher and world-class musical trailblazer. The album included a number of songs that became human rights anthems over the next two decades: Get Up, Stand Up, Downpressor Man, African, Apartheid, and the title tune. There were also intensely personal songs of his revelations as a Rasta: I Am That I Am and Jah Guide ; and the ultimate rude boy, proto-punk declaration of Stepping Razor, by reggae s original roots-rock and Rasta ragamuffin. EQUAL RIGHTS (LEGACY EDITION) presents the original eight-song, 40-minute album as it has been embedded in listeners heads for decades. Then the the disc follows up with seven previously unreleased outtakes from the original album recording sessions, offering a different program of compositions. CD two presents a well-sequenced mix of 15 tracks about half of which are previously unreleased . These include original session alternate and extended versions, and extremely rare dubs.