Jun 11, 2007

Bob Marley's EXODUS...celebrate its 30th anniversary

Bob Marley's prolific album Exodus will celebrate its 30th anniversary this summer, and will be commemorated with the release of anew high tech. Described by Time Magazine as "the best album of the 20th century released in 1977, the Exodus album was recorded while Marley was in the UK, having escaped an assassination attempt in Jamaica. Exodus became the album that transformed Marley's career, a recording which resonated with audiences around the world. The album established Marley as the Third World's first superstar, a legacy that survives thirty years after the album's release.

limited edition copies of the recording were made available on USB Memory Stick via Bob Marley's official website www.bobmarley.com. The event marks the very first artiste-specific album to be released using this groundbreaking format. Four thousand limited edition reusable USB Memory Sticks feature not only the 10 original songs on Exodus but also audio and video content, including three video tracks recorded at London’s Rainbow Theatre in June 1977. Fans that join the Bob Marley Passport Fan Club via www.bobmarley.com will receive the Exodus USB and also receive an exclusive carrying case, a 10% discount at the Bob Marley shop on the site, as well as a quarterly newsletter. Passport members will also have access to rare Bob Marley audio, video, and photos, as well as future digital media. Also available, a variety of new and unique Bob Marley music and memorabilia never officially available before will be accessible for purchase to all Bob Marley site visitors. Technorati Cosmos: related links

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