Along with Bob Marley, Peter Tosh was a founding member of Jamaican reggae legends the Wailers. With his rough-and-tumble sound and image, Tosh gave the early incarnation of the Wailers an edge that was informed by ska and its "rude boy" lifestyle. Splitting from the group in the mid-1970s, Tosh embarked on a solo career with the pro-marijuana album LEGALIZE IT. Sadly, in 1987, Tosh was gunned down during an incident at his home in Kingston, ending the life of a reggae innovator.
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