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The discography of The Roots, an American hip hop band, consists of fourteen solo studio albums, three collaborative studio albums, three compilation albums, two extended plays, and two live albums. The Roots began performing in 1989 as The Square Roots with rapper Black Thought and drummer Questlove. Rapper Malik . and bassist Leonard Hubbard joined the band in 1991. Over its history, Questlove and Black Thought have always remained with The Roots while their lineup of backing musicians has changed.

The Roots are an American hip hop band, formed in 1987 by Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter and Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The Roots currently serve as the house band on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, having served in the same role on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon from 2009–2014.

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Reflecting these tensions, the Roots opened their fourth studio album, Things Fall Apart, with dialogue from a scene from Spike Lee’s 1990 film, Mo’ Better Blues, in which characters Bleek Gilliam and Shadow Henderson-played by Denzel Washington and Wesley Snipes, respectively-debate the state of jazz music. Before the release of Things Fall Apart, they had positioned themselves as a sort of remedy for the excesses of Bad Boy’s empire, which in those days became an all-too-easy target for the backpacker set. In their satirical 1996 video for What They Do, the Roots mocked the sort of rap video stereotypes popularized by director Hype Williams, thumbing their collective nose at champagne bottles and mansion parties.

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1 Bob Marley All In One 3:31
2 Bob Marley No Water 2:09
3 Bob Marley Soul Almighty 2:38
4 Bob Marley Rebels Hop 2:38
5 Bob Marley Lively Up Yourself 2:54
6 Bob Marley Soul Shakedown 3:09
7 Bob Marley Soul Captives 2:05
8 Johnny Clarke Give Me Love 3:21
9 Judge Dread Dread Rock 3:29
10 Wayne Wonder Here I Am 3:35
11 Yellowman Dedicated To You 3:52
12 Sugar Minott Can You Remember 4:26
13 Dennis Brown It's Time To Have Fun 3:25