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The Abyssinians are roots reggae group from Jamaica, famous for their close harmonies and promotion of the Rastafari movement in their lyrics. The vocal trio was originally formed in 1969 by Bernard Collins, Donald Manning and Linford Manning. Their most famous songs are Satta Massagana and Y Mas Gan, both of which are delivered partially in the Ethiopian language of Amharic. This language is sacred to Rastafarians as they believe the last Emperor of Ethiopia, Haile Selassie I, to be the Christ in flesh.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Satta Massa Gana - (3:37) - 2,279 plays
- Declaration Of Rights - (3:27) - 2,526 plays
- Satta Massagana - (3:29) - 2,760 plays
- Abendigo - (3:35) - 1,532 plays
- I And I - (3:33) - 1,302 plays
- Know Jah Today - (2:55) - 1,289 plays
- The Good Lord - (3:24) - 1,175 plays
- African Race - (2:54) - 1,137 plays
- Y Mas Gan - (3:41) - 1,062 plays
- Leggo Beast - (3:09) - 1,023 plays
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