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Lenny Kravitz' 1989 debut album, 'Let Love Rule' kicks off its 30th anniversary in style appearing on 2LP 180-gram black vinyl for the first time. Let Love Rule established the template for Kravitz’s exploratory nature as an artist, as evidenced by the elegiac buildup of the title track and the poignant social commentary of “Mr. Cab Driver,” a song as relevant today as it was when it was released 30 years ago.
A1. Sittin' On The Top Of The World A2. Let Love Rule A3. Freedom Train
B1. My Precious Love B2. I Build This Garden For Us B3. Fear
C1. Does Anybody Out There Even Care C2. Mr. Cab Driver C3. Rosemary C4. Be
D1. Blues For Sister Someone D2. Empty Hands D3. Flower Child