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This article is about the music album. For the character from the 2007 Sci Fi television miniseries Tin Man, see Mystic Man (Tin Man).
|Studio album by Peter Tosh|
|Recorded||Dynamic Sound Studio, Kingston, Jamaica|
|Label||Rolling Stones Records / EMI|
|Producer||Peter Tosh, Word, Sound and Power (Keith Sterling, Mikey Chung, Robbie Lyn, Robbie Shakespeare, Sly Dunbar)|
|Peter Tosh chronology|
|Rolling Stone||(favorable) link|
All tracks composed by Peter Tosh
- "Mystic Man"
- "Recruiting Soldiers"
- "Can't You See"
- "Jah Seh No"
- "Fight On"
- "Buk-In-Hamm Palace"
- "The Day The Dollar Die"
- "Crystal Ball"
- "Rumours Of War"
Bonus tracks on "The Definitive Remasters" 2002 EMI CD release
- 10. "Buk-In-Hamm Palace (12" version)"
- 11. "Mystic Man (long version)"
- 12. "Fight On (instrumental)"
- 13. "Recruiting Soldiers (version)"
- 14. "Dubbing Buk-In-Hamm (from 12" single)"
- Horns Arranged By - Clive "Azul" Hunt, Mikey Chung
- Backing Vocals - Brenda White, Gwen Guthrie, The Tamlins, Yvonne Lewis
- Bass, Guitar - Robbie Shakespeare
- Drums, Percussion - Sly Dunbar
- Engineer [Assistant] - James Nichols, Michel Sauvage
- Keyboards, Guitar, Percussion - Mikey Chung
- Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards - Peter Tosh
- Mastered By - Dennis King
- Organ, Piano - Robbie Lyn
- Percussion - Uziah "Sticky" Thompson
- Recorded By & Mixed By - Geoffrey Chung
- Alto Saxophone, Flute - George Young
- Baritone Saxophone - Howard Johnson
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute - Lou Marini
- Synthesizer [Oberheim] - Ed Walsh (tracks: A2, A4, B1)
- Trombone - Barry Rogers
- Trumpet - Mike Lawrence
- Percussion - Sammy Figueroa
- Acoustic piano on "Mystic Man" - Keith Sterling
- Lead guitar on "Can't You See" - Ed Elizalde