Culture –
Two Sevens Clash


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  • A1 - Calling Rasta For I Culture
  • A2 - I'm Alone In The Wilderness Culture
  • A3 - Pirate Days Culture
  • A4 - Two Sevens Clash Culture
  • A5 - I'm Not Ashamed Culture
  • B1 - Get Ready To Ride The Lion To Zion Culture
  • B2 - Black Starliner Must Come Culture
  • B3 - Jah Pretty Face Culture
  • B4 - See Them A Come Culture
  • B5 - Natty Dread Taking Over Culture

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Two Sevens Clash is the first studio album by the Jamaican roots reggae band Culture. It was recorded with producer Joe Gibbs at his own recording studio in Kingston in 1976 and released on Gibbs’ eponymous label in 1977.
The album’s title is a reference to the date of July 7, 1977. According to the lead singer Joseph Hill, Two Sevens Clash, Culture’s most influential album, was based on a prediction by Marcus Garvey that there would be chaos on July 7, 1977, when the “sevens” would clash.
With its apocalyptic message, the song created a stir in its Caribbean homeland, and many Jamaican businesses and schools closed for the day.

Culture – Two Sevens Clash – 70s – Jamaica – Roots – Rasta – Classic – Joe Gibbs – VP – USA – Reissue