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  1. Sep 02,  · Two Sevens Clash Song See Them a Come; Artist Culture; Album Joe Gibbs Productions.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Two Sevens Clash on Discogs/5(5).
  3. Apr 27,  · Two Sevens Clash, an Album by Culture. Released in on Joe Gibbs (catalog no. n/a; Vinyl LP). Genres: Roots Reggae. Featured peformers: Joseph Hill (vocals), Albert Walker (vocals), Kenneth Dayes (vocals), Sly Dunbar (drums), Lloyd Parks (bass), Frankie Bubbler (keyboards), Tarzan Nelson (keyboards), Harold Butler (keyboards), Bingy Bunny (guitar), Robbie Shakespeare (guitar), /5(33).
  4. Jun 09,  · Just a few words about this 40th Anniversary release of the classic "Two Sevens Clash" album. This is one of the greatest albums ever released by a Jamaican vocal trio and one of the best albums ever released in the Jamaican reggae genre. Culture, with leader Joseph Hill, is one of the best vocal trios from Jamaica/5(66).
  5. Two Sevens Clash Culture EDITORS’ NOTES. Culture’s debut album established the roots reggae group in their Jamaican homeland and in the U.K., where they were embraced by the rising punk movement. social, and political insights are intelligent and poetic. The title song is a doomsday warning, “See Them a Come” rails against.
  6. Two Sevens Clash Culture Reggae ; Listen on EDITORS’ NOTES. Culture’s debut album established the roots reggae group in their Jamaican homeland and in the UK, where they were embraced by the rising punk movement. The title song is a doomsday warning, “See Them a Come” rails against poverty and “Pirate Days” is all about.
  7. Jul 07,  · OK I haven't bought the new release of Two Sevens Clash, but I like owned the original Ja. LP and the earlier CD and will buy this one because it is like the finest reggae album except maybe Blackheart Man (Bunny) or East of the River Nile (Augustus Pablo)--except buyer beware since the song Two Sevens Clash foretells the ending of the world on 7/7/77 and in case you haven't noticed this did /5(18).
  8. If you are only interested in the original album and not the bonus tracks, and don't care about the packaging (the 30th Anniversary Edition is extremely well done packaging way), you might consider the new CD set Culture at Joe Gibbs which has Two Sevens Clash and two other early Culture albums for only a little more/5(22).

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