Two Sevens Clash ()


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One of the masterpieces of the roots era, no album better defines its time and place than Two Sevens Clash, which encompasses both the religious fervor of its day and the rich sounds of contemporary Jamaica. Avowed Rastafarians, Culture had formed in 1976, and cut two singles before beginning work on their debut album with producers the Mighty Two (aka Joe Gibbs and Errol Thompson). Their second single, "Two Sevens Clash," would title the album and provide its focal point. The song swept across the island like a wildfire, ...

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  1. Get Ready to Ride the Lion to Zion
  2. Black Starliner Must Come
  3. Jah Pretty Face
  4. See Them a Come
  5. Natty Dread Taking Over
  6. Calling Rasta Far I
  7. I'm Alone in the Wilderness
  8. Pirate Days
  9. Two Sevens Clash
  10. I'm Not Ashamed
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