Two Culture Clash - Two Culture Clash album FLAC
Two Sevens Clash is the debut album by roots reggae band Culture, recorded with producer Joe Gibbs at his own Joe Gibbs Recording Studio in Kingston in 1976, and released on Gibbs' eponymous label in 1977 (see 1977 in music). The album's title is a reference to the date of July 7, 1977.
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Liner Notes – David Katz (2). Notes. This album is dedicated to Clement 'Sir Coxson' Dodd, 1932-2004. Recorded at Geejam Studios, Port Antonio, Jamaica, West Indies.
Culture Clash is the second studio album by The Aristocrats, released on July 16, 2013. In its first week of release, the album reached number 8 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz albums chart and number 16 on the Jazz Albums chart.
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Culture’s debut album established the roots reggae group in their Jamaican homeland and in the . where they were embraced by the rising punk movement. The delicious sunny-side-up melodicism, lazy horns, and languid grooves are as addictive here as their spiritual, social, and political insights are intelligent and poetic. The title song is a doomsday warning, See Them a Come rails against poverty, and Pirate Days is all about divine transformation. Lead singer Joseph Hill was a militant Rasta, and here he’s a street-corner prophet winning true believers. Two Sevens Clash Culture.
Two Sevens Clash is the debut album by roots reggae band Culture, recorded with producer Joe Gibbs at his own Joe Gibbs Recording Studio in Kingston in 1976, and released on Gibbs' eponymous label in 1977. P Joseph Hill! You'll never be forgotten! Playlist: 1. "Calling Rasta Far I" 0:00 2. "I'm Alone in the Wilderness" 2:28 3. "Pirate Days" 5:55 4. "Two Sevens Clash" 8:47 5. "I'm Not Ashamed" 12:16 6. "Get Ready to Ride the Lion to Zion" 16:16 7. "Black Starliner Must. Come" 19:43 8. "Jah Pretty.
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|1||How Do You Love?
Featuring – Danny English, PatraProducer – Jon Carter
|2||... And Dance
Featuring – General DegreeProducer – Jacques Lu Cont
|3||This Anuh Rampin'
Featuring – Ward 21Producer – Kid606
Featuring – Ms. ThingProducer – Switch
Featuring – Innocent Kru*Producer – Zdar*
Featuring – Bling DawgProducer – City Hi-Fi
|7||Enuff 4 You
Featuring – Tanya StephensProducer – Prassay
Featuring – Horace AndyProducer – Howie B.
Featuring – Barrington LevyProducer – Soulchild
Featuring – Spragga BenzProducer – Roni Size
|11||Na Na Na Na
Featuring – Ce'cile, General DegreeProducer – Jacques Lu Cont
Featuring – DetermineProducer – Mark Rae, Rhys Adams
Featuring – Big YouthProducer – West London Deep
Featuring – Ernie Ranglin*, Nadine SutherlandProducer – Justin Robertson
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5033197289328
- Label Code: LC 01801
- Other: 707.2893.2
|WALL CD 034 PR||Two Culture Clash||Two Culture Clash (CD, Promo)||Wall Of Sound||WALL CD 034 PR||UK||2004|
|WALL CD 034 P, 5028589020825||Two Culture Clash||Two Culture Clash (CD, Promo)||Wall Of Sound, Forward Recordings||WALL CD 034 P, 5028589020825||UK||2004|
|WALL LP 034||Various||Two Culture Clash (2xLP)||Wall Of Sound||WALL LP 034||UK||2004|
|WALLCD034, 5028589020825||Two Culture Clash||Two Culture Clash (CD, Album, Comp)||Wall Of Sound, Forward Recordings||WALLCD034, 5028589020825||UK||2004|