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.
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.
More albums from Culture: Harder Than The Rest by Culture. Culture In Dub – 15 Dub Shots by Culture. Baldhead Bridge by Culture. Wings Of A Dove by Culture. One Stone by Culture. 6. Get Ready To Ride The Lion To Zion. 7. Black Starliner Must Come.
Just a few words about this 2017 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. Just listen to the harmonies and you'll understand.
This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 73/139 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Two Sevens Clash. BPM Profile Two Sevens Clash. Album starts at 139BPM, ends at 132BPM (-7), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Culture.
Download MP3. MP3 320Kbps, . 4 Mb MP3 128Kbps, . 7 Mb MP3 64Kbps, . 9 Mb. Culture. 1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. Calling Rasta For I.