Two Sevens Clash (30th Anniversary Edition)

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Culture is widely acknowledged as the greatest roots reggae harmony group of all time; they made acclaimed records and toured widely for 30 years until lead singer Joseph Hill's untimely passing.

TWO SEVENS CLASH is hailed as one of the greatest, most influential records ever made; the title track's predictions brought the city of Kingston, Jamaica to a standstill on the fateful date of July 7, 1977, the date when 7s would fully clash.The album was an important influence on a whole generation of punk rockers including The Clash and The Sex Pistols. This 30th Anniversary Edition, deluxe collector's edition will be a must-have for any music fan. Some of the value added features include: - Special packaging with 20-page booklet that includes rare photos and liner notes by Lenny Kaye (producer of the acclaimed Nuggets series and member of The Patti Smith Group) and noted reggae authorities Roger Steffans and Randall Grass. In addition there are testimonials from Burning Spear, Sly Dunbar, Mutabaruka, Steel Pulse, Mick Hucknall of Simply Red and others. - Five bonus tracks including special 12" mixes, DJ versions and dubs previously available only on rare singles. - Magnificent rare photographs of Culture and Kingston in 1977 by noted photographer Kate Simon (Rebel Music: A Celebration Of Bob Marley).

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1 I'm Alone In the Wilderness
2 Pirate Days
3 Two Sevens Clash
4 Calling Rastafari
5 I'm Not Ashamed
6 Get Ready To Ride the Lion To Zion
7 Black Starliner Must Come
8 Jah Pretty Face
9 See Them a Come
10 Natty Dread Taking Over
11 See Dem a Come
12 See Dem Dub
13 Natty Dread Taking Over
14 I'm Not Ashamed
15 Not Ashamed Dub