The 40th anniversary edition of the roots reggae classic "Two Sevens Clash" album celebrating the period of 1977 to 2017 is available as a great 2CD-package and also as 3LP-Vinyl set with additional 12Inch-single disco mixes, deejay cuts, dub versions - all state-of-the-art remastered. "Two Sevens Clash" from Culture was the must-have reggae accessory for any self-respecting music fan back in that long hot summer of 1977. Loaded up with hit anthems like "See Them A Come", "I Am Not Ashamed", "Natty Dread Taking Over" and the prophetic title track, "Two Sevens Clash" remains the defining album statement of the year that reggae crossed over - get ready to ride this lion to Zion!
Culture and The Clash:
"It was Paul Simenon who suggested calling the band the Clash. The name derives from a reggae track released in Jamaica in 1976 by Culture called "Two Sevens Clash" (quote from the book by Jon Stratton "Jewish Identity In Western Pop Culture" / chapter "Bernie Rhodes and Displaced Apocalypse")
3LP in a 6mm spine jacket and full colour printed inner sleeves with liner notes