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Album Review

An exemplary 80s session with Hill in top form.

Customer Reviews

A must have for the serious music collector

The quintessential one drop roots rock reggae. Pick this up. Trust me, you won't be sorry.

HIGHly recommended!

Contains some original tracks that were remade on later albums. I highly recommend this! It's incredible! R.I.P. Joseph Hill. One amazing voice...

Best reggae album ever made!

You have to experience this album and its beautifully composed masterpieces of simple but powerful tones ad verses. Very rejoiceful and resilient music, you have to check this out.


Formed: 1976

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s

Vocal trio Culture helped define the sound and style of Rastafarian roots reggae, thanks largely to charismatic singer, songwriter, and leader Joseph Hill. True to their name, Culture's material was devoted almost exclusively to spiritual, social, and political messages, and Hill delivered them with a fervent intensity that grouped him with Rastafarian militants like Burning Spear and Black Uhuru. Their classic debut, Two Sevens Clash, is still considered a roots reggae landmark, and most of their...
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