Culture ‎– Two Sevens Clash

Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Calling Rasta For I
A2 I'm Alone In The Wilderness
A3 Pirate Days
A4 Two Sevens Clash
A5 I'm Not Ashamed
B1 Get Ready To Ride The Lion To Zion
B2 Black Starliner Must Come
B3 Jah Pretty Face
B4 See Them A Come
B5 Natty Dread Taking Over

Companies, etc.



Culture - A name that stirs the immagination.
Culture - A name that defies the insidious pranks of the Creator of the Rat race and cold ruthless jabs of the powers that be, and has emerged, undoubtedly - VICTORIOUS

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DSR 3201A
  • Other: Blue and Yellow label with 20 North Parade Kingston Ja

Other Versions (5 of 37) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LIP 1 Culture Two Sevens Clash(LP, Album) Lightning Records (2) LIP 1 UK 1978 Sell This Version
68755 Culture Two Sevens Clash(LP, Album) Not On Label 68755 UK Unknown Sell This Version
VPCD4178 Culture Two Sevens Clash(CD, Album, RE) 17 North Parade VPCD4178 US 2011 Sell This Version
RGLP 016 Culture Two Sevens Clash(LP, Album, RP) Rocky One RGLP 016 US 1992 Sell This Version
CDBM 004 Culture Two Sevens Clash(CD, Album, RE) Blue Moon CDBM 004 UK 1987 Sell This Version


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September 17, 2017

For my copy the label for side 1 is blue and red.


July 10, 2014
Fantastic album and definitely one of the best roots albums ever made. Very memorable melodies and lyrics. Big with punks and rastas alike back in '77 and '78. Along with Heart Of The Congos, Super Ape, Dreadlocks Dread, Best Dressed Chicken, Dread Ina Babylon, Social Living, Forward On To Zion and a handful of others this is the high-water mark of '70s roots reggae.
I was lucky enough to see Culture in 1978.... same year I saw Dillinger and The Gladiators.