Top Culture Albums
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So Different - Single
So Different - Single
[2019]
The Nighthawk Recordings
The Nighthawk Recordings
[2019]
From the Vault: Demos and Outtakes 1993-1998
From the Vault: Demos and Outtakes 1993-1998
[2018]
21 Days to Glory
21 Days to Glory
[2017]
The Aggrovators Present Culture
The Aggrovators Present Culture
[2017]
International Culture
International Culture
[2017]
Stand Strong
Stand Strong
[2017]
Rasta (feat. Joseph Hill)
Rasta (feat. Joseph Hill)
[2016]
Culture in Dub
Culture in Dub
[2016]
Rare and Unreleased Dub
Rare and Unreleased Dub
[2014]
From the Vault
From the Vault
[2012]
Reggae Anthology - Natty Dread Taking Over
Reggae Anthology - Natty Dread Taking Over
[2012]
Heteronome
Heteronome
[2011]
Culture & the Deejay's At Joe Gibbs
Culture & the Deejay's At Joe Gibbs
[2008]
Culture & the Deejay's At Joe Gibbs (1977-79)
Culture & the Deejay's At Joe Gibbs (1977-79)
[2008]
Good Things
Good Things
[2007]
This Is Crucial Reggae: Culture
This Is Crucial Reggae: Culture
[2004]
Chanting On
Chanting On
[2004]
World Peace
World Peace
[2003]
Live In Negril
Live In Negril
[2003]
Live In Africa
Live In Africa
[2002]
Obeah Peace & Love
Obeah Peace & Love
[2001]
Humble African
Humble African
[2000]
Payday
Payday
[1999]
Born of You
Born of You
[1998]
Trust Me
Trust Me
[1997]
One Stone
One Stone
[1996]
Wings of a Dove
Wings of a Dove
[1992]
Culture in Culture
Culture in Culture
[1991]
Three Sides to My Story
Three Sides to My Story
[1991]
Too Long in Slavery
Too Long in Slavery
[1990]
Ras Portraits
Ras Portraits
[1989]
Nuff Crisis!
Nuff Crisis!
[1989]
Culture At Work
Culture At Work
[1986]
Lion Rock
Lion Rock
[1982]
More Culture
More Culture
[1981]
International Herb
International Herb
[1979]
Related Information for Culture
There are at least two artists that have used this name:1. A roots reggae band from Jamaica2. A straight edge metalcore band from Florida, US1. Culture was a Jamaican roots reggae group founded in 1976. Originally they were known as the African Disciples.The members of the trio were Joseph Hill (lead vocals), Albert Walker (backing vocals) and Kenneth Dayes (backing vocals).Shortly after Culture came together, they began working with the "Mighty Two" – producer Joe Gibbs and engineer Errol Thompson. While at Gibbs’ studio, they recorded a series of powerful singles, many of which ended up on their debut album ‘Two Sevens Clash’. After their success with Gibbs, the group went on to make a string of albums for producer.. read more