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Death of Joseph Hill aka Culture

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  • Diogenes
    Wanderer of the Mittel March
    • Dec 2003
    • 13

    Death of Joseph Hill aka Culture

    Joseph Hill,Legendary founding member of one of the oldest reggae groups in world,Culture,died on 18 august 2006 in Berlin.He was 57 years old.
    Culture where one of the most popular and innovative reggae bands ever and can easily be compared to The honourable Robert nesta Marley,Peter Tosh,and Burning Spear.He will be missed.
    Music is the Weapon-Fela Anikulapo Kuti
  • Governor of Rowe Island
    Orgone Accumulator
    • Aug 2004
    • 5266

    That is sad. I was listening to 'Two Sevens Clash' just the other day.

    Great artist. Let's hope he will be remembered.
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    • Mikey_C
      Champion of the Balance
      • May 2004
      • 1511

      A great shame. Culture were my favourite reggae band of the '70s. I remember the NME loved them back in those long lost punk days when I actually used to take the speed-demented scribblings of Julie Burchill and Tony Parsons seriously when I read them at playtime.

      Altogether now "I took a spliff this morning of the international herb..."

      Rest In Peace, Joseph.
      \" ape reft of his tail, and grown rusty at climbing, who yet feels himself to be a symbol and the frail representative of Omnipotence in a place that is not home.\" James Branch Cabell