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There are at least two artists that have used this name: 1. A roots reggae band from Jamaica 2. A straight edge metalcore band from Florida, US

1. 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… read more

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  • Avatar for Old_Punka
    Great show in Leeds..sounds so much like his Dad, great support and backing band as well. The Rasites.
  • Avatar for Rifkyedgar13
    90's Florida Hardcore !
  • Avatar for piotr1976
    Culture dobry hardcore .Uważam że hxc umie ,umiało grać z 50 zespołów na świecie.a reszta zasługuje na 10osobowa widownię. A w Polsce ze3-4 kapele dobrze grały HxC.I od lat 90tych nikt mnie nie zachwycił.
  • Avatar for MementoMori-xVx
    To citizenbird: Your odd concern for the exclusivity of the band name culture has me confused. It is entirely normal for multiple bands to share the same name, as last fm band pages so often attest to. Why would you want so desperately for one band to sue another? Why the fuck should people be able to lay right to a term or word, especially when applied to artistic expression? Culture. Its a word that has a profound meaning given the context. Bands should be able to utilize a word for the name of their musical project without fear of legal reprisal. I understand copyrights exist, but why push something so benign and unimportant? Do you attack every single band that has the same name as another, or are you just picking on this obscure hardcore band from the 90's that hasn't existed for over a decade? Who gives a shit? The fact that you're actually bothered enough to want to contact the band/labels to push this "infringement" is fucking obscene. Just saying....
  • Avatar for cider_drinker
    Huh perhaps neither knew of each other. not everyone likes reggae plus culture the florida band has split up anyway...also in the 90's the internet wasn't as sporadically used as it is googling band names wasn't on the cards.........anyway i prefer the vegan edge band myself..
  • Avatar for bloody72
    pozdrowienia z Polski dla fanów Culture
  • Avatar for codciv2002
    Well, I love alcohol and drugs, but the Hardcore band from US is very good!!!
  • Avatar for citizenbird
    Two Sevens Clash and Baldhead Bridge are amazing. Hardcore Culture should probably change their name before a legal action. 115k users have listened to the most popular reggae culture album, whereas hardcore culture only have 3k listeners and formed after reggae culture. Anyone want to alert reggae Culture or their past record labels to the copyright infringement by hardcore culture?
  • Avatar for BatooqSupersoul
    oh, finally!
  • Avatar for Gajava
    Culture is not a CULT. Please change back the artist name to its proper case.

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