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Rare Essences: Andy Gill Of Gang Of Four's Favourite Records
Bryan Brussee , July 22nd, 2015 11:04

Following the release of their eighth album, What Happens Next, earlier this year, the post-punk luminaries' main man talks Bryan Brussee through the picks of his record collection, both albums and individual tracks


Culture - Two Sevens Clash
I saw Culture live. Dub reggae was one of the main things I would listen to, so seeing them live was great! We may have been on the bill with them or something, I can't remember. I think we might have done a big Rock Against Racism gig in Finsbury Park at the Rainbow. And Culture played at that. There was a band called… I know The Jam came and did a few numbers before Gang Of Four. It's all a vague. I think we took the rhythmic nature of the lyrics and the way they fitted around the music was very key, very influential.

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