culture clashCulture Clash is a memoir of London born Letts' who was involved with the mixing of Jamaican culture with the growing punk scene in London in the 70s and 80s.

Culture Clash is a memoir of London born Letts’ who was involved with the mixing of Jamaican culture with the growing punk scene in London in the 70s and 80s. Should be full of inspiration. The PR says:

As resident DJ at the fledgling punk club The Roxy, Letts pumped a roots-reggae soundtrack to a predominantly white audience that included members of The Clash and the Sex Pistols, forging a link between the two clashing cultures.

A chance meeting provided him with a Super-8 movie camera, the result of which was released as The Punk Movie and set Letts on a career of influential videos featuring Sex Pistols, Pil, the Slits, The Clash, Bob Marley, and even the -platinum-selling Musical Youth. His feature films include Dancehall Queen, the Grammy Award-winning Westway to the World-his documentary on The Clash-and Clash on Broadway.

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