Rolling Stone (p.74) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "TWO SEVENS CLASH is basically a Rastafarian gospel album....Memorable and uplifting..."
Rolling Stone (4/11/02, p.107) - Ranked #25 in Rolling Stone's "50 Coolest Records" - "...Funky-dread rasta proverbs about God and the devil and the apocalypse..."
The Wire (p.67) - "['I'm Not Ashamed'] finds Errol Thompson in top form with a mix that ranks amongst his best and most inventive, as ghostly string sections hang around the dub like a sonic mist."
Down Beat (p.74) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[O]ne of the most potent reggae albums in creation, right up there with Burning Spear's SOCIAL LIVING..."
Goldmine - Highly Recommended "...one of the greatest reggae albums ever recorded..."
The Beat (p.13) - "This is quite simply one of the all-time greatest reggae releases ever....As great an experience as it was back then."
The Beat (p.21) - "This reggae milestone has everything going for it, including prophetic lyrics delivered like incantations...set to a percussive beat that boasts an odd mixture of rapture and urgency."
Mojo (Publisher) (8/02, p.77) - Included in Mojo's 50 Greatest Reggae Albums - "...Combined a sense of portentous dread with whistlable melodies..."