From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
- A lot of people won't get no supper tonight
- A lot of people won't get no justice tonight
- The battle is getting hotter in this iration, Armagideon time
"Armagideon Time" is a musical composition first recorded in 1978 at Studio One in Kingston. The song was based on the "Real Rock" riddim and was later covered by The Clash as the flipside of their "London Calling" single.
Willi Williams worked with keyboardist Jackie Mittoo and producer Coxsone Dodd on "Armagideon Time", which was the title track of an album released in 1978. The song was later covered by The Clash, featured in the film Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai and on the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas soundtrack (is featured on the Reggae fictional radio station K-Jah West but not on the soundtrack album).