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The Clash

The Sex Pistols may have been the first British punk rock band, but the Clash were the definitive British punk rockers. Where the Pistols were nihilistic, the Clash were fiery and idealistic, charged with righteousness and a leftist political ideology. From the outset, the band was more musically adventurous, expanding its hard rock & roll with reggae, dub, and rockabilly among other roots musics. Furthermore, they were blessed with two exceptional songwriters in Joe Strummer and Mick Jones, each with a distinctive voice and style. The Clash copped heavily from classic outlaw imagery, positioning themselves as rebels with a cause. As a result, they won a passionately devoted following on both sides of the Atlantic. While they became rock & roll heroes in the U.K., second only to the Jam in terms of popularity, it took the Clash several years to break into the American market, and when they finally did in 1982, they imploded several months later. Though the Clash never became the superstars they always threatened to become, they restored passion and protest to rock & roll. For a while, they really did seem like "the only band that mattered."

For a band that constantly sang about revolution and the working class, the Clash had surprisingly traditional roots. Joe Strummer (born John Graham Mellor, August 21, 1952) had spent most of his childhood in boarding school. By the time he was in his early twenties, he had busked on the streets of London and had formed a pub rock band called the 101'ers. Around the same time, Mick Jones (born June 26, 1955) was leading a hard rock group called the London SS. Unlike Strummer, Jones came from a working-class background in Brixton. Throughout his teens, he was fascinated with rock & roll, and he had formed the London SS with the intent of replicating the hard-driving sound of Mott the Hoople and Faces. Jones' childhood friend Paul Simonon (born December 15, 1956) joined the group as a bassist in 1976 after hearing the Sex Pistols; he replaced Tony James, who would later join Generation X and Sigue Sigue Sputnik. At the time, the band also featured drummer Tory Crimes (born Terry Chimes), who had recently replaced Topper Headon (born Nicky Headon, May 30, 1955). After witnessing the Sex Pistols in concert, Joe Strummer decided to break up the 101'ers in early 1976 in order to pursue a new, harder-edged musical direction. He left the band just before their first single, "Keys to Your Heart," was released. Along with fellow 101'er guitarist Keith Levene, Strummer joined the revamped London SS, now renamed the Clash.

The Clash performed its first concert in the summer of 1976, supporting the Sex Pistols in London. Levene left the band shortly afterward. Hiring Bernard Rhodes -- a former business associate of Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren -- as their manager, the Clash set out on the Pistols' notorious Anarchy Tour late in 1976. Though only three concerts were performed on the tour, it nevertheless raised the Clash's profile and the band secured a record contract in February of 1977 with British CBS. Over the course of three weekends, the group recorded their debut album. Once the sessions were completed, Terry Chimes left the group, and Headon came aboard as the band's drummer. In the spring, the Clash's first single, "White Riot," and eponymous debut album were released to great critical acclaim and sales in the U.K., peaking at number 12 on the charts. The American division of CBS decided The Clash wasn't fit for radio play, so it decided not to release the album. The import of the record became the largest-selling import of all time. Shortly after the U.K. release of The Clash, the band set out on the whirlwind White Riot tour supported by the Jam and the Buzzcocks; the tour was highlighted by a date at London's Rainbow Theatre, where the audience tore the seats out of the venue. During the White Riot tour, CBS pulled "Remote Control" off the album as a single, and as a response, the Clash recorded "Complete Control" with reggae icon Lee "Scratch" Perry.

Throughout 1977, Strummer and Jones were in and out of jail for a myriad of minor indiscretions, ranging from vandalism to stealing a pillowcase, while Simonon and Headon were arrested for shooting racing pigeons with an air gun. The Clash's outlaw image was bolstered considerably by such events, but the band also began to branch out into social activism, such as headlining a Rock Against Racism concert. Released in the summer of 1978, the single "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" demonstrated the band's growing social consciousness. Shortly after the single peaked at number 32, the Clash began working on their second album with producer Sandy Pearlman, a former member of Blue Öyster Cult. Pearlman gave Give 'Em Enough Rope a clean but powerful sound designed to break the American market. While that didn't happen -- the album peaked at 128 on the U.S. charts in the spring of 1979 -- the record became an enormous hit in Britain, debuting at number two on the charts.

Early in 1979, the Clash began their first American tour, entitled "Pearl Harbor '79." That summer, the band released the U.K.-only EP The Cost of Living, which featured a cover of the Bobby Fuller Four's "I Fought the Law." Following the later summer release of The Clash in America, the group set out on its second U.S. tour, hiring Mickey Gallagher of Ian Dury's Blockheads as a keyboardist. On both of their U.S. tours, the Clash had R&B acts like Bo Diddley, Sam & Dave, Lee Dorsey, and Screamin' Jay Hawkins support them, as well as neo-traditionalist country-rocker Joe Ely and the punk rockabilly band the Cramps. The choice of supporting acts indicated that the Clash were becoming fascinated with older rock & roll and all of its legends. That fascination became the driving force behind their breakthrough double album, London Calling. Produced by Guy Stevens, who formerly worked with Mott the Hoople, London Calling boasted an array of styles, ranging from rockabilly and New Orleans R&B to anthemic hard rock and reggae. Retailing at the price of a single album, the record debuted at number nine on the U.K. charts in late 1979 and climbed to number 27 on the U.S. charts in the spring of 1980.

The Clash successfully toured the U.S., the U.K., and Europe in early 1980, during which time the pseudo-documentary Rude Boy was released in England. During the summer, the band released the Dutch-only, dub-inflected single "Bankrobber," which they recorded with DJ Mikey Dread; by the fall, the British branch of CBS was forced to release the single due to popular demand. Shortly afterward, the band went to New York to begin the tension-filled, self-produced sessions for their follow-up to London Calling. In November, a U.S.-only EP of odds and ends entitled Black Market Clash was released. The following month, the triple-record set Sandinista! appeared in the U.K. and the U.S. The critical reaction to the album was decidedly mixed, with American critics reacting more favorably than their British counterparts. Furthermore, the band's audience in the U.K. was shrinking slightly -- Sandinista! was the first record the group released that sold more copies in the U.S. than the U.K.

After spending much of 1981 touring and resting, the Clash reconvened late in the year to record their fifth album with producer Glyn Johns, a former engineer/producer for the Rolling Stones, the Who, and Led Zeppelin. Headon left the band shortly after the sessions finished; the press statement said he parted with the group due to political differences, but it was later revealed that the split was due to his heavy drug use. The band replaced Headon with their old drummer, Terry Chimes, around the spring release of Combat Rock. The album was the Clash's most commercially successful effort, entering the U.K. charts at number two and climbing into the American Top Ten in early 1983, thanks to the Top Ten hit single "Rock the Casbah." During the fall of 1982, the Clash opened for the Who on their farewell tour. Though the tour helped Combat Rock scale the U.S. charts, the Clash were routinely booed off the stage on every date of the tour.

Although the Clash were at the height of their commercial powers in 1983, the band was beginning fall apart. Chimes was fired in the spring and was replaced by Pete Howard, formerly of Cold Fish. During the summer, the band headlined the U.S. Festival in California; it would be their last major appearance. In September, Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon fired Mick Jones because he "drifted apart from the original idea of the Clash." Jones formed Big Audio Dynamite the following year, while the Clash hired guitarists Vince White and Nick Sheppard to fill his vacancy. Throughout 1984, the band toured America and Europe, testing the new lineup. The revamped Clash finally released their first album, Cut the Crap, in November. The album was greeted with overwhelmingly poor reviews and sales; it would later be disowned by Strummer and Simonon.

Early in 1986, Strummer and Simonon decided to permanently disband the Clash. Several years later, Simonon formed the roots rock band Havana 3 A.M., which released only one album, in 1991; following the record's release, he concentrated on painting. After reuniting with Jones to write songs for Big Audio Dynamite's second album, 1986's No. 10 Upping Street, Strummer drifted between a musical and film career, appearing in Alex Cox's Straight to Hell (1986) and Jim Jarmusch's Mystery Train (1989). He also scored Permanent Record (1988) and Cox's Walker (1987). Strummer released a solo album, Earthquake Weather, in 1989. Shortly afterward, he joined the Pogues as a touring rhythm guitarist and vocalist. By 1991, he had quietly drifted away from the spotlight. For the remainder of the decade, Strummer was quiet, appearing on only one other recording -- Black Grape's 1996 Top Ten hit "England's Irie."

Though Strummer and Simonon were both quiet, and Jones was busy with various incarnations of Big Audio Dynamite, rumors of a Clash reunion continued to circulate throughout the '90s. When "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" appeared in a Levi's television commercial in 1992, the song was re-released in the U.K. by CBS, and it shot to number one, fueling reunion speculation. The rumors appeared again in 1995 and 1996, when the Sex Pistols decided to reunite, but the Clash remained quiet. Live: From Here to Eternity, assembling material recorded between 1978 and 1982, was released in 1999, shortly followed by the documentary film Westway to the World.

The Clash were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in November 2002 and the group were making plans to reunite to commemorate the event that following spring when Strummer suddenly died from a congenital heart defect on December 22, 2002. In the wake of his passing, the Clash were inducted into the Hall in March of 2003 and then quietly tabled any plans for a reunion. Over the next decade, both Jones and Simonon were musically active. Jones produced both albums by the acclaimed rock group the Libertines -- who themselves bore a distinct debt to the Clash -- and Simonon teamed with Blur's Damon Albarn for the 2007 band the Good, The Bad & The Queen. This project lead to a Jones and Simonon reunion under the auspices of Albarn's group Gorillaz; the pair both performed on the 2010 album Plastic Beach and then they both appeared on the supporting tour, marking the first time they shared the stage since the Clash. In 2013, the group announced a major archival project called Sound System containing new remasters of the band's first five albums, three additional CDs of rarities, singles, and demos, plus a DVD. Along with the box set came a new compilation called The Clash Hits Back, which mimicked the sequence of their July 19, 1982 set list at the Brixton Fair Deal. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Live At Shea Stadium

1. Intro (Live 10/13/1982)

2. London Calling (Live 10/13/1982)

3. Police On My Back (Live 10/13/1982)

4. The Guns Of Brixton (Live 10/13/1982)

5. Tommy Gun (Live 10/13/1982)

6. Magnificent 7 (Live 10/13/1982)

7. Armagideon Time (Live 10/13/1982)

8. Magnificent 7 (Return) (Live 10/13/1982)

9. Rock The Casbah (Live 10/13/1982)

10. Train In Vain (Live 10/13/1982)

11. Career Opportunities (Live 10/13/1982)

12. Spanish Bombs (Live 10/13/1982)

13. Clampdown (Live 10/13/1982)

14. English Civil War (Live 10/13/1982)

15. Should I Stay Or Should I Go (Live 10/13/1982)

16. I Fought The Law (Live 10/13/1982)

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Track List: Singles Box

Disc 1

1. White Riot

2. 1977

Disc 2

1. Listen

4. Capital Radio One

Disc 3

1. Remote Control

Disc 4

1. Complete Control

4. Capital Radio One

Disc 5

2. Jail Guitar Doors

Disc 6

1. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais

3. London's Burning

Disc 7

1. Tommy Gun

2. 1-2 Crush On You

Disc 8

1. English Civil War

2. Pressure Drop

Disc 9

1. I Fought The Law

2. Groovy Times

Disc 10

1. London Calling

2. Armagideon Time

Disc 11

1. Bankrobber

Disc 12

5. Clampdown

6. The Card Cheat

7. Lost In The Supermarket

Disc 13

1. Hitsville U.K.

2. Radio One

3. Police On My Back

4. Somebody Got Murdered

Disc 14

1. The Magnificent Seven

2. The Magnificent Dance

3. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)

4. One More Time

5. One More Dub

6. The Cool Out

7. The Magnificent Seven

8. The Magnificent Dance

Disc 15

1. This Is Radio Clash

2. Radio Clash

Disc 16

1. Rock The Casbah

2. Long Time Jerk

3. Mustapha Dance

4. Red Angel Dragnet

5. Overpowered By Funk

Disc 17

4. Cool Confusion

Disc 18

1. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

2. Straight To Hell

Disc 19

1. Know Your Rights

2. First Night Back In London

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Track List: Super Black Market Clash

1. 1977

2. Listen

3. Jail Guitar Doors

4. City Of The Dead

5. The Prisoner

6. Pressure Drop

7. 1-2 Crush On You

8. Groovy Times

9. Gates Of The West

11. Time Is Tight

12. Justice Tonight - Kick It Over

13. Robber Dub

14. The Cool Out

15. Stop The World

16. The Magnificent Dance

17. Radio Clash

18. First Night Back In London

19. Long Time Jerk

20. Cool Confusion

21. Mustapha Dance

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Track List: Clash On Broadway

Disc 1

3. White Riot

4. 1977

5. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.

6. Hate And War

7. What's My Name

8. Deny

9. London's Burning

10. Protex Blue

11. Police And Thieves

12. 48 Hours

13. Cheat

14. Garageland

15. Capital Radio One

16. Complete Control

17. Clash City Rockers

18. City Of The Dead

19. Jail Guitar Doors

20. The Prisoner

21. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais

22. Pressure Drop

23. 1-2 Crush On You

Disc 2

1. Safe European Home

2. Tommy Gun

3. Julie's Been Working For The Drug squad

4. Stay Free

6. Groovy Times

7. Gates Of The West

8. Armagideon Time

9. London Calling

10. Brand New Cadillac

11. Rudie Can't Fail

12. The Guns Of Brixton

13. Spanish Bombs

14. Lost In The Supermarket

15. The Right Profile

16. The Card Cheat

17. Death Or Glory

18. Clampdown

19. Train In Vain

20. Bankrobber

Disc 3

1. Police On My Back

2. The Magnificent Seven

3. The Leader

4. The Call Up

5. Somebody Got Murdered

6. Washington Bullets

7. Broadway

9. Every Little Bit Hurts

10. Stop The World

11. Midnight To Stevens

12. This Is Radio Clash

13. Cool Confusion

16. Rock The Casbah

17. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

19. Street Parade

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Track List: Combat Rock

1. Know Your Rights

2. Car Jamming

3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

4. Rock The Casbah

5. Red Angel Dragnet

6. Straight To Hell

7. Overpowered By Funk

8. Atom Tan

9. Sean Flynn

10. Ghetto Defendant

11. Inoculated City

12. Death Is A Star

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Track List: Sandinista!

Disc 1

1. The Magnificent Seven

2. Hitsville U.K.

3. Junco Partner

4. Ivan Meets G.I. Joe

5. The Leader

6. Something About England

7. Rebel Waltz

8. Look Here

9. The Crooked Beat

10. Somebody Got Murdered

11. One More Time

12. One More Dub

13. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)

14. Up In Heaven (Not Only Here)

15. Corner Soul

16. Let's Go Crazy

17. If Music Could Talk

18. The Sound Of Sinners

Disc 2

1. Police On My Back

2. Midnight Log

3. The Equaliser

4. The Call Up

5. Washington Bullets

6. Broadway

7. Lose This Skin

8. Charlie Don't Surf

9. Mensforth Hill

10. Junkie Slip

11. Kingston Advice

12. The Street Parade

13. Version City

14. Living In Fame

15. Silicone On Sapphire

16. Version Pardner

17. Career Opportunities

18. Shepherds Delight

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Track List: London Calling

1. London Calling

2. Brand New Cadillac

3. Jimmy Jazz

4. Hateful

5. Rudie Can't Fail

6. Spanish Bombs

7. The Right Profile

8. Lost In The Supermarket

9. Clampdown

10. The Guns Of Brixton

11. Wrong 'em Boyo

12. Death Or Glory

13. Koka Kola

14. The Card Cheat

15. Lover's Rock

16. Four Horsemen

17. I'm Not Down

18. Revolution Rock

19. Train In Vain

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Track List: London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition

Disc 1

1. London Calling

2. Brand New Cadillac

3. Jimmy Jazz

4. Hateful

5. Rudie Can't Fail

6. Spanish Bombs

7. The Right Profile

8. Lost In The Supermarket

9. Clampdown

10. The Guns Of Brixton

11. Wrong 'Em Boyo

12. Death Or Glory

13. Koka Kola

14. The Card Cheat

15. Lover's Rock

16. Four Horsemen

17. I'm Not Down

18. Revolution Rock

19. Train In Vain

Disc 2
Disc 3
x

Track List: Give 'Em Enough Rope

1. Safe European Home

2. English Civil War

3. Tommy Gun

4. Julie's In The Drug Squad

5. Last Gang In Town

6. Guns On The Roof

7. Drug-Stabbing Time

8. Stay Free

9. Cheapskates

10. All The Young Punks (New Boots And Contracts)

x

Track List: The Clash

1. Clash City Rockers

2. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.

3. Remote Control

4. Complete Control

5. White Riot

6. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais

7. London's Burning

8. I Fought The Law

9. Janie Jones

11. What's My Name

12. Hate And War

13. Police And Thieves

14. Jail Guitar Doors

x

Track List: Hits Back (Deluxe Edition)

1. London Calling (2012 Mix)

2. Safe European Home

3. Know Your Rights

4. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais

5. Janie Jones

6. The Guns Of Brixton

7. Train In Vain

8. Bankrobber

9. Wrong 'Em Boyo

10. The Magnificent Seven

11. Police On My Back

12. Rock The Casbah (Bob Clearmountain Mix)

13. Career Opportunities

14. Police And Thieves

15. Somebody Got Murdered

16. Brand New Cadillac

17. Clampdown

18. Ghetto Defendant

19. Armagideon Time

20. Stay Free

21. I Fought The Law

22. Straight To Hell

23. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

24. Garageland

25. White Riot

26. Complete Control

27. Clash City Rockers

28. Tommy Gun

29. English Civil War

30. The Call Up

31. Hitsville U.K.

32. This Is Radio Clash

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❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
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tommycrewe
No Talk of the Mescaleros.. . w o w
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How does Matty figure they had only one good song? Rock the Casbah and Should I Stay or Should I Go are already two good at minimum just on one album. London Calling was another good song. I mean it's certainly more polished punk than say, The Feeders, but come on. That's a bit harsh.
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Libertarian ideology will eventually win the minds of the people Or out right tyranny of the masses!
Keep ur guns folks, we'll need them very soon!
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F**k. F**K the left
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London's mentality then And now!
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yep
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ed.nunez
Great band......
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Controlled.. . . t h a t means, YOU!!!!!!-
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Thanks, Squirlee T....
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stalay112
Straight to Hell...live on and punk out mother f'rs!
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These punks had one good song . True definition of one hit wonder. Typical angry British pricks too. Bad teeth and bad music.
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squirlee_t
Their bio has several errors - paul simonon was not mick's childhood friend. Paul's friend went to try out for the band and asked paul to come along as he thought the other band members looked odd and scary.

Terry chimes never used the name tory crimes. That name was given to him as a joke on the liner notes for the first album. He had quit the group before they recorded their debut album but was asked to play drums on it as they hadn't yet found a suitable replacement. He wasn't a fan of the
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progressive protagonists
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I love your song clash!‼
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C'mon, Jones!!!!
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The Clash came before the Sex Posers.

Pistols.
I meant Pistols.
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Not sure I liked how this song was mixed with train in vein.
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Still true in 2016
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Should I stay or should I go
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Great Britain listen
You have politicians,
That love socialism,
You love freedom?
Well, then get rid of them
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vvill yov stand by me
vvhen eye'm a11 a1one
(there's a lot going on there
you kabalists ovt there)
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Senegal
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See you at behind the music next season...
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Great for the UK but you have yet to jettison socialismo.
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To hell with Soros, Merkel, Obama, Sanders, Guack, Cameron, Jerry Brown, Barbara Boxer, Nancy Pelosi, Diane Feinstein, Jane Kim, Edwin Mah Lee! !!!!!!!
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BREXIT! BREXIT! BREXIT!
UKIP UKIP UKIP UKIP!!!
Nigel Farage! !!! : ) : )
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Should I stay or should I go?? Lol ;)
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Gawd this takes me back to my Mohawk daze in Portland when there was still a music scene! Louis LaBamba, Satyricon daze.
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Lyrics

London calling to the faraway towns
Now war is declared and battle come down
London calling to the underworld
Come out of the cupboard, you boys and girls
London calling, now don't look to us
Phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust
London calling, see we ain't got no swing
'Cept for the ring of that truncheon thing
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This song is not part of the original album.
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This song is not on the Super black market clash album
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Should I stay or should I go. im staying great song
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Ain't looking good in London or anywhere else.
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Sounds like murder
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I live by the river, Clash ❤
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(White Man) in Hammersmith Palais changed my way of listening to music, Joe says If Adolph Hitler were here today, they'd send the limousine anyway
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So the point is to leave a bit about the song... Phhhh, how bout ya read a few things for yourself.... The song are great or ya wouldn't be here...hahah a h a h a
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josh.abramso n 8
....,.kmkk
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Mike513 is right. Kicks a**!
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This song kicks a**!!!
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Dub... Why is that even in this piece. No such thing during the Clashes time (plenty of influence afterwards)! Get someone to actually do some justice to the band and the time frame... ;-)
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Yes, I read it twice, like an idiot. Pufff, what? This is just too weird...
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Who writes this crap for Pandora???
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Go
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Can't get any better than The Clash
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milosdad
Mickey the plumber, I'm impressed. You are more hard core than I am.
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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ � stay
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echoes43
Hmmm, something odd about me. Bio said the Clash really never made it in America. I'm 60, in Cleveland , OH and still rocking to the Clash
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