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Uk based tribute to The Clash. Gig dates, photos, forum.
Aversion.com: The Clash|
Find reviews, interviews, band histories, and tour dates.
The Clash On Tour|
Contains rare live bootleg MP3 files, original CDR cover art, and reviews of bootlegs. Includes a trading list for live material, videos, and non-Clash related items.
Audio and video trading list. Includes photographs of the band.
The White Riot|
Includes a discography, lyrics, pictures, articles, and reviews.
Discography, bootlegs, posters, places, Strummer's mumblings interpreted.
The White Riot Network|
Fan site with news, biography, lyrics, ICQ list, pictures, quotes, and interview transcripts.
Combat Rock - The Clash Tribute|
Back on the road with a new line up, Combat Rock are kickin ass again with style. Various gigs coming up soon including the support for Stiff Little Fingers in The Barrowlands, Glasgow on March 17th (St. Paddy's Day). Check out the web site for more info on the band and gigs.
London's Burning : The Clash Music Resource|
With articles, lyrics, a detailed discography, and an extensive guitar and bass tabs collection.
Clash Bass Tabs|
Tabs for punk band The Clash
Ink Blot Magazine: The Clash - Live: From Here To Eternity|
A review of the album, with a RealAudio sample of "Armagideon Time". See other links to the rest of the band's reviews and song clips.
This Is Radio Clash|
Trading post for concert CD-Rs and tapes.
Give 'em Enough Rope (Audio CD),25 January, 2000|
List price $11.98
My All-Time Favorite Clash Album / 5
I don't know why people think this album ruined The Clash, it didn't. This is I think their best, better than London Calling (Which I think that album is pretty good). My favorite songs in this album are SAFE EUROPEAN HOME, ENGLISH CIVIL WAR, TOMMY GUN, STAY FREE, ALL THE YOUNG PUNKS, GUNS ON THE ROOF, LAST GANG IN TOWN, and DRUG-STABBING TIME(My all-time favorite Clash song). I would really recommend this album along with other Clash albums. BUY THIS ALBUM NOW!!!
I get violent when I’m fucked up
I get silent when I’m drugged up
Want excitement, don’t get none, I go wild
I don’t know what can be done about it
If you play the game you get nothing out of it
Find out for yourself try bein’ a goody goody
You better cheat cheat
No reason to play fair
Cheat cheat or don’t get anywhere
Cheat cheat if you can’t win
Nobody knows what they are doing
It’s beyond your control, an’ friday night’s a ruin
If you wanna survive you better learn how to lie
Don’t use the rules
They’re not for you, they’re for the fools
And you’re a fool if you don’t know that
So use the rule you stupid fool
NME.COM - Reviews - Clash : The Essential Clash|
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The Clash interviews, articles and reviews from Rockâ€™s Backpages|
Live Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, March 1977. The Clash/The Buzzcocks/The
Subway Sect/The Slits: Harlesden Colosseum, London ... ...
2 Walls Webzine - music review - The Clash|
This review was prompted by the recent meeting of some self proclaimed Clash fans
that did not have or did not know about this CD. ...
KRNU TOP 10 (Daily Nebraskan)
1. The Shins - "Wincing The Night Away" The Portland-based band's third album debuted at number two on the Billboard charts with 118,000 copies sold in its first week. 2. The Good, The Bad & The Queen - "The Good, The Bad & The Queen" The result of combining members of The Clash, Blur, Africa 70 and The Verve.
We can knock 'em, but the Police are good (Denver Post)
Before you get your underwear all knotted over the Police reunion tour, consider this: The band is overrated.
Review of Work: Out of the Blue: 30th Anniversary Edition (Orlando Weekly)
Say what you will about the music of the late ?70s, there?s no denying how great a musical year 1977 was. Besides stunning punk debuts like Never Mind the Bollocks, Pink Flag, The Clash and My Aim Is True , the post-bicentennial calendar was filled with dozens of other amazing releases: Rumours, Love Gun, Exodus, Bat Out of Hell, Trans-Europe Express, Slowhand, The Grand Illusion, Chic, Cat ...
CD reviews: Fall Out Boy, Patty Griffin (Northwest Herald)
Our little Fall Out Boy is really growing up. Nearly past an awkward adolescence, the emo-rock band is making insightful observations on the record industry and diversifying its sound.
Sixties pop stars the Turtles still happy together (The Monterey County Herald)
Where were you when The Turtles' "Happy Together" was a number-one hit on AM radio in 1967?
Nightlife Agenda (Washington Post)
Thursday | Friday | Saturday | Sunday | Wednesday Thursday, February 22 Washington has had good results when the city's notable DJs cross over into different ventures. As is the case with DJ Dredd's Vegetate, it seems to work out best when the proprietor's musical sensibilities are infused in...
Cyann & Ben, Kristin Hersh, Richard Swift, The Good, the Bad & the Queen (Sea...
Imagine the sadness that would well up if we each stopped to realize the impermanence of nature?the flow of the Tao, the gentle bend of the leaves with each passing breeze. Hippie talk aside, Cyann & Ben evoke that exact mood and imagery.
Pick six: A half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view (Minneap...
A half-dozen cool things in music, from two points of view: neonbible.com. The Arcade Fire is back with a new CD (on March 6), a forthcoming U.S. tour and a fantastically original website, complete with black-and-white footage of the band covering the Clash's "Guns of Brixton" at Westminster St. John's Church in London. The most original band in music today. iConcertCal.com. An invaluable ...
Disc Notes (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)
The Good, the Bad and the Queen, self-titled, Virgin: With haunted, abstract songs, the Good, the Bad and the Queen is a dream collaboration that sometimes feels like a nightmare. Featuring Blur and Gorillaz mastermind Damon Albarn on vocals and keyboards; Paul Simonon, formerly of the Clash, on bass; and ubiquitous producer Danger Mouse at the controls, the band sounds nothing like its members' ...
A fetching blend of down tempo pop theatrics and rhythmic seduction. (IGN Music)
February 20, 2007 - Hands down Damon Albarn is the most prolific and chameleonic holdover from the post modern Brit Pop invasion. While his arch rivals in Oasis have more or less remained on the same sonic path, Albarn has shifted from his tenure in Blur to explore film scores ( Ravenous ), ethnomusicality ( Mali Music ), the outer fringes of trip-hop (Gorillaz), and now makes a foray into reggae ...
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