The Clash - Sandinista! (1980) (1 Viewer)

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Surely a nod to Jamaican music? Sung version of song on one side and dub version on the other.
That didn't occur to me (about the different sides). I just let it play through. I really need to own a copy of this.

Fair point on Jamaican music. I'm thinking there's a bit of both there. I need to listen again.

Seriously though, the version of career opportunities near the end is absolutely adorable.
 

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I realised I never posted in here again after my three listens. It took a long time to listen to it again and again (I haven't gone back to it since the third listen). From what I remember, there was some great stuff on it and bits that I didn't like at all. It struck me as a bit of a White Album thing - something that you could really get into and embrace the eclecticism or that you could find insufferable. I could be persuaded to listen to this again.

Anyway, the reason I came into this thread was to post this:
Year Zero: The Clash in Trinity 1977
 

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This is great


Total on the edge of falling apart playing, Paul concentrating SO HARD on the bassline, Joe just about managing to spit out the entire thesis-length of lyrics and Mick Jones with full on guitar effects up to 11 overwhelming everything, amazin'. Topper is doing grand though.

Really interested in the next segment as well...
 

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