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  • Freebird1991

    This is one of my favourite Clash songs ever! [3]

    15. Apr. 2014 Antworten
  • Dankel50

    This is one of my favourite Clash songs ever! [2]

    7. Apr. 2014 Antworten
  • bicknor

    This must be where 'garage music' originated. Or, is it?

    19. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • Cheldoskop

    This is one of my favourite Clash songs ever!

    22. Mai. 2013 Antworten
  • ravenpryde

    i really love the harmonica when it pops up

    30. Apr. 2012 Antworten
  • spotpatty

    Fuck Yeah!

    7. Mär. 2012 Antworten
  • mmmbrunommm

    Classic ! :D

    15. Apr. 2011 Antworten
  • Daddyslilgrrl

    Yeahhh! \o/

    28. Feb. 2011 Antworten
  • wretched-one

    Class Clash!!!!

    30. Okt. 2010 Antworten
  • JimmyJazz27


    11. Aug. 2010 Antworten
  • rustco

    1977 - What a year in Music

    3. Aug. 2010 Antworten
  • ctd55

    As a final track, it's more a new beginning than a culmination, I'd say. Here, for the first time, the Clash take on the mantle of rock 'n' roll rebels with a cause. Observing from a punk's eye view, we've been led through thirteen (UK edition) ferocious, bitterly cynical songs, each a lacerating portrayal of the awfulness of contemporary society. And where has it gotten us? Nowhere, it seems. Hell, now the punk sneer itself is for sale to whoever offers up the newest, trendiest boots and suits. And the Clash are ready to let them have it. Let them have punk as fad, as style, as trend. What they can't have is the indignation that nurtured and sustained the trend, an indignation the Clash are ready to divert into rock 'n' roll rebellion--a rebellion against the right things, rather than a punkish rebellion against all comers. So they're withdrawing to the garage to marshal an army to war against the poseurs and the powerful. We eagerly anticipate receiving our marching orders.

    21. Jul. 2010 Antworten

    Takes me back to when I saw the band for the first time on the Give 'Em Enough Rope Tour. Raw and vibrant. So committed. The song itself ended the second side of the vinyl edition of debut album The Clash. I can remember loving the opening line: "Back in the garage with my bullshit detector - Carbon monoxide makin' sure it's effective" Classic Clash!

    15. Jun. 2010 Antworten
  • robo042

    I approve.

    15. Jun. 2010 Antworten
  • Twich007

    ItsGizmo, Stay Free is awesome but Guns of Brixton and Lost in the Supermarket are both equally amazing.. Train in Vain's also pretty good.

    5. Mai. 2010 Antworten
  • ItsGizmo

    Quite simply the best Clash song ever !!!!! Stay True Stay Free....FGAU

    23. Apr. 2010 Antworten
  • hkyguru5

    if u dont like the clash u may now leave the room, friken love them

    9. Mär. 2010 Antworten
  • ad_nauseam

    They think they're so clever, they think they're so right, but the truth is only known by guttersnipes!

    24. Dez. 2009 Antworten
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  • Melde1


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