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Published 25.08.2019 by

Look Here - The Clash - Sandinista! (CD, Album)

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  1. Arajind said:
    The Clash - Sandinista! Album Lyrics; 1. The Sound of Sinners Lyrics: 2. Police on my Back - Remastered Lyrics: 3. Let’s Go Crazy Lyrics: 4. The Magnificent Seven - Remastered Lyrics: 5. Charlie Don’t Surf Lyrics: 6. Let's Go Crazy Lyrics: 7. Charlie Don't Surf Lyrics: 8. The Magnificent Seven Lyrics: 9. Hitsville U.K. Lyrics: Junco.
    31.08.2019
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  2. Malarg said:
    Look Here This song is by The Clash and appears on the album Sandinista! ().
    29.08.2019
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  3. Mikashakar said:
    The Clash Sandinista! Review. Album. Released ready to make bands such as The Clash look like bloated, Here, Junco Partner and The Equaliser are much more assured rock-steady skanks.
    27.08.2019
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  4. Neshakar said:
    Look Here Lyrics: Look here! / What ya' think you're gonna be doin' next year? / No lie / How you know you're not gonna up and die? / No doubt / Soon enough your friends will find you out / Take.
    29.08.2019
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  5. Dojind said:
    mega-huge! let me start the styles here. and before you get tounge twisted let me show you. sandinista! is a 3 record set that is either a white album or a tales from the topographic oceans for the punk movement. they play ska, reggae, punk, rock, rockabilly, jazz, swing, broadway, techno, sampling, rap, electronica, space music, kid tunes, and more. really this is a long album i had smoke pot.
    02.09.2019
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  6. Zulkishura said:
    Editors’ Notes In , The Clash named this song album after Nicaraguan insurgents, experimented with disparate genres and sonic abstractions, and refused to edit themselves. Yet their punk spirit is alive throughout—from the organ-drenched gospel of “The Sound of Sinners” to the Dadaist noise collage “Silicone on Sapphire” to ambient dub blast “The Crooked Beat.” “Police.
    02.09.2019
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  7. Tokus said:
    My favorite track on Sandinista! is probably the most far out piece on the album, “Look Here,” a piece that falls within a genre I just invented called Post-Modern Be-bop Rock. The piece opens with party chatter channeled through various effects that create the sound you hear when you’re totally bombed and can’t tell the difference.
    25.08.2019
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  8. Yozshurg said:
    The Clash sounded like they could do anything on London silamedaconsi.dirasedotidecuzasetztergeomem.infoinfo its triple-album follow-up, Sandinista!, they tried to do everything, adding dub, rap, gospel, and even children's choruses to the punk, reggae, R&B, and roots rock they already were silamedaconsi.dirasedotidecuzasetztergeomem.infoinfod of presenting a band with a far-reaching vision, like London Calling did, Sandinista! plays as a messy, confused jumble, which 7/
    04.09.2019
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