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Know Your Rights - The Clash - Stinkfoot In Hollywood (Vinyl, LP)

8 Reply to “ Know Your Rights - The Clash - Stinkfoot In Hollywood (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Mektilar says:
    The Clash, The Raconteurs, Steve Lacy and other big vinyl releases this week week before turning 20 you probably don’t even know what pressure is. on g vinyl reissue LP encased in a.
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    Shop Tees, Vinyl and more from The Clash. All your favorites from the UK originals. Shop Tees, Vinyl and more from The Clash. Merch. Vinyl. Collections. Your Cart. You have no items in your cart. HOME The Clash T-Shirt | Know Your Rights Tour ’82 The Clash Shirt (Reissue) $ $ In Stock. ON SALE. The Clash.
  3. Mazulkree says:
    The Clash Hits Back is a 2-CD, 3-LP best of collection by the Clash released in September The set was released simultaneously with an eleven disc box set titled Sound System along with 5 Album Studio Set, which contains the band's first five studio threelwealthtarumbconta.perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.infoinfo are expected to be the final releases to involve Mick Jones who said "I'm not even thinking about any more Clash releases.
  4. Bashura says:
    The Clash London Calling Vinyl Original CBS +. The Clash London Calling Vinyl Original CBS album in fair condition,plays great. this is an auction for the clash- black market clash vinyl this is one of many within my vinyl collection which i have decided to part ways with.
  5. Grobei says:
    The Clash - The Clash LP - Near Mint 1st UK Pressing Vinyl - Worldwide Shipping Favourite Auctions.
  6. Faugami says:
    The Clash, an Album by The Clash. Released in on Drastic Plastic (catalog no. DPRLP13 / P; Vinyl LP). Genres: Punk Rock.
  7. Balabar says:
    Everyone took notice (by it became the biggest-selling import album of all-time)! This was in your face, rebellious and defiant, and no one sounded more anti-establishment in (except maybe the Sex Pistols) than The Clash on their first album/5().
  8. Dinris says:
    The lyrics to "Know Your Rights" are a very sarcastic look at oppression of the poor and working classes via limiting their human rights. Joe Strummer likely wrote them as a sarcastic response to a series of public service announcements in poor areas reminding the civilians of their basic human rights - this would certainly explain the "This is a public service announcement.

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