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Wrong Em Boyo - The Clash - For Fxxcks Sake

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  1. Jul 07,  · Nobody has mentioned "Rock the Casbah" which is in my opinion one of the coolest songs from the Clash along with "I Fought the law". ages ago opk says: i love bank robber, rudie cant fail, wrong'em boyo, guns of brixton, rock the casbah and all the sandinista! album ages ago.
  2. Puerto Rican songwriter/producer Yeyo was the recent guest for an installment of The Recording Academy's 5 Questions With series. Held at The Academy's headquarters in Santa Monica, Calif., Yeyo discussed rapping in English and Spanish, his musical influences, current projects, and advice for aspiring artists, among other topics.
  3. Aug 21,  · Wrong 'em Boyo Death or Glory Koka Kola Four Horsemen I'm Not Down Train in Vain Yeah, I could go for that. Thank FSM for tapes/burnable CD's, I have a nice 80 minute version of Sandinista that I made that has all the non-Clash stuff, the dub mixes and pointless tracks like Career Opportunities left off and it's a good listen.
  4. Other tracks tackle history head-on, and claim it as the Clash’s own. “Wrong ‘Em Boyo” updates the story of Stagger Lee in bumptious reggae terms, forging links between rock & roll legend and the group’s own politicized roots-rock rebel.
  5. Other tracks tackle history head-on, and claim it as the Clash’s own. “Wrong ‘Em Boyo” updates the story of Stagger Lee in bumptious reggae terms, forging links between rock & roll legend and the group’s own politicized roots-rock rebel. “The Right Profile,” which is about Montgomery Clift, accomplishes a different kind of.
  6. The Clash have several compilations out. Avoid the greatest hits packages like The Story Of The Clash and the box set The Clash On Broadway, since nearly all the essential material is found on The Clash, Give'Em Enough Rope, and London Calling - any one of those three albums is a better investment.
  7. “Wrong `Em Boyo” has a stronger ska influence, complete with a horn section. And the aforementioned “Rudie Can’t Fail” also takes on ska, albeit with less a less traditional, more uniquely Clash sound.

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