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Old 02-24-2005, 03:29 PM   #16
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:04 PM   #17
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The Doors by a country mile, but I must admit I was never into the Clash.
Big buzz for me was meeting John Densmore in London and Ray Manzarek in Melbourne.
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the doors, by far...

I dont like the clash that much, i dont know why...

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i used to be (well realy still deep down) was/is a big morriosn fan, but now from 12 years ago when i realy going crazy, is that, jim isn't cool cause he's dead. it sux. how could a genius die in the bathrub. I;m into alot more music now then 1993. so these comparsions are going come up. and we had the clash, a band that only put out stuff for a limited time like the doors. had a big inpact in a short time. so i feel a comparison can be done. joe died a bit older man and at least thier was time for him to enjoy the legacy of the clash. i wish he hadn't died either but, like its just a better way to go then jim. should't i realy look up to strumer more then morrison? i wouldn't back then, now i might/should.
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doors by a country mile? whats a coountry mile? 14 yards,lol
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doors by a country mile? whats a coountry mile? 14 yards,lol


A “country mile” is as far as the eye can see.

I live in a country that has been metric for over 20 years and we still use the term “a country mile”
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I was kind of obssessed with the Doors at one time. Later on I really got into the Clash. I don't seem to listen to the Doors that much any more, but I still like them.
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