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Old 10-28-2003, 03:24 PM   #16
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yea loads of stuff from the jam.

down in the tube station at midnight
'a' bomb in wardour street
the eton rifles
london girl
start!
going underground
liza radley
english rose
the modern world
all mod cons

if iwb wanders in here i know she'll recommend loads of clash but other than safe european home which has suddenly become my favourite favourite favourite song ever i can't for the life of me know how to narrow a list down.
*wandering into the thread*

yeah, recommending clash songs was exactly what i was going to do, since they're the closest thing to classical rock that i've got any knowledge on.

'safe european home' fucking great song, of course.

i can't really narrow down a list. one, cos it's the clash. two, because i don't want to sound like i'm talking down to you. icelle, i dn't know what clash songs you know/like/don't like.

safe european home (like yertle said, it really is a fucking great song)
white man in hammersmith palais
death or glory
rudie can't fail
straight to hell
guns of brixton
complete control
capital radio two
bankrobber
garageland
pressure drop
london calling
brand new cadillac
spanish bombs
lost in the supermarket
clampdown
the card cheat
tommy gun
english civil war
all the young punks
train in vain
i'm not down
revolution rock
washington bullets
police on my back
magnificent seven
the call up
somebody got murdered
broadway
this is radio clash
know your rights

and i guess i can't leave off these two...but i'm assuming you know them:
rock the casbah
should i stay or should i go
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yertle -- you forgot the Jam's Town Called Malice.

nice clash list. if you want to screw downloading all that, I would suggest the Essential Clash 2 disc set. it was recommending here and rules.
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crap there are plenty others i'd like to add to that list...i'll restrain myself


i know it's not classic rock, but i can't get out of here without telling you to check out joe strummer & the mescaleros. anything off streetcore, and anything except 'the gamma ray' (although you might like it) off 'global a go-go'. yalla yalla, tony adams and x-ray style rock off of 'rock art and the x-ray style', but i've never been able to track down a copy of that album...so that's all iknow.


and you can't go wrong with the pogues

actually, here's some reccomended pogues songs for you:
fiesta (i'm throwing that in in case lara mullen left it off her list, cos i know she likes that one, i think salome does too)
the body of an american
thousands are sailing
the broad majestic shannon
sally maclennane
dark streets of london
transmetropolitan
boys from the county hell
streams of whiskey
if i should fall from grace with god
turkish song of the damned
the battle of brisbane (instrumental)
sunny side of the street
rain street
hell's ditch
young ned of the hill
streets of sorrow/ the birmingham six
bottle of smoke
fairytale of ny
south australia
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yertle -- you forgot the Jam's Town Called Malice.

nice clash list. if you want to screw downloading all that, I would suggest the Essential Clash 2 disc set. it was recommending here and rules.

it's got a great tracklisting and all, but honestly, i'd have to say just pick up the u.s. version of the self-titled album and london calling instead. cos you're going to want to eventually buy the albums, right?
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yertle -- you forgot the Jam's Town Called Malice.

I got that


Marc Bolan - 20th century boy.

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Sweet Home Alabama

Boomtown Rats - She's So Modern.
this is great
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