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The Magnificent Seven - The Clash - Sandinista! (Cassette, Album)

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  • <cite class="fn">JoJozuru </cite>
    Jan 19,  · With Sandinista!, ambition and audacity count for as much as the actual music. Major label artists coming off a successful album like London Calling rarely push the boundaries at all, never mind pushing them to Sandinista! proportions. Though .
  • <cite class="fn">Kajimi </cite>
    Album Rating: The highlights of this album are without doubt Up in Heaven (my favourite Clash song), The Leader (Beautifully Sarcastic), Something About England (Weird as hell but with those brilliant string hooks and great lyrics), Magnificent Seven, Ivan meets G.I Joe, Somebody got murdered, Corner Soul, Lets go crazy (Fantastically energetic), The Call Up, Washington Bullets, Charlie.
  • <cite class="fn">Aragar </cite>
    Sep 03,  · Maybe what it could've looked like as a single album. The Clash - Sandinista Now! dave, Sep 2, #2. Maranatha likes this. Jimmy B. Senior Member. As a double I'd pick (* = single album): The Magnificent Seven* Hitsville UK Junco Partner Ivan Meets GI Joe* The Leader* Rebel Waltz* Look Here* One More Time* Lightning Strikes Up In.
  • <cite class="fn">Mulmaran </cite>
    "Hitsville U.K." is a song by the Clash and the second off their fourth album Sandinista!. A duet between lead guitarist Mick Jones and his then-girlfriend Ellen Foley, it's the 13th single release by the Clash.. The lyrics refer to the emerging indie scene in British music in the late s and early s, which is held in contrast to the "mutants, creeps and musclemen" of the major labels.
  • <cite class="fn">Voodoobei </cite>
    Sandinista! Wikipedia article Album by The Clash. Disc 1 The Magnificent Seven Hitsville UK Junco Partner Ivan Meets G.I. Joe The Leader Something About England Rebel Waltz Look Here The Crooked Beat Somebody Got Murdered One More Time One More Dub Lightning Strikes (Not Once but Twice) Up in Heaven (Not Only Here) Corner Soul Let's Go Crazy If Music Could Talk The Sound of Sinners Disc .
  • <cite class="fn">Gall </cite>
    The Clash sounded like they could do anything on London xcelperbifetviasettbullranapwolfwuhal.coinfo 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 xcelperbifetviasettbullranapwolfwuhal.coinfod of presenting a band with a far-reaching vision, like London Calling did, Sandinista! plays as a messy, confused jumble, which.
  • <cite class="fn">Tauzuru </cite>
    Dec 28,  · Sandinista! (The Clash) – Album Review. by Emilio Pérez Miguel That is the key question many ask themselves when they have to analyze this triple album, issued by The Clash in The previous release Rock, Sandinista, Something About England, the call up, The Clash, the magnificent seven, Topper Headon.
  • <cite class="fn">Nijin </cite>
    The excellence is far from abundant, and in the end, the album is incredibly dragged down by its all-too-many filler tracks. A shame, because Sandinista! definitely succeeds at times. Opener The Magnificent Seven, an excellent flirt with rap supported by a groovy bass is a speaking example of this. And they keep it up for a while, indeed they do.

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