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mattyberninger:

favorite songs of all time. ever. (35/?)

clampdown by the clash.

Let fury have the hour, anger can be power
Do you know that you can use it?

The song’s lyrics, written by Joe Strummer, refers to the failures of capitalist society. The wearing of the “blue and brown” refers to the color of the uniforms that are mostly worn by workers. This idea goes along with lyrics that refer to “young believers” who are brought and bought into the capital system by those “working for the clampdown” who will “teach with twisted speech.”

k-a-t-i-e-:

Paul Simonon & Mikey Dread

k-a-t-i-e-:

Paul Simonon & Mikey Dread


Paul Simonon photographed by Sheila Rock

Paul Simonon photographed by Sheila Rock

(Source: superblackmarket)

sidneystrummer:

"The Tames from Milbank" by Paul Simonon

sidneystrummer:

"The Tames from Milbank" by Paul Simonon

(Source: k-a-t-i-e-)

(Source: versioncity)


Paul Simonon photographed by Sheila Rock, 1976

Paul Simonon photographed by Sheila Rock, 1976

(Source: superblackmarket)

(Source: k-a-t-i-e-)

punk-culture:

Some clippings about The Clash and Johnny Rotten from 1977

starkweb:

Paul Simonon and Damon Albarn // Gorillaz

starkweb:

Paul Simonon and Damon Albarn // Gorillaz

(Source: k-a-t-i-e-)

(Source: k-a-t-i-e-)

k-a-t-i-e-:

The Clash by Chalkie Davies

letsagetabita-rockin:

Paul Simonon & Caroline Coon
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letsagetabita-rockin:

Paul Simonon & Caroline Coon

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k-a-t-i-e-:

Joe Strummer & Paul Simonon  with fans in Soho, London following a press reception for the release of the album “Give ‘em Enough Rope”

November, 1978

Julian Yewdall 

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