Review #102: The Clash, The Clash

#102: The Clash, The Clash

Okay, first of all, that’s two albums in a row that are self-titled. See, it’s connections like that that will keep us sane.

According to the RS blurb, Mick Jones played pretty much all the guitar on this because Joe Strummer didn’t think that studio guitar wasn’t punk enough, which is going to be my excuse as to why I can’t do things for the rest of my…

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