Far more interesting than punk, far more satirical than they ever were political, far more important than their relatively brief time on top would ever indicate, the Clash richly deserved just this kind of exploration.
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What with the rumors flying earlier this week about the health of AC/DC’s Malcolm Young, I was pretty sure I’d be writing an obit/appreciation piece by now.
“Fridays,” for all of its comedic delights as a short-lived answer to SNL, did more than help launch the careers of Larry David and Michael Richards. It also brought some intriguing musical moments to the masses
‘They were always energetic and that was good for me’: Tony Iommi on Black Sabbath’s legacy of drummers
The news that Brad Wilk will be sitting in the drum chair for Black Sabbath’s forthcoming reunion album had us taking a look back at the huge shoes he’ll be filling.
So I was sitting at the kitchen table this morning, attempting to wipe the dust of sleep out of my droopy eyes while waiting for the five-minute coffee timer to go off.
Every music fan has moments they hold dear. Maybe it was the time they performed “that” song at a concert. Or maybe it was a song what happened to be playing when an important relationship began. Perhaps most simple is when we hear a particular artist for the first time … and everything afterward seems different. To this day, IRead More
I missed out on the Clash revolution in high school. The Clash had been long extinct, but their specter loomed — and still looms — large on the music scene.
by Mark Saleski I’m still kinda mad at Joe Strummer. I mean, did the guy have to kick off so early? He was still making great music!