8 thoughts on “ The Equaliser - The Clash - Sandinista! (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sandinista! on Discogs. Label: Epic - ESCA ~9 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Reggae • 5/5(7).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sandinista! on Discogs. Label: Epic - 2 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Remastered • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Reggae • /5(18).
  3. Sandinista! is the fourth studio album by English punk rock band the bedsfiromadbivis.chaiginibutacklersbronfallbercheckslutboots.co was released on 12 December as a triple album containing 36 tracks, with 6 songs on each side. Anticipating the world music trend of the s, it features funk, reggae, jazz, gospel, rockabilly, folk, dub, rhythm and blues, calypso, disco, and rap. For the first time, the band's traditional songwriting credits Genre: Post-punk, experimental, dub.
  4. The Clash - "Sandinista!" And you thought The Clash was Punk. Listen again. This 3-album follow-up to their ground-breaking "London Calling" double-LP shows the depth, range, vast multi-cutural influences and writing styles of The Clash. By aardvark2 (Tidewater, Virginia, VA).
  5. "The Equaliser" is a song often ignored by The Clash, and its writers appear to be slightly ashamed of it - singer Joe Strummer confessed in a interview with Q magazine that this and other examples (such as the ludicrous Rock Against the Rich tour in , beset by protests from the Socialist Worker newspaper and claims of hypocrisy as to what constituted "the rich" in the first place.
  6. Essentially, Sandinista! is divided between the Clash made of win and the Clash made of lose, and the latter, unfortunately, easily wins out. In rock music terms, things had moved on from the.
  7. Sep 15,  · Sandinista! is the same: there’s too much of it, the flavours are weird and sometimes it’s hard to know what anything is. A triple album for the price of a single, The Clash’s fourth album is a sprawling, genre-defying, self-indulgent snapshot of a band run wild.

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