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Fuck the fuck'n Clash is great

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by Zer0G, Feb 24, 2002.

  1. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Woooo Woooo punching shit.

    Clamp Down

    good song
  2. Rock the Cazbah

    From the Ministry of London Calling

    (those are some of the only titles I know from their catalogue)

    Prime Minister Highsteppa
  3. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    - Should I Stay or Should I Go
    - Clamp Down
    - Tommy Gun

  4. I know that one.

    From the Ministry of sorry :)

    Prime Minister Highsteppa
  5. matty

    matty TRIBE Member

    The clash is great. I love the dub influenced punk they did in the last half of their careers as much as the raw shit they started out with.

    I fought the Law
    Capital Radio
    White Riot

  6. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Why are you sorry? Don't understand?

    You are great dude.

    Not like some assholes out there that deserve to die.



    Nice chems have worn out their welcome in ma head.
  7. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Big Audio Dynamite - E=MC².mp3

    is what started this

  8. djcheezwhiz

    djcheezwhiz TRIBE Member

    clash are one of my favs...if you want some truly great tunes, check out the following:

    the magnificent seven / magnificent dance
    the call up
    this is radio clash
    train in vain

    excellent band....& on the BAD tip, check out "the bottom line"...

    joe strummer did some good tunes by himself especially around 88...

  9. JayBrain

    JayBrain TRIBE Member

  10. :eek:

    That's some solid production man!

    From the Ministry of impressed

    Prime Minister Highsteppa
  11. JayBrain

    JayBrain TRIBE Member

    I think I over did it with the "flanger" and the low synth needs work.. but yeah it was fun to do
  12. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Oh neat

    yeah lots there to work with there


    BAD is better though if dun wif jungle.
  13. nebula

    nebula TRIBE Member

    A-ha! I was told that that Clash I had blarin' in my car last summer made me look like a homo. Now I have this thread as ammo!

    Rock the motherfuckin' casbah!

    (My personal guilty pleasure: This Is Radio Clash)
  14. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Remix = Big Audio Dynamite - E=MC².mp3
  15. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    I HATE “Rocking the Casba” I HATE cause they have so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so many better songs.
  16. JayBrain

    JayBrain TRIBE Member

    Has anyone remixed that one yet?
  17. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member



  18. JayBrain

    JayBrain TRIBE Member

    I love remixing old songs.. it's soo much fun.. I did Salt N Peppah a couple months ago too..
    Push It.mp3
  19. nebula

    nebula TRIBE Member

    ...of which "Should I Stay or Should I Go" is not one. (In my opinion that's the worst Clash song. The bass line and piano part for Casbah put it in my top 3)

  20. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    What twist of fate made you my bitch?
  21. JayBrain

    JayBrain TRIBE Member

    We all love the clash yes.. but I'd also like to say..
    The Cure, Cult, Dep. Mode, New Order and Pet Shop Boys are all up there on my list of favorites too.
  22. nebula

    nebula TRIBE Member

    I'm your worst nightmare.

    Trivia: B.A.D. mixed samples of "Should I Stay or Should I Go" with the basic beat from Lionel Richie's "All Night Long" in what song? (easy)
  23. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member

    Yeah so you eat sperm 24/7
  24. nebula

    nebula TRIBE Member

    Cool, but The Clash actually pre-dates them all. Each of the groups you mentioned had their hayday in the late 80's... The Clash were broken up by then. The Clash really pioneered a much different movement than any of the groups you mention - in fact each of these major pop groups, including The Clash, really pioneered styles of their own (possible exception being The Cult).

    A few major pop players from the 80's you left out are Devo (not for Whip It), Duran Duran (not for Hungry Like The Wolf), Human League (not for Don't You Want Me) and Tears For Fears (not for Shout) - each of them had way better songs than their "big" singles, and each of them spun pop in their own direction - for that I love them all.
  25. Zer0G

    Zer0G TRIBE Member


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