9 thoughts on “ Im So Bored With The USA - The Clash - Bronx City Rockers (CD)

  1. Lyrics to "Clash City Rockers" by THE CLASH: An' I wanna move the town to the clash city rockers / You need a little jump of electrical shockers / You better leave town if you only wanna knock us / Nothing stands the pressure of the clash city rockers / You see the rate they come down the escalator / .
  2. Clash City Rockers 2. I'm So Bored With the U.S.A. 3. Remote Control 4. Complete Control 5. White Riot 6. (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais 7. London's Burning Reviewed in the United States on April 29, Verified Purchase. The overall quality of the two albums are inarguably phenomenal. The two digitally remastered cds have a quality /5(4).
  3. One of the most anthemic album openers of the punk era, "Clash City Rockers" is also home to one of the all-time great punk guitar riffs. (So great, in fact, that Elvis Costello pinched it in for Wendy James' "London's Brilliant," puckishly adding the line "Still digging up the bones of Strummer and Jones" to the first verse to acknowledge the theft.).
  4. Sep 23,  · Clash City Rockers Mick Jones, Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon onstage in (a big sin for many, given the song I’m So Bored With The USA). The debut had been laid down in .
  5. Artist: The Clash First Release: "Clash City Rockers" single (CBS Records, 12/2/) Length: Vocals: Joe Strummer, Mick Jones Themes: Additional Information: live premiere at Mont-de-Marsan Festival in August References: Clash City Rockers 7" single Released: 12/02/78 UK Catalogue Number: CBS Side A Clash City Rockers Side B Jail Guitar Doors Clash City Rockers Lyrics | .
  6. “I’m So Bored With the U.S.A” is the third song on the Clash’s debut album (known only as The Clash, ). On the US version of the album (released two years later in ) it is the second song.
  7. I'm So Bored With the U.S.A. () I'm So Bored With You (3) Inoculated City (4) Ivan Meets G.I. Joe (59) Jail Guitar Doors (67) Janie Jones () Jericho (22) Jimmy Jazz (72) Johnney Too Bad (2) Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad (29) Junco Partner (53) Keys to Your Heart (5) Know Your Rights (88) Koka Kola (84) Last Gang in Town (6) Let.
  8. "Clash City Rockers" is a song and single by The Clash. First released in February with the b-side "Jail Guitar Doors" a re-worked version of a song from Joe Strummer's pub rock days. It was later included as the opening track of the belated US version of the band's eponymous debut album.
  9. "Clash City Rockers" was written by singer Joe Strummer and guitarist Mick Jones, the de facto lead writing duo for The Clash, and the lyrics continue many of the themes of their first self-titled album, encouraging the listener to rebel against authority and avoid the trap of a dead-end job ("So don't complain about your useless employment, jack it in forever tonight").

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