In 1983, “the only band that matters” was poised to become the biggest band in the world. Over the course of a few years, the Clash had gone from punk upstarts to a passionately eclectic band capable of rocking stadiums.
Few bands in rock history flamed out at their commercial peak as sadly as the Clash. A new documentary tells the story of the legendary English punk group, who called it quits in 1986, three years after founding guitarist Mick Jones was fired.
Here's a great article from Bryan Wawzenek about another Memorial Day weekend we've all forgotten. Read how Motley Crue's Vince Neil is quoted in the title above. Not to mention the great sarcasm of my hero Homer
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