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On the fifth day of Clash-mas, my true love gave to me… …five to ten, but I said double that again…. …four grim omens… …all three of my rights… …two sevens clashing… …and a message of ambiguity.

On the fourth day of Clash-mas, my true love gave to me… …four grim omens… …all three of my rights… …two sevens clashing… …and a message of ambiguity.

On the third day of Clash-mas, my true love gave to me… …all three of my rights… …two sevens clashing… …and a message of ambiguity.

On the second day of Clash-mas, my true love gave to me… …two sevens clashing… …and a message of ambiguity.

On the first day of Clash-mas, my true love gave to me… …a message of ambiguity.

Did I mention I was taking a vacation for a week? Because I did and it was great, but now it’s time to get back to the grind. Up until the beginning of this year, I never owned the US version of the first Clash album on vinyl. It’s a startling admission, I know, but […]

Fun Fact: Up until the end of 2016, I never owned London Calling on vinyl. My original copy was the cassette released, purchased in the summer of 1989 on the advice of a ex-punk prep cook at the hospital where I worked. He was the person who re-introduced my to The Clash, perhaps as a […]

Dress back jump back

January 12th, 2017

As a young punk rocker living in only sorta-shitty times, I would get chills whenever my “NICE PRICE” cassette copy of the first Clash album spooled up “(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais.” I knew fuck all about reggae or ska apart from some references to Madness I barely understood and the Caribbean phase of Eighties […]

Can’t escape our fate

November 27th, 2014

It’s the last Thursday in November, more about which means it’s time to observe my one Thanksgiving holiday ritual. The traditional listening to “Gates of the West” on repeat.

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