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Londons Burning (Polydor Demo) - The Clash - Street Rats (CD)

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  1. A1 - A5 recorded at Polydor, London, Dec. A6, B4, B5 taken from the Capitol Radio EP A7 taken from the Clash City Rockers 7" A8 taken from the Remote Control 7" B1, B2 recorded at CBS, London, Winter '77/'78 B3 recorded at CBS, London, Jan. '78 B6, B7 taken from the Cost Of Living LP Plain black label,orange vinyl.3/5(1).
  2. "London's Burning" is a song by The Clash from their eponymous debut album. It is the eighth track in the U.K. version of this album, and the seventh track in the U.S. version, from It is sung by Joe Strummer (and Mick Jones, with Paul Simonon in the chorus), who starts the song shouting "London's Burning!" two times.
  3. "London's Burning" (named after the popular nursery rhyme about the Great Fire of London in ) is mainly about the punk scene's main choice of drug at the time: amphetamine sulphate, AKA speed ("I can't think of a better way to spend the night, than speeding around underneath the yellow lights"). "I decided quite quickly that the up wasn't worth the down," noted singer Joe Strummer.
  4. Raymond'Pitbull' Derby was a Red Watch firefighter at Blackwall Fire Station from Series 8 to series Pitbull was a loud and obnoxious bully and Jaffa Parrish's replacement on the Red Watch at Blackwall. He enjoyed winding up members of Blue Watch, and was always on hand with a barbed remark whenever someone was at a low ebb. On his first day he wound up George about Jaffa standing in for.
  5. Aug 28,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment London's Burning (Remastered) · The Clash The Clash (Remastered) ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited Released on: Composer.
  6. For all that, this is a great song that fingers Mick Jones as having the strongest sense of melody in the Clash (something subsequent releases would do nothing to disprove). The flip is a live version of "London's Burning", blessed with a fiery performance and cursed with wretched sound. The Clash have tried to smother its existence ever since.
  7. London's burning with boredom now London's burning, dial I'm up and down the Westway, in and out the lights What a great traffic system, it's so bright I can't think of a better way to spend the night Then speeding around underneath the yellow lights London's burning with boredom now London's burning, dial London's burning with.
  8. Nov 30,  · Read the latest London stories, London's rat problem worsens with complaints a day on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest London news.

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