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The Equaliser - The Clash - Sandinista! (CD, Album)

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Download The Equaliser - The Clash - Sandinista! (CD, Album)

Label: CBS - CBS 463364 2 • Series: Nice Price • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Punk


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  1. Nile

    26.12.2019 02:52

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sandinista! on Discogs. Label: Epic - ESCA ~13 • Series: Nice Price (3) • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Reggae • Style: Dub, Punk, Indie Rock.
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  2. Mudal

    23.12.2019 11:01

    Sandinista!, an Album by The Clash. Released in on Epic (catalog no. E2K ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk, New Wave.
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  3. Virg

    21.12.2019 19:28

    Sandinista! was The Clash's response to the two-album set - The River - released by Bruce Springsteen. In what was a growing row with the record company after the smashing success of London Calling, The Clash wanted the financial backing to issue three records for the cost of a single lp and to promote it in the U.S. with only a few gigs/5().
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  4. Mokasa

    23.12.2019 05:56

    The Clash - The Equaliser Lyrics. No! Gangboss no! We don't want the whip! As you get weaker We don't want no gangboss We want to equalize We gang, we want to equalize.
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  5. Samukasa

    20.12.2019 16:06

    December 12, Controversially released as a 'triple' on three vinyl discs, the record shows the group on a creative roll, adding dub, rap and jazz to an already diverse musical palette. Taking its name from Nicaragua's left-wing rebel force, the album tackles subjects including US foreign policy, Vietnam, and Cold War tensions.
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  6. Zulubei

    23.12.2019 16:59

    Sandinista! is the fourth studio album from The Clash. Out of all their albums, it is generally considered that Sandinista! is their most experimental, with styles ranging from jazz, dub, gospel, hip-hop, etc. It should also be noted that this is by far longer than any other album The Clash ever put out. Contents[show] Track Listing (CD release) Disc One The Magnificent Seven () Hitsville.
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  7. Tojalkis

    28.12.2019 11:26

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sandinista! on Discogs. Label: Epic - ESCA ~9 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Reggae • 5/5(7).
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  8. Mujas

    26.12.2019 00:31

    Half the the album is brilliant and the other half is gash but along the way you're treated to rock, reggae, rap, show tunes, country and a bunch of sounds that are exclusive to the Clash. I used to listen to this album when I was a kid and it was a real trip to rock out to these tunes again (my wife cringing in the passenger seat but my 2 yr /5(99).
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  9. Tutaxe

    22.12.2019 14:39

    The Clash sounded like they could do anything on London akinosbramuroadorana.xyzinfo its triple-album follow-up, Sandinista!, they tried to do everything, adding dub, rap, gospel, and even children's choruses to the punk, reggae, R&B, and roots rock they already were akinosbramuroadorana.xyzinfod of presenting a band with a far-reaching vision, like London Calling did, Sandinista! plays as a messy, confused jumble, which.
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