Burning London: The Clash Tribute Jukebox

To study music, you have to listen to it. Music is an essential part of human culture. Often mistaken for a commodity, an error that classifies musicians as manufacturers of tunes, what is modernly called music is often designed for disposability, inoffensiveness, and speedy obsolescence. Not so the music that will be posted here, that will connect you with what is true, good, fine and enduring in humanity's struggle with a difficult, dazzling world.

Burning London: The Clash Tribute Jukebox

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Burning London: The Clash Tribute Jukebox

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Copyright Notice: Burning London -- The Clash Tribute, © 1999 Sony Music, 1999 Rancid, 1999 Capricorn Records, 1999 Mercury Records, 1998 Sony Music Productions, 1998, 1998 Sony Music Entertainment, Inc.

Table of Contents:

1. Hateful, by No Doubt
2. This Is Radio Clash, by Urge
3. Should I Stay or Should I Go, by Ice Cube Feat. Mack 10
4. Cheat, by Rancid
5. Train in Vain, by Third Eye Blind
6. Clampdown, by Indigo Girls
7. Rudie Can't Fail, by The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
8. White Man is Hammersmith Palais, by 311
9. Lost in the Supermarket, by The Afghan Whigs
10. White Riot, by Cracker
11. London's Burning, by Silverchair
12. Straight to Hell, by Moby & Heather Nova
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