Songs by The Dishrags Mark II could now feature the interplay of two guitars, not to mention the vocals of four strong singers. And there are some questions as to the origins of its release: sold as an import in North America with a white RCA England label on it. But more importantly, it convinced those who had never taken the band seriously to actually have a listen.
In other words: "if it's on RCA England, it must be good. But it apparently was never mixed and is seemingly now lost to the ages. However, as happens in these sort of things, personality clashes would get the best of the group.
Nonetheless, it was released posthumously irony, anyone? Independent music reviewer on altrockchick. And I look great in leather. Blog at WordPress. Rubber Soul Revolver Sgt. Sorrow Stand! Has anything changed since ? Fighting the nation with their guns and ammunition The extended instrumental passage leading to the end of the song is an exciting give-and-take between Mick Jones and Paul Simonon, who gives his best performance on the album.
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The other explanations are right. Of course, in the 70s in Britain the shitty jobs were the only ones available, so letting your employers know how you really felt about your job was widely discouraged. But listening to a song that implies it's a good idea is pretty liberating. General Comment i think a thanks is in order for punkintended and baller, because i honostly couldnt make head or tails of this song for a really long time.
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