Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Joe Strummer: Generations (B-sides & Rarities)


RI.P Joe Strummer
21 August 1952 – 22 December 2002
Inspiration to millions

MRML has payed tribute to Joe Strummer and The Clash since our inception and we will never forget.



To celebrate "Joe Strummer Day", here's a bootleg collection of B-sides, soundtrack material, compilation tracks etc. There's some crucial Strummer-osity here (like "Generations" and "It's a Rockin' World" and "Trash City") and even some of the lesser material (like "Punk Rock Blues") is fairly intriguing.


Generations (B-sides & Rarities) link is in the comments*

Apparently track 9, "Don't Tango with Django" is missing, so here is a link for that song.

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    NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO SHARE SOME WORDS ON THE PASSING OF A LEGEND







    http://www.mediafire.com/?8wifn0u6yu1k6j6

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  2. Nice one and here is The Warriors tribute to Joe (i play bass for the warriors too)

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  3. sorry forgot link
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEFugU8H3sw

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  4. Cool song, Crimewave, I'll link up to that one soon.

    Thanks!

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  5. Nice one Jeffens! Some songs that I have not heard!
    Ken

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  6. Joe, the greatest, ever and forever.

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  7. I'm kind of a heretic about the clash... sometimes transcendent... frequently phoning it in... but Strummer post-Clash was a monster... couple of tunes on here that are news to me... looking much forward.

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  8. Trash City is Strummer at his best...i still like this song,and it's ok on the dancefloor too...nice post,thanks!

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  9. Joe Strummer the best punk frontman of them all, they were the fan's band, letting kids into gigs free if they were skint, he played from the front the energy was immense,they were and still are the most important band in my life. JOE STRUMMER R.I.P

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  10. Thank You-This fills in a hole or two! Joe Strummer was one of my favorite singers. He truly was Johnny Appleseed.

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  11. this is a great post for an otherwise sad anniversary. thanks. one tune missing (#9). Any chance of upping that as well? Thanks again for all your hard work.

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  12. Up In Heaven (Not Only Here)
    R.I.P.

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  13. It is a cruel joke of the gods that Joey Ramone and Joe Strummer are dead and yet Phil Collins and Billy Joel are alive.

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  14. Thanks So Much :)

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  15. COMMENTERS

    Thanks for all your thoughtful words on the man, Joe Strummer.

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  16. Excellent collection! I just found your site and it's a doozy. Great stuff here.

    Thanks for sharing!

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  17. Really appreciate the share of Joe. His collaboration with Mick Jones made them both better.

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  18. Kouzie/Loren/Anon
    Glad you enjoyed!

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  19. Thanks.

    (To you and Joe for everything.)

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  20. very cool. Joe Strummer is one of the greatest punk rockers on our planet!

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  21. thanks for the rarities...I came to joe too late in life, so his work will last me a little longer. and thank you, joe. my heroes slip away...

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