Okay Strummer-ians, check out these new (well...new to me, anyway) YouTube uploads of some of Strummer's late 80's dealings with MTV. First, courtesy of Nada/Pop Pd., comes an interview with Joe circa the "Permanent Record" soundtrack (Skip to the 4:00 mark):
Next, while we're here, let's check out this video for the vastly underrated song, "Trash City" which gets cut out of the above clip:
Finally, here's the man doing self-effacing pitches for his work in Jim Jarmusch's film "Down By Law" and his 1989 LP "Earthquake Weather".
Oh and what the Hell, here's the video for "Gangsterville:
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