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Washington Bullets - The Clash - Sandinista! (CD, Album)

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  1. By the looks and hears of ’s Sandinista!, it certainly did. The Clash created not a double album, but went as far to do a triple one, spanning 6 full vinyl sides at its day. Still, with a total of 36 tracks, one cannot help but wonder if it would all be equally consistent and effective. According to the media, it was as good as it got.
  2. 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.
  3. Sandinista! is the fourth studio album by English punk rock band the Clash. It was released on 12 December as a triple album containing 36 tracks, with 6 songs on each side. Anticipating the world music trend of the s, it features funk, reggae, jazz, gospel, rockabilly, folk, dub, rhythm and blues, calypso, disco, and rap.
  4. The album’s title comes from the calypsolike “Washington Bullets,” a tune about American support of fascist Third World regimes and how the Somozas’ Nicaraguan government finally fell to the.
  5. Sandinista!, an Album by The Clash. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: New Wave, Post-Punk.
  6. About “Washington Bullets” The melody is similar to “The Card Cheat”, but on a xylophone. This track is from the album Sandinista!, from December
  7. Mar 26,  · Album: Sandinista! Track: 23 Year: ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE CLASH! Album: Sandinista! Track: 23 Year: ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE CLASH! The Clash-Washington Bullets YouTube; Somebody Got.
  8. 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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