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Sadly, Cut the Crap sounds like the last nine years never happened. If Cut the Crap is a cheat, then Mick Jones’ new band Big Audio Dynamite is an unexpected gamble. London’s still burning; so are Liverpool, Central America and the Middle East. But this album - the group’s first since Mick Jones’ unceremonious firing in 1983 on dubious political grounds - is the sound of the Clash just blowing smoke, thrashing in desperation under Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon’s uncertain leadership. That old time groove is really nowhere, Jones shrugs in The Bottom Line, brusquely dismissing Strummer’s retropunk didacticism.
Мы первые расскажем о главных новостях кино и не только! Теории, расследования, факты.
Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by the English punk band the Clash, released on 4 November 1985 by Epic Records
Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by the English punk band the Clash, released on 4 November 1985 by Epic Records. It was recorded in early 1985 at Weryton Studios, Munich, following a turbulent period: co-founder, lead guitarist and co-principal songwriter Mick Jones and drummer Topper Headon had been dismissed by lead vocalist Joe Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon.