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Date Posted: 17:29:52 10/23/01 Tue
Author: arun
Subject: Re: U2/the Clash
In reply to: Michael Ball 's message, "Re: U2/the Clash" on 11:13:09 04/12/01 Thu

>the Clash and U2 are both excellent groups in thier own way. But ( I bite my toungue saying this) Henry Rollins was partially correct when he said that U2 wished they were the clash. Although I am a much bigger fan of U2's than the Clash's, I do know that Bono and The Boys have looked the Clash as a template of what a band's carrer should be. Like U2, the Clash statred out as a punk band, then went on to experiment with Gospel,Disco,Techno, ect. So yes, I can definately see where U2 got thier sense of adventure from.


who cares what Henry Rollins thinks anyways?

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