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As the front man of the Clash, Joe Strummers sold millions of records, reshaping and rejuevenating the face of rock and roll. Now at peace with his legacy, Strummers returns with an album full of soulful, yet poignant tunes showing where has been for the past 20 years (don't make me say where he's been, you don't want to know). Track list includes: "Sandpaper Blues," "Tony Adams," "X-Ray Style," "Ocena of Dreams," "Road to Rock 'n' Roll," "Nitcomb," "Forbidden," "Yalla Yalla," "Diggin the New," "Willesden to Cricklewood"
As the front man of the Clash, Joe Strummers sold millions of records, reshaping and rejuevenating the face of rock and roll. Now at peace with his legacy, Strummers returns with an album full of soulful, yet poignant tunes showing where has been for the past 20 years (don't make me say where he's been, you don't want to know). Track list includes: "Sandpaper Blues," "Tony Adams," "X-Ray Style," "Ocena of Dreams," "Road to Rock 'n' Roll," "Nitcomb," "Forbidden," "Yalla Yalla," "Diggin the New," "Willesden to Cricklewood"
045778042425
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros - Rock Art & X-Ray Style

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Format: CD
Label: HLCT
Catalog: 80424
Rel. Date: 11/02/1999
UPC: 045778042425

Rock Art & X-Ray Style
Artist: Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros
Format: CD
New: In Stock $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Tony Adams
2. Sandpaper Blues
3. X-Ray Style
4. Techno D-Day - (Spanish)
5. Road to Rock 'N' Roll
6. Diggin' the New
7. Nitcomb
8. Forbidden City
9. Yalla Yalla
10. Willesden to Cricklewood

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As the front man of the Clash, Joe Strummers sold millions of records, reshaping and rejuevenating the face of rock and roll. Now at peace with his legacy, Strummers returns with an album full of soulful, yet poignant tunes showing where has been for the past 20 years (don't make me say where he's been, you don't want to know). Track list includes: "Sandpaper Blues," "Tony Adams," "X-Ray Style," "Ocena of Dreams," "Road to Rock 'n' Roll," "Nitcomb," "Forbidden," "Yalla Yalla," "Diggin the New," "Willesden to Cricklewood"
        
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