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The Clash

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The Clash
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The Clash performing live in 1976
Background information
Origin London, England
Years active 1976 – 1986
Genre(s) Punk
Label(s) CBS Records (1977-1986)
Website www.theclash.com
Former Members
Joe Strummer
Mick Jones
Paul Simonon
Terry Chimes
Keith Levene
Rob Harper
Topper Headon
Pete Howard
Nick Sheppard
Vince White

The Clash were leaders of the initial British punk movement of the late 70s, and evolved into a world-conscious rock band through their early 80s demise.

Weezer connection

Weezer covered The Clash's Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" during the 2009 Bleezer Tour, and released a live version of the song exclusively through Itunes via the "Raditude Club".