Rock's Backpages Library Rock's Backpages
Rock's Backpages

The Clash: The Brixton Academy, London

Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 17 March 1984

ONCE UPON a time when we were a little more naive than we like to admit, The Clash seemed pretty important, like they were the fuel to the fires of creative rebellion. But now we've grown older, seen promises broken, lyrics mocked, times-a-changed and poses struck, we take them with pinch of salt. RIGHT?

Total word count of piece: 687

Subscribe

Becoming a member is easy. Membership gives you access to all the thousands of articles in the library.

Click here to go to Subscribe page.

Click here for academic and other group subscriptions.

Login


Login via your library

If your local library has signed up with Rock's Backpages, please enter your card number below: