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Punks, Nazis, Skins and the Clash's Finest Hour

Ian Fortnam, Classic Rock, August 2007

Rock Against Racism: Tom Robinson thinks of it as "the punk Woodstock" and it was the moment that punk went overground and people's band the Clash became — for better or for worse — fully-fledged rock stars.



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