The Clash - The Magnificent Seven / Hitsville U.K. mp3
|2||The Magnificent Seven|
|CBS A1133, A1133||The Clash||The Magnificent Seven (7", Single)||CBS, CBS||CBS A1133, A1133||UK||1981|
|COL 657639 4, 657639 4||The Clash||The Magnificent Seven (Cass, Single)||Columbia, Columbia||COL 657639 4, 657639 4||Europe||1991|
|CBS 9513||The Clash||Los 7 Magnificos (7", Promo)||CBS||CBS 9513||Spain||1980|
|COL 657639 2||The Clash||The Magnificent Seven (CD, Maxi)||Columbia||COL 657639 2||France||1991|
|ES 609||The Clash||The Magnificent Seven (7", Single)||Epic||ES 609||New Zealand||1981|
- Written-By – The Clash
(P) 1980 CBS Records
Fabricado en Colombia por Discos CBS S.A.
- Manufactured By – Discos CBS, S.A., Colombia
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records
The Magnificent Seven is a song by the English punk rock band the Clash. Released in 1981, it was the third single from the Clash's fourth album, Sandinista. It reached number 34 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was inspired by old school hip hop acts from New York City, like the Sugarhill Gang and Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five. Rap was still a new and emerging music genre at the time, and the band, especially Mick Jones, was very impressed with it. Текст песни: Ring Ring Its 7:00 A. Move yourself to go again Cold water in the face Brings you back to this awful The Clashs Sandinista album, this rap follows the day of a minimum wage supermarket employee. Chronicling a day under the capitalist grind, its musically influenced byFrom The Clashs Sandinista album, this rap follows the day of a minimum wage supermarket employee. Chronicling a day under the capitalist grind, its musically influenced by Read More. From The Clashs Sandinista album, this rap follows the day of a minimum wage supermarket employee. Chronicling a day under the capitalist grind, its musically influenced by the burgeoning hip hop scene in New York City. The title is derived from the 1960 American Western by John Sturges. The seven being a play on both the film, and the seven hours of work in the typical minimum wage 8 hour work day minus one hour for lunch. Expand . Sandinista . Hitsville U. The Clash. Allah-Las - 'Worship The Sun' LP Full Album Stream - Продолжительность: 40. The Clash - Up Clash Lyrics. They cried the tears, they shed the fears, Up and down the land, They stole guitars or used guitars - So the tape would understand, Without even the slightest hope of a 1000 sales Just as if, as if there was, a hitsville in U. I know the boy was all alone, til the hitsville hit U. No slimy deals, with smarmy eels - in hitsville U. Lets shake'n say, we'll operate - in hitsville U. The mutants, creeps and musclemen, Are shaking like a leaf, It blows a hole in the radio, When it hasnt sounded good all week, A mike'n boom, in your living room - in hitsville U. No consumer trials, or. album: Sandinista 1980. The Magnificent Seven. The Magnificent Seven Letra: Ring Ring It's 7:00 A. Move why'self to go again, Cold water in the face, Brings you back to this awful place, Knuckle merchants and you bankers, too, Must get up an' learn those rules, The Magnificent Seven - The Clash. Copy to clipboard. The magnificent seven. Ring Ring It's 7 A. Move y'self to go again. Cold water in the face. 33 Ivan Meets G. Joe 34 Junco Partner 35 Hitsville U. 36 The Magnificent Seven - Remastered 37 The Magnificent Seven. More albums. Hits Back Japan Version. The Clash 5 Studio Album Set. London Calling. The Magnificent Seven is a song and single by the English punk rock band The Clash. It was the third single from their fourth album Sandinista. It reached number 34 on the UK singles chart. The song was inspired by raps by old school hip hop acts from New York City, like the Sugarhill Gang and Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five. Rap was still a new and emerging music genre at the time and the band, especially Mick Jones, was very impressed with it, so much so that Jones took to carrying a boombox around and got the nickname 'Whack Attack'. The song was r read more
Title: The Magnificent Seven / Hitsville U.K.
Catalog #: 442-1112
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Yellow, Clear