street ratsLast week, this blog scored bigg on Yet the post I did wasn’t all that different from a lot of other posts I do here. If any of you have any idea why or how the rocker/rappers post garnered so much attention, I’d love to hear your thoughts. I mean, I’m not unhappy with my regular numbers here, but why did that post get so popular on Digg whereas most of my posts only get three or four dugg votes? I’m also asking all of you to help by giving good ratings to my site at wherever you play (stumbleupon, digg, blogtopsites, etc.).

Okay, now on with the post: I thought I’d thrown these up before, but I guess I haven’t. “Street rats” is a collection of unreleased promos, demos, and live recordings by the world’s greatest band, The Clash. The quality of each track varies, but there’s definitely some gems here. As usual, some tastes and a zip:

Cost of Living
London’s Burning (Polydor Demo version)
Cool confusion (alt. version)
white riot (1977 video promo)
Safe european home (06-09-81)
Janie Jones (06-09-81)
Washington Bullets (06-09-81)
Junko Pardner (11-27-82)
One More Time (11-27-82)
BankRobber (11-27-82)
Kill Time.
Pressure Drop (alternate version)
White man in hammersmith palais (live version)
King of the Road (Roger Miller cover)
Revolution rock (instrumental)
Oh Baby Oh
The Beautiful People are Ugly Too
Louie Louie (The Kingsmen cover)
Sitting at my party (09-05-76)
Deadly Serious (09-05-76)


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