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The Clash - The Magnificent Seven MP3 Herunterladen Artist: The Clash
Album: The Magnificent Seven
Stil: Dub, Hip Hop
Kategorie: Elektro-Musik / Rockmusik
Datum der Freigabe: 10 Apr 1981
Land: UK
Etikett: CBS
Katalognummer: CBS A1133, A1133
Größe MP3: 2295 mb
Größe FLAC: 2809 mb
Bewertung: 4.1

Trackliste

1The Magnificent Seven3:33
2The Magnificent Dance3:26

Credits

  • Mastered ByJonz
  • ProducerThe Clash
  • RemixPepe Unidos (tracks: B)
  • Written-ByClash

Hinweise

Printed Catalogue Number: Cover: A1133 Label: CBS A1133
Nineden Ltd.
Original sound recording made by CBS Records
© 1981 CBS Records
A: ℗ 1980 CBS Records
B: ℗ 1981 CBS Records

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched in run-out area A-side): CBS-S-A 1133 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched in run-out area B-side): CBS-S-A 1133 B1
  • Other (Hand etched in run-out area A-side): SC JONZ
  • Other (Hand etched in run-out area B-side): SC SOUND CLINIC
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 0149

Unternehmen

  • Mastered At – The Sound Clinic

Album

Текст песни: Ring Ring Its 7:00 A. Move yourself to go again Cold water in the face Brings you back to this awful place. 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. The Magnificent Seven Remastered - Продолжительность: 5:34 The Clash 462 420. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. 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. The Clash - The Magnificent Seven 1981. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. The Clash. Songs in album The Clash - The Magnificent Seven 1981. The Clash - Lightning Strikes Not Once But Twice. The Clash - One More Time. The Clash - One More Dub. The Clash - The Cool Out. The Clash - The Magificent Seven 12' Version. Artist: The Clash. First Release: Sandinista Length: 5:33, 4:29 single version. Vocals: Joe Strummer, Mick Jones. Themes: Additional Information: The Magnificent Seven is the longest song to open up a Clash album. a dance mix of this song exists, entitled The Magnificent Dance. recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York City in April 1980. 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 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. 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 . Album: Sandinista 1980. Charted: 34. The Clash so appreciated these rap artists that they had Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five open for them at a New York concert in 1981. Clash fans were not as receptive as the band hoped, and the rappers' set was a disaster, even making our list of the most Incongruent Opening Acts. The Magnificent Seven didn't do that well commercially, failing to chart in the US and reaching 34 in the UK. However, it became hugely popular on New York radio stations. It helped that the band created a mostly instrumental remix, The Magnificent Dance, in February 1981. The Clash were in New York, some way into recording the triple-album folly of Sandinista. Mick Jones apparently got hooked on breakbeats after discovering Grandmaster Flash and Afrika Bambaataa and took to carrying a huge boom box around with him, and naturally Joe Strummer fell for the rebel swagger of rapping alongside him. Should I Stay Or Should I Go. Rock The Casbah. London Calling. I Fought The Law. Train In Vain. The Magnificent Seven