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Career Opportunities - The Clash - The Clash (CD, Album)

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  1. Not On Label (The Clash) ‎– Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release, White Label.
  2. The Clash – Career Opportunities. 17 Comments; Career opportunities, the ones that never knock Every job they offer you is to keep you out the dock Career opportunities, General CommentGreat song off of their first album.. Great social commentary. JoE][BoXeRon March 19, Link.
  3. Career Opportunities The Clash. Produced by Mickey Foote. Album The Clash. Career Opportunities Lyrics. They offered me the office, offered me the shop They said I'd better take anything they'd got.
  4. Compared to the Clash's later, more solution-orientated offerings, "Career Opportunities" was a naïve diatribe, but it's effective like other Clash songs simply because of the purity and ferocity of spirit -- in execution and in the onomatopoeic quality of the music (the guitar accompanying "the one that never knocks" brings to mind a rap on the door, etc.).
  5. Give 'em Enough Rope [BLACK FRIDAY] (CD) The Clash London Calling (CD) The Clash Sandinista! (CD) The Clash The Clash [BLACK FRIDAY] (CD) The Clash Sandinista! [ Gram Reissue] (LP) The Clash View More. Label Releases. The Chief (CD) Jidenna .
  6. Jan 25,  · Even so, they're all interesting to listen to and don't permanently scar the album. Most of them show The Clash trading in their gut level impact for some more experimental music. Super Black Market Clash is just the fix for those of you who have already bought the first three CDs (which I recommend doing immediately if you haven't already)/5().
  7. " Career Opportunities " is a song by The Clash, recorded for their debut studio album, The Clash in
  8. Mar 11,  · This two cd set is a great collection for the "true" Clash fan who falls somewhere in between that person who likes 3 radio hits from the 80's, and the diehard Clash fanatic who owns their entire discography on vinyl. Plenty of excellent picks from their catalogue to keep most listeners happy. It certainly does the trick for me!/5().
  9. What endures about The Clash is not so much its rabid agit pop as its compact riffs and the phlegmy howl of Strummer's voice. "White Riot" and "Career Opportunities" are timeless songs about youth, boredom, and anger in Albion; "Police and Thieves" is a stiff but oddly effective cover of the Junior Murvin classic/5(23).

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