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The best art has always been political

I’m a music junkie - I always have been.
And if there’s one record that I go back to again and again it’s The Clash’s 1979 double-LP “London Calling,” an ambitious and sprawling work that’s widely hailed as one of the best rock albums of all time.
Over its 19 tracks, the four-piece led by the late Joe Strummer nimbly leaps across styles, from reggae and rockabilly, to funk and soul, even sharing the experience of staring out the tour bus window to see the exhaust towers of Three Mile Island go hurtling past.
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