"Wedlock In Dreadlock": The punk & reggae connection weekly tribute (pt 2)
The Clash were one of the first wave UK punk bands that stronly embraced reggae culture and assimilated dub and roots reggae elements into their sound. "Bankrobber" is typical of that inflluence, not released on any of their studio albums, first appearing on their compilation "Black Market Clash" and as a single in 1980.
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