The Clash: London Calling

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The Clash: London Calling
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Time Out says

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Sharif might not like it, but it’s good news for London music fans: the Museum of London is putting together a free exhibition dedicated to our city’s greatest punk band, The Clash. ‘What about The Sex Pistols?’ you ask. No, it’s The Clash, obviously, and this show looks like could be seriously good. Opening in November, the museum’s pulled together over 100 items from the band’s archive relating to the ‘London Calling’ album, including the bass Paul Simonon is smashing on the cover and Joe Strummer’s personal typewriter. One Time Out staffer apparently lost their virginity to The Best of The Clash, but we’re not allowed to say who. Should you stay or should you go to this exhibition? Of course you should go, just check the opening hours so you don't get the train in vain. 


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