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War On Culture - Carbon/Silicon - The Last Post (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 06,  · Carbon/Silicon, a two guitars-bass-drums affair like his vanguard punk band, reunites Jones with former Generation X guitarist Tony James (the pair were in the seminal mid-'70s band the London SS). CSi began issuing downloadable music as early as , but "The Last Post" is the first physical CD release.
  2. Jun 26,  · The punk rock legends in Carbon/Silicon — Mick Jones from The Clash and Tony James from Generation X — have been offering their garage-rock .
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  4. The Last Post ~ Release by Carbon/Silicon (see all versions of this release, 2 available) Overview; Disc IDs (1) War on Culture (track 6) What the Fuck (track 7 Barcode: Format: CD Length: Additional details Type: Album Status: Official Language: English Script: Latin Data Quality: Normal Labels. Carbon/Silicon.
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  6. Carbon/Silicon is a punk rock duo consisting of Mick Jones, formerly of The Clash and Big Audio Dynamite, and Tony James, formerly of Generation X and .
  7. The Last Post is the first physical (CD) full-length album released by Carbon/Silicon, preceded by the EPs The News and The Magic Suitcase. Released in , the album consists of one new track and new Bill Price mixes of older tracks from previous download only releases A.T.O.M and Western sipaladecemunchfefingtogenbave.coinfo: Rock.
  8. The Civil War played an instrumental role in the development of an American national identity. Specifically for American folk music, the war inspired songwriting on both sides of the conflict, as amateurs and professionals wrote new, timely lyrics to old English, Scottish, and Irish ballads as.

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