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I Fought the Law (and I Won)‎

La canzone originale di Sonny Curtis. incisa nel 1959 dai Crickets

E' stata interpretata da numerosissimi gruppi (ma la versione passata alla storia è quella dei Clash) : Widespread Panic, Richard Clapton, Ducks Deluxe, She Trinity, Beatsteaks, Viper, Bryan Adams, John Cougar Mellencamp, Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Social Distortion, Stiff Little Fingers, Waylon Jennings, Gary Allan, Green Day, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Ska-P, the Jolly Boys, Grateful Dead, Stray Cats, Mary's Danish, Claude François, Mano Negra, the Big Dirty Band, Lolita No. 18, the Brian Jonestown Massacre, Attaque 77, El Noi del Sucre, Die Toten Hosen, Status Quo, Nanci Griffith, La Vida Bohème, Anti-Flag, Chumbawamba, Tsuyoshi Kawakami and His Moodmakers, the Airborne Toxic Event, The Bad Shepherds, Johnny Marr, Colin Farrell, Kris Kristofferson, The Bangles.
Per quanto riguarda le band italiane i Gang la eseguono in tutti i concerti, anche con la Banda Bassotti, Niutàun, Guacamaya, Malavida, Hombre all'ombra, l'hanno rifatta anche i Finley.
I FOUGHT THE LAW
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Contributed by dq82 2016/1/6 - 18:52
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In The Army Now

[1981]
Famosa nella versione degli Status Quo

This song from 1981 is a anti-Vietnam song. Original made by Bolland (two Dutch brothers who also produced "Rock me Amadeus" by Falco. It was later covered by Status Quo (and they made it a hit). "A vacation in a foreign land, Uncle Sam does the best he can". "Now you remember what the draftman said, nothing to do all day but stay in bed". "You'll be the hero of the neighbourhood, nobody knows that you left for good". "You've got your orders to shoot on sight, your finger's on the trigger, but it don't seem right". This song was from the album "The Domino Theory", a conceptalbum about the Vietnam war.

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A vacation in a foreign land
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Contributed by Riccardo Venturi 2005/5/17 - 00:19




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