Thank you for the music, Joe...you are and always will be an icon, my idol, and my hero...
You are missed.
>>By Suzy (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 22:12)
can't get my head round the fact that joe is gone.what a guy,the best.thanks joe. i realised a long time ago how lucky i was when i got into the clash.rock the heavens strummerman
>>By seány (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 23:15)
When I was 17, the Clash and Joe in particular, blew my mind. The first time I heard "Clampdown" was a sartorial experience. Everything I thought I knew about what music was supposed to be about was thrown out the window. In the depths of the Reagan/Thatcher years this guy spoke for those who did not have a spokesperson and he rocked the fuck out.
>>By Willy Brandt (Monday, 23 Dec 2002 23:34)
So farewell then Joe
And shared you love
Of fine shoes
And you never did
Top of the pops
And even though
Your Daddy wasnt really
We all knew
What you meant
>>By marco (Tuesday, 24 Dec 2002 03:18)
Meeting Joe Strummer in person was one of the greatest thrills of my life. I know that he will continue to inspire great music for generations to come. Viva Joe!!!
>>By sean flynn (Tuesday, 24 Dec 2002 06:32)
>>By Shane (Wednesday, 25 Dec 2002 04:37)
I graduated HS in 1981 and went to Ball State University for an education! and did I get one! Music was the best! Hangin with the Rugby Players, I learnded: Sex Pistols, Clash, English Beat, and of course, Bob Marley!! :^) I LOVE U JOE! Stay Free
Thanks for taking a chance on yourself and your music! your talent will be missed on Earth.
>>By candyo (Monday, 30 Dec 2002 17:49)
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