Joe Strummer


Thank you for the music, 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 se├íny   (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

We liked

Your trousers

And shared you love

Of fine shoes

And you never did

Top of the pops

And even though

Your Daddy wasnt really

A Bankrobber

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)

Bye Joe.......

>>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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