Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Joe Strummer is rolling in his grave

The National Review, that august journal of American reactionaries, has polled its readers and used the results to compile a list of "The 50 greatest conservative rock songs". I am sure that many of the artists whose songs are included are disgusted by this honor, but a few of them (e.g., Metallica, Kid Rock, Rush) might be proud. The top place goes to the Who's Won't Get Fooled Again, a lumbering dinosaur of a song for the dinosaurs who read The National Review.

I suspect that the editors included a song by The Clash just to piss-off the Left.

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