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"Straight to Hell" is a song by The Clash, from their album Combat Rock. It was released as a double 'A' side single with "Should I Stay or Should I Go" on September 17, 1982 in 12" and 7" vinyl format (the 7" vinyl is a picture disc).

Like those of many songs by the Clash, the lyrics of "Straight to Hell" decry injustice. The first verse refers to the shutting down of steel mills in… read more


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  • Avatar for jawaabtii
    if you get mad at mia for her producer sampling this song that means you must hate literally every artist that has ever sampled any other artist ever. you know who that includes? the clash.
  • Avatar for joryuu
    i like MIA am i the minority [2] Punks hate brown people.
  • Avatar for BenevolentWind
  • Avatar for bleedscoldwater
    Fuck MIA [6]
  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    Brilliant song ❤️👌😎
  • Avatar for Glass-Einsam
    Fuck MIA [5]
  • Avatar for BLOODPAIN
    all i wanna do
  • Avatar for lydiadistracted
    Re: Paper plannes. "The song's backing track is a sample of the 1982 song "Straight to Hell" by The Clash, and the members of The Clash are credited as co-writers of the song."
  • Avatar for gongasf
    Go straight to hell, boys!
  • Avatar for ainodinho
    So damn good.

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