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The Clash

Straight to Hell (7:23)

punk · punk rock · rock · 80s · british

"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 Northern England and the alienation and…

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If you can play on the fiddle
How's about a British jig and reel?
Speaking King's English in quotation
As railhead towns feel the steel mills rust

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