The Clash - Rude Boy DVD £2.99 + Free Delivery / Quidco @ HMV - HotUKDeals
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RUDE BOY is part drama, part documentary, and part concert film. The camera focuses on Ray Gange, a punk music fan who leaves his dead-end job by landing work as a roadie for his favourite band, The Clash. Intertwined with numerous concert performances of classic songs (London's Burning, I Fought the Law, and more) and backstage footage from the band's 1978 tour, RUDE BOY paints a telling portrait of Britain's turbulent times through the youth of the day.

Filmed as a fictional documentary, Rude Boy follows punk Ray as he quits his job in a West End Sex shop to become a roadie for the most exciting live band in the country - The Clash

19 Songs, 28 Performances, 72 mins of Live Clash Footage.
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Great movie. My old boss is in a scene shot outside the court when they got charged for shooting pigeons with air pistols.
I saw Mick play last night in front of about 50 people - what a dude!
Can you stop posting all theses memories please as im having a mid life crisis and want to get back out there.
I saw Mick play last night in front of about 50 people - what a dude!

Where about? was it with cabon silicon?
Where about? was it with cabon silicon?

It was at the Cobden Club - with The Rotten Hill Gang. Mick often (but not always) plays with them and is producing their album.

I saw him a couple of weeks ago with yet another band he plays in - Dirty Stop Out... and get this - Chris Spedding was playing guitar as well - a total grumpy ****er but amazing guitarist!
He danced like your avatar too!

Good grief, I am so out of touch these days.

Good grief, I am so out of touch these days.

Don't worry grandpa :p , they're not really advertised - friends, family and passers by type of shows - but Carbon Silicon have a web page and bulletin board - people sometimes mention gigs on there.

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