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By the time ex-Clash guitar hero Mick Jones made this album, he was fronting the second lineup of Big Audio Dynamite. This yielded the band’s biggest-selling single: the funky, sample-rich “Rush.” The glorious title tune, amid popped-up hip-hop, even samples The Clash’s “Should I Stay or Should I Go.” Jones was always blessed with a sweet voice and an ear for poppy drones, chill dance and reggae vibes, and infectious choruses, all of which are displayed here. It’s BAD’s best, close to what a Clash album might’ve sounded like in 1991.

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Great album - but what is the band's name????

I have the CD from 1991 they are Big Audio Dynamite II on the disc, however when you put the CD into the computer all songs are Big Audio Dynamite II except for track 4 (The Globe) which shows just as Big Audio Dynamite. Now iTunes is showing the whole album is just Big Audio Dynamite, this I why I spend an ridiculous amout of time getting my iPod organized.....Grrrrr, stil a great collection.

Late Nights, Nintendo, Big Audio Dynamite in the Background

The Album has such a relaxing but not sleepy feel! It was always a favorite to play late nights while playing super nintendo!


....from the clash, with a nice up tempo, great dance cd of the eighties and nineties. Always good to drive to. BAD is Great!


Formed: 1984 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '10s

After Mick Jones was fired from the Clash in 1983, he formed Big Audio Dynamite (B.A.D.) one year later to continue the more experimental funk elements of the Clash's Combat Rock. The group's original incarnation included Jones, video artist and Clash associate Don Letts (effects and vocals), Greg Roberts (drums), Dan Donovan (keyboards), and Leo "E-Zee Kill" Williams (bass). Adding samplers, dance tracks, and found sounds to Jones' concise pop songwriting, B.A.D. debuted on record with the single...
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