The Clash – Straight To Hell
MP3: Josh Rouse – Straight To Hell (cover)

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9 Responses to “Straight To Hell :: The Clash (Covered)”

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  2. What a great song and great cover. Have you ever heard the Phil Cody cover of Straight To Hell? It’s a real gem and definitely worth checking out. I love yur website and check it daily. Keep up the good work!

  3. Okay, this post gives me reason to tell you a fantastic story. I saw Josh Rouse a few weeks ago in Denver, it was great. During a silent moment between songs, this guys in the back yells, “Go straight to hell!” (we know he meant the song). These two girls next to me, probably 15, 16 gasped and looked at each other in horror. “Oh my gosh! That is, like, sooooo mean!” she says to her friend. Should I have told them what he meant? This was my dilemma. How do I tell them without sounding all High Fidelity name dropping?


  4. Does anyone like the M.I.A. sample of this song of her new album, “Kala”?

  5. i hate to say this but josh has been consistently more and more disappointing since the release of 1972. i really love everything prior, but i just cant get into the directions he has chosen to go down. oh well…

  6. greg is spot on … i loved jos rouse during the 1972 period. he was brilliant live at the Troubadour. The only thing have interesting since then was the track, ‘Quiet Town.’ I really hope for better songs to come.

  7. Fantastic cover. Love it.

  8. Yes Brian Garcia, I do. I first heard Paper Planes at the Lowlands Festival when MIA performed. Recognized the sample right away, I think I was the only one. 😉

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