Joe Strummer performs with his solo project, The Latino Rockabilly War, in 1989. The Clash frontman died of heart failure in December 2002. Mark Baker/Sony Music Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Joe Strummer's Life After Death

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A 'Redemption Song' for The Clash's Frontman

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Joe Strummer Before The Clash: The 101'ers

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Music Review: 'Streetcore' from Joe Strummer

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