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August 1, 2005 Music critic Milo Miles tells us about Joe Strummer's pre-Clash band, The 101'ers. Strummer went on to fame as the lead singer of the seminal punk band The Clash. Elgin Avenue Breakdown Revisited is the reissued 101'ers album in stores now.
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July 21, 2005 Fans of the band The Clash have long rooted around in record bins for the one album of a similar but obscure British bar band from the 1970s called The 101ers. John Brady reviews Elgin Avenue Breakdown, which has been re-released by Astralwerks.
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