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De Niro, Cannibals and Punk Rock: Mick Jones Narrates the True Adventures of the Clash

The guitarist breaks down photos from the new book "The Clash"

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Rock Against Racism

Mick Jones and bassist Paul Simonon protesting with Sex Pistol Glen Matlock outside the headquarters of the British National Front, an ultra-right-wing political party with Nazi beliefs. "There was a massive anti-fascist movement at the time," says Jones.

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