In The Name Of Joe

by The Fiftyniners



To mark the 10th anniversary of Joe Strummer’s passing, The Fiftyniners pay homage to his memory recording live in the studio two of the most emblematic songs of his career. Sonny Curtis’ “I Fought The Law” was one of the Strummer’s favourite tracks, while “London Calling” is one of the most renowned and representative Clash songs. More than ever we need Joe Strummer, the father of punk who, beyond revolutionising music history, taught us to look at the world from a different point of view: true, free and rock’n’roll.


released December 22, 2012

Nick: Guitars, Vocals
Gino: Drums
Tonino: DoubleBass, Vocals

song #1 written by Sonny Curtis – original version by The Crickets
song #2 written by Joe Strummer, Mick Jones – original version by The Clash

recorded live @ Twelve Studio, Tocco Da Casauria (Pescara, IT) 29/11/2012
recorded, engineered, mixed, edited and mastered by Andrea Di Giambattista & The Fiftyniners @ Twelve Studio
produced by The Fiftyniners
executive production by The Fiftyniners
Twelve Studio is owned by Twelve Records, Tocco Da Casauria (Pescara, IT)



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From the deepest depths of rough Abruzzo’s batcaves they invaded Europe riding a rocket flown by Elvis’ zombie, armed with their lightning and burning rock’n'psycho roll. It’s The Fiftyniners, skilled and vicious as a bullet hitting your head while spanking Bettie Page. ... more

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