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Dillinger – Fernando Sancho (1977)

Ear bleeding bass and extraordinary, relentless, vocals.

A tribute to the Spanish spaghetti western actor without whom, according to the lyrics, there would be no Clint Eastwood, no Lee Van Cleef, no Al Capone. Who’s arguing?

Dillinger was one of the great reggae DJs of the 1970s and, quite rightly, was the first person namechecked in The Clash’s epoch defining “White Man in Hammersmith Palais” …. “Dillinger and Leroy Smart

Impossible to play this too loud!

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