Tommy Gun is the individual seventh punk group London The Clash, the third resulting from their second album Give 'EM Enough Rope . Joe Strummer explained why it had the idea of this song while thinking of the terrorists and in particular of the feeling of pride which they were to feel by reading the articles treating their massacres as the film stars with criticisms of their films do it.
Whereas Topper Headon imitates the noise of the shots of films of police Gangster or with fast beats on its clear Caisse and that the distortions and feedbacks of the guitars howl, the words full with sarcastic remarks of Joe Strummer condemn more than excuse violence. Thus, at the end of the song, he sings.
In the booklet of Individual Boxes , Carl Barat (leader of Dirty Pretty Things and previously member of The Libertines) known as that at the time, Tommy Gun was important for the music because it informed people of what it occurred in the world: .
The individual one reached the 19th place of the British Hit-parade.
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