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Punk rock band The Clash launch pop-up store in London

They defined an era of anti-establishment politics as much as the British punk rock they helped begin. But now The Clash are aiming for one last reminder as they launch a pop-up store in London. Bassist Paul Simonon was at the launch of the store, called Black Market Clash. He says looking back it seems almost like he wasn't really there. SOUNDBITE: Former Clash Bass Guitarist, Paul Simonon, saying (English): ''It's a bit strange because it's almost like another life, someone else's life that said it was quite difficult to move on from our experience in The Clash because it was very much a 24 hour day in day out it was just everything you dealt and thought about was the clash in terms of what we wore on stage we wore off stage and so it was like a lifestyle really.'' One of the most iconic bands to come out of the UK, The Clash formed in 1976. They ruled the airwaves for ten years with hits like 'London Calling', 'Complete Control' and 'Rock th

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