Should I Stay or Should I Go ano?
“Should I Stay or Should I Go” is a song by English punk rock band the Clash, from their album Combat Rock, written in 1981 and featuring Mick Jones on lead vocals. It was released in 1982 as a double A-sided single alongside “Straight to Hell”, performing modestly on global music charts.
What year was the Clash Should I Stay or Should I Go?
Although the track was originally released in 1982 as part of the Clash’s Combat Rock album, “Should I Stay or Should I Go” re-entered the public consciousness after the track was used in a TV commercial for Levi’s jeans, propelling the song up the charts.
Who covered Should I Stay or Should I Go?
|Should I Stay or Should I Go?||The Clash||May 14, 1982|
|Polkas on 45 [Medley]||“Weird Al” Yankovic||February 28, 1984|
|Should I Stay or Should I Go?||The Icicle Works||September 1986|
|Should I Stay or Should I Go||The Krewmen||1987|
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Where did the song should I Stay by the clash come from?
This is a key song in the ’80s-themed Netflix series Stranger Things. It was first used in the second episode (2016), where the character Jonathan Byers introduces it to his younger brother, Will to distract him when their parents fight, telling him it will change his life.
Why did the clash write should I Stay Or should I Go?
Mick Jones in 1000 UK #1 Hits by Jon Kutner and Spencer Leigh said, “Should I Stay Or Should I Go? wasn’t about anything specific and it wasn’t pre-empting my leaving The Clash. It was just a good rocking song, our attempt at writing a classic.”
When was Should I Stay Or should I Go released?
A live recording of the song was included on the album Live at Shea Stadium, which featured a concert performed on 13 October 1982 in New York. The song’s music video from that performance was included on the DVD The Clash Live: Revolution Rock. Both discs were released on 6 October 2008.