Ex-Clash guitarist Mick Jones writes the album’s own epitaph with ”Looking for a Song.” Clearly, he never found one. A peril of the digital age is music that progresses by number rather than idea. This third incarnation of Big Audio Dynamite continues Jones’ bid for currency by experimenting with the sounds of London’s dance clubs. The result is neither good rave nor good rock. C-
Higher Power Ex-Clash guitarist Mick Jones writes the album's own epitaph with ''Looking for a Song.'' Clearly, he never found one. A peril of the digital age is...Higher Power Ex-Clash guitarist Mick Jones writes the album's own epitaph with ''Looking for a Song.'' Clearly, he never found one. A peril of the digital age is...1994-11-18
Posted November 18 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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