Clash Hit Voted Worst Of The Best

THE CLASH hit SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO has topped a new poll of bad songs by good bands.
The track was selected the worst of the best by editors at Spinner.com.
A spokesperson for the site explains, "The politically charged Clash gave us songs about race riots, leftist revolutionaries and resisting the draft. Joe Strummer must be turning in his grave every time this lame little ditty resurfaces."
The Clash beat Queen's Radio Ga-Ga and The Beach Boys' Kokomo to number one.
The full top ten is as follows:
1: THE CLASH - SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO
2: QUEEN - RADIO GA-GA
3: THE BEACH BOYS - KOKOMO
4: MADONNA - AMERICAN LIFE
5: BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - DANCING IN THE DARK
6: U2 - DISCOTHEQUE
7: BEASTIE BOYS - BRASS MONKEY
8: KISS - BETH
9: THE REPLACEMENTS - I'LL BE YOU
10: OUTKAST - ROSES.


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