The Strokes – The End Has No End (CD Review)

The Strokes are releasing the driving beats of ‘The End Has No End’ from the confines of their album ‘Room On Fire’. The track has the persistent rhythms and explosive dénouement that made the Strokes the big names that they are. Their brand of rock has echoes of classic punk and new wave that makes it sound simultaneously old and new, brash and comfortable. ‘The End Has No End’ is no exception.

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The B-side is a live recording, from one of their Alexandra Palace gigs, of The Clash’s Clampdown. Playing live, and using such dynamic source material, gives this track an edge that lifts is hugely.

Label : Rough Trade

Release Date : 01 November 2004

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  • The End Has No End
  • Clampdown

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