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Paul Simonon

Ian Rubbish Joins The Clash... Kind Of...

Ian Rubbish ain't no Joe Strummer — here's more of a Nigel Tufnel — but he holds his own jamming with and interviewing Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simonon to promote the new "everything and the kitchen sink" box set, Sound System.

It's a fun watch, even if you're clueless to the fact that Rubbish is comedian Fred Armisen's English punk character that might stop being "fake" prettty soon..