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Summing up what it’s like to be in a rock ‘n’ roll band in one shot is tricky, but this image does a remarkably good job.
Paul Simonon, lost in the moment at a 1979 gig at the Palladium in New York, is smashing his Fender Precision Bass on the stage - and he doesn’t care. It’s rebellious, angsty and most importantly utterly free of pretension. What more do you need?
Bonus trivia: The guitar being smashed by Paul Simonon was exhibited on display at the Cleveland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as of May 2000.