Carbon/Silicon, the ongoing project from Mick Jones of The Clash, Big Audio Dynamite and Tony James of Generation X have posted their second album for free download. The band, first announced in 2004, had become known for their open policy towards file sharing, making all recordings available freely online and encouraging bootlegging at live performances. The band has four songs available on their myspace page and countless more on their official website.
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