‘No. 10, Upping St.’ (joke on Downing St.) is the second studio album by English band Big Audio Dynamite. The reunited Clash members Mick Jones and Joe Strummer created an awesome mix of music and politics. The album reunited Jones with Strummer, who was a co-producer of the album and co-writer of 5 of its 9 songs. Mick Jones loves to experiment with the music and no B.A.D. album is more creative and funky than this one. “C’mon Every Beatbox” kickstarts this thing into action and “Limbo the Law” and “Sambadrome” take the sound into a Brazilian alternative direction. This record has been a favorite and still sounds fresh, enthusiastic, and relevant today.