Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) has been rocking the online world for many years. Since day one, the company has been picking up steam and making people around the world take notice – sort of like a band that went from nothing to the big time in short notice.
In a recent blog post, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG), led by Larry Page, paid tribute to the Clash, one of the top punk bands of all time. From their debut album in 1977 through today, the band continues to show the world what it is made of. After all, who could forget great tunes such as “Rock the Casbah” and “White Man in Hammersmith Palais.”
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) Teams up with the Clash
Every so often, Google Play gets involved with rock stars to give them an outlet for telling their story. This time around, the Clash has been featured. The timing is perfect, thanks to the fact that the band is planning to re-release some of their great hits.
For those who have been following the Clash over the years, this is a project you don’t want to miss out on. The band has put a lot of time into this partnership, even providing Google with unseen footage of the late Joe Strummer.
The end result of this project will be known as “Audio Ammunition.” This free, five piece documentary provides fans with an inside look at the band’s writing and recording of their many studio albums.
In other words, this is unlike anything you have ever seen before – at least as far as the Clash is concerned.
If you want to get started without delay, you can check out part one of the series on Google Play. From there, you can visit the official YouTube channel to watch the other four parts.
The Clash will always be remembered as one of the top bands of all time. Their sound changed the world many years ago, and Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is doing its part in bringing the music back to life.
It is projects like this that have the following hedge fund managers excited about what the future holds for Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG): Christopher Hansen, Robert Karr, Daniel Benton, Gregory Bylinsky, and Sandy Nairn.