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Havana 3am was the short-lived post-Clash band of bassist Paul Simonon. The band was formed shortly after the official Clash break up in 1986. In essence, it was a rockabilly band with a heavy Latino and reggae influence. The band recorded one self-titled album in Japan in 1991. The album, which has twelve original tracks, was badly reviewed and sold few copies. The band broke up shortly after releasing the album as Simonon moved on to a career of art.
The band took their name from the title of a 1950s album by Dámaso Pérez Prado.
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