He’s rocking a different Casbah now (man that is a cheesy thing to write about a legend!)

Bono & Moby Offer Tributes To The Clash’s Strummer
U2 singer Bono and techno-rocker Moby are among those who offered comments about the Clash’s Joe Strummer. The punk legend was found at his U.K. home by his wife on Sunday (December 22), after suffering an apparent heart attack.
“The Clash was the greatest rock band. They wrote the rule book for U2. It is such a shock,” said Bono said in a statement.
“The last time that I saw Joe was in Los Angeles,” wrote Moby on his website journal. “We were dancing together in a nightclub, and I kept rambling on about how important his music was to me. He had such a big heart and was without question one of the most important musicians of the last 50 years. Can you even imagine a world in which the Clash hadn’t existed? The Clash were one of those bands who were so amazing and so wonderful that people are often tempted to take them for granted. But it’s worth remembering that Joe and the Clash made music that was emotional, and political and challenging and experimental and exciting and wonderful.”
Moby continued, “If I were to write his epitaph it would read: ‘Here lies Joe Strummer. He was a compassionate and wonderful man. He wrote some of the most important music of the 20th century, and his presence here made the world a better place.’ Thank you, Joe, you will be sorely missed by all who knew you.”