Temporarily reuniting with his former Clash
partner Joe Strummer
(who co-produced this album and co-wrote five songs), Mick Jones
expands on the formula of the debut with Big Audio Dynamite
's second album. No. 10 Upping Street
features better songs that meld samples, found sounds, dance rhythms, and elements of hip-hop more completely and effectively than those on the first record. "C'mon Every Beatbox" and "V. Thirteen" made the U.K. singles chart. "Badrock City," added to the album after its initial release, made the U.S. R&B singles chart.