Havana 3 A.M. was the short-lived post-Clash band of bassist Paul Simonon formed shortly after the official Clash break up in 1986. The band consisted of Simonon on bass, American musician Gary Myrick on guitar, Nigel Dixon from the British band Whirlwind on lead vocals, and Travis Williams, a drummer who they found by a newspaper announcement. In essence, it was a rockabilly band with a heavy Latino and reggae influence. The band recorded a self-titled album in Japan in 1991. The album, which has twelve original tracks, received solid reviews and had in "Reach the Rock" a minor radio hit.