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The Clash - The Clash Story mp3 track

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Performer: The Clash
Title: The Clash Story
Style: New Wave
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: AAC AA ASF AU VQF DMF WAV

Tracklist

DVD1 The Clash - Music In Review
DVD2 The Terry Chimes Interview

Notes

DVD1 Features Highlights From:
London's Calling, White Riot, I Fought The Law,Should I Stay Or Should I Go, Police And Thieves And Many More
DVD2 The Terry Chimes Interview
This Dvd Features An In-Depth Interview With Terry Chimes, The Original Drummer With The Clash

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 23880 03571 5

The Clash is the debut studio album by English punk rock band the Clash. It was released on 8 April 1977 through CBS Records. Written and recorded over three weeks in February of 1977 for a paltry £4,000, it would go one to reach on the UK charts, and has been included on many retrospective rankings as one of the greatest punk albums of all time

In some ways, the double-disc, 28-track compilation The Story of the Clash, Vol. 1 does its job quite well - if the job is indeed presenting a relatively thorough overview for casual fans.

Appears identical to The Story Of The Clash Volume 1 in disc artwork, packaging, matrices etc, however that version includes a CDM code in a circle under the LC code on the rear artwork, this does not. Double Jewel Case. Printed in Holland (On backcover). The Clash - The Magnificent Seven 5:35. The Clash-Tommy Gun 3:18. The Clash - White Riot 2:00. The Clash-Safe European Home 3:51.

2. Jail Guitar Doors. EP, 1978, CBS Records. Album, 1979, Sony Music. 1. Clash City Rockers. 2. I'm So Bored with the . 6. (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais.

Listen to The Clash lyrics sorted by album. New music videos and mp3 for artist The Clash. Clash On Broadway (Disc 3) (1991). The Story Of The Clash (Disc 1) (1988). The Story Of The Clash (Disc 2) (1988). Vol. 1-Story Of The Clash (1988). Black Market Clash (1980).

The Clash was undoubtedly the most far-reaching band to emerge from the tattered punk scene, which is now strewn with as many victims as survivors. But there were no Sid Viciouses in the Clash; although the band itself may have fallen prey to the same kinetic and implosive energy that brought it to life, both Joe Strummer (writing film scores) and Mick Jones (leading . have continued vigorous careers. This double-album collection (with its promising sphinxlike subtitle and hysterical Brit-gonzo liner notes, by one Albert Transom, a supposed Clash valet) is stronger than any single Clash album. The cumulative effect of listening to this fearless and spirited evidence of the Clash’s vitality only makes the band’s dissolution more regretful.

Story of the Clash, Vol. Advertisement. Other albums by The Clash. In some ways, the double-disc, 28-track compilation The Story of the Clash, Vol.