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The clash the singles
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A new version of The Clash's previous singles compilation The Singles or Singles Box, this "I Fought the Law" (from The Cost of Living and The Clash ( U.S.)); "(White Clash" (from This is Radio Clash); "Train in Vain" (from London Calling) "This Is Radio Clash"; "Know Your Rights"; "Should I Stay or Should I Go". The Singles is a compilation album by The Clash. It includes all their singles, in their single Studio albums. The Clash · Give 'Em Enough Rope · London Calling · Sandinista! Combat Rock · Cut the Crap. Live albums. From Here to Eternity. Find a The Clash - The Singles first pressing or reissue. Complete your The Clash collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs.
1, London Calling, 2, Rock The Casbah. Remix – Mick Jones. 3, Should I Stay Or Should I Go. Mixed By – Glyn Johns. 4, I Fought The Law, Their milestone, the double album London Calling (), is regarded as one of the best work pieces from the era of rock after The Beatles. Mick Jones, Paul. US version includes one bonus track, 'Train in Vain'. In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the band's signing to CBS Records, Legacy is proud to present this.
International version includes one bonus track, 'This is England'. in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the band's signing to CBS Records, Legacy is proud to. 1. London Calling. 2. Rock The Casbah. 3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go. 4. I Fought The Law. 5. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais. 6. The Magnificent Seven. The Clash wrote loads of political songs, and Joe Strummer's Try broadcasting The Singles from top to bottom without sneering, pogo-ing, release, The Clash's London Calling remains one of punk's defining documents.