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Punk / New Wave - Released September 6, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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Punk / New Wave - Released September 6, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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Punk / New Wave - Released September 6, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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Punk / New Wave - Released October 9, 2007 | Epic

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Punk / New Wave - Released September 6, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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Punk / New Wave - Released August 23, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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A tie-in to the exhaustive 2013 box set Sound System, the 2013 compilation The Clash Hits Back is a novel approach to a career retrospective: it mirrors the 24-song set list for the band's July 19, 1982 concert at Brixton Fairdeal, then adds eight bonus hits at the end. The Clash Hits Back slightly tweaks the running order of the original set -- "Bankrobber" arrived five songs into the concert but appears eighth here -- but that doesn't matter much, as this swap doesn't alter the impact of the original set. The Clash were plugging Combat Rock so songs from that LP -- the singles "Rock the Casbah," "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" and "Straight to Hell," plus "Ghetto Defendant" and "Know Your Rights," adding up to just under half the album -- sit alongside a heavy chunk of London Calling and early hits, plus a few stabs at Sandinista!. What's added at the end is a mix of their high-octane early material ("White Riot," "Complete Control," "Clash City Rockers," Tommy Gun," "English Civil War") and their more adventurous studio recordings ("The Call Up," "Hitsville UK," "This Is Radio Clash"), adding up to a strong overview of all the band could do. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Punk / New Wave - Released September 6, 2013 | Sony Music UK

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Pop - Released August 30, 1994 | Epic

Although 1982's COMBAT ROCK signaled the last time the original lineup of the Clash would record together in the '80s, 1985's CUT THE CRAP was officially the band's last gasp of that decade. After COMBAT ROCK, crafty songwriter and experimentalist Mick Jones was forced out of the Clash--going on to form the outstanding hip-hop/rock hybrid Big Audio Dynamite--and drummer Topper Headon was similarly exiled. Remaining Clashers Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon recruited Nick Sheppard, Pete Howard and Vince White in an attempt to keep the band alive and kicking. The resulting CUT THE CRAP seems more attached to Strummer's eventual solo efforts than a real Clash album; despite Strummer's determined effort, in many ways the band seems to be a lonely shadow of its more volatile self. While the glorious, grating Stummer vocals enliven tracks like the reggae-tinged "This Is England" and the anthemic "Movers & Shakers," the absence of the more melodically inclined Jones is clearly noted. Although CUT THE CRAP features the Clash's usual, heady mix of politics and punk, it falls somewhat short of the band's outstanding classics THE CLASH and LONDON CALLING. © TiVo
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Punk / New Wave - Released October 3, 2008 | Sony BMG Music UK

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Punk / New Wave - Released January 28, 2010 | Sonic Book

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  • London Calling: 40 years later
    London Calling: 40 years later On the 14th of December 1979, Joe Strummer’s band released their 3rd album, a double feature now considered to be one of the best rock albums ever made…