The Clash - The Essential Clash (2003) WMA320

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The Clash - The Essential Clash (2003) WMA320

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Name:The Clash - The Essential Clash (2003) WMA320

Infohash: 31B11E82F31448A408E78EBC84CC29B1BD450678

Total Size: 355.98 MB

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Last Updated: 2011-02-07 23:56:51 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2011-02-07 12:35:47

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This is really a great collection og one of the most influential punk pumg bands to come out of the late 1970s. Covering all their 6 albums released during 1977 till 1985, along with a string of non-album tracks and rarities.

Their selftitled from 1977 is very well represented with no less than than 9 tracks; even more if you add those from the American version of the album. Most of these songs are simple straight-forward punk-rockers, not very different from the style of the first Sex Pistols album, though thinner in production. One track though, Police and Thieves differs quite markedly, and this song shows that the band were capeable of more than just playing simple rock - the reggae influence would be apparent on all their following albums.

Among the early non-album tracks Groovy Times, I Fought the Law and Bankrobber stand out.

My vinyl version of their second album Give em Enough Rope has a pretty dull sound; fortunately this is not the case with the songs off the album included on this collection. My trhree favourites from the album Safe European Home, Stay Free and Julies Been Working for the Drug Squad have all been included here, so that really great.

Their 1979 masterpiece double album London Calling, obviously has not been included in its whole, and several classics from the album has been left out. The songs included are all great, but I would have liked to have Spanish Bombs and Lovers Rock, too.

Even harder to cover is the extended 3 records album Sandinista from 1980. The album is pretty uneven and some tracks actually do sound like rehearsals or demos. The songs included from the album are all okay; especially Somebody Got Murdered. I miss One More Time and Washington Bullets.

Combat Rock from 1982 was the last to feature guitarist and songwriter Mick Jones. It has a simpler, more rocking approach than their previous two, and perhaps fewer memorable tracks. Rock the Cashbah and Should I Stay or Should I Go are classics, of course.

Their final album, Cut the Crap from 1985 is their least successful, and it is only represented by one song This is England. A very logical choice, since its really the outsstanding song on the album.

A fine compilation; really made me consider purchasing Sandinista and London Calling on CD as well.

by Morten Vindberg

Disc 1:
01 - White Riot.wma
02 - Londons Burning.wma
03 - Complete Control.wma
04 - Clash City Rockers (Original Version).wma
05 - Im So Bored With The Usa.wma
06 - Carreer Opportunities.wma
07 - Hate War.wma
08 - Cheat.wma
09 - Police Thieves.wma
10 - Janie Jones.wma
11 - Garageland.wma
12 - Capital Radio One.wma
13 - (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais.wma
14 - English Civil War.wma
15 - Tommy Gun.wma
16 - Safe European Home.wma
17 - Julies Been Working For The Drug Squad.wma
18 - Stay Free.wma
19 - Groovy Times.wma
20 - I Fought The Law.wma

Disc 2:
01 - London Calling.wma
02 - The Guns Of Brixton.wma
03 - Clampdown.wma
04 - Rudie Cant Fail.wma
05 - Lost In The Supermarket.wma
06 - Jimmy Jazz.wma
07 - Train In Vain.wma
08 - Bankrobber.wma
09 - The Magnificent Seven.wma
10 - Ivan Meets G.i. Joe.wma
11 - Police On My Back.wma
12 - Stop The World.wma
13 - Somebody Got Murdered.wma
14 - The Street Parade.wma
15 - This Is Radio Clash.wma
16 - Ghetto Defendant.wma
17 - Rock The Casbah.wma
18 - Straight To Hell.wma
19 - Should I Stay Or Should I Go.wma
20 - This Is England.wma

WMA 320Kbps 44100Hz STEREO

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