The Clash ‎– Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg

Nicaragua ‎– 495349 AB, Redline (3) ‎– RL 10365
2 × CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release

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Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg
1-1 The Beautiful People Are Ugly, Too (The Fulham Connection) 3:45
1-2 Kill Time (Idle In Kangaroo Court W1) 4:58
1-3 Should I Stay Or Should I Go? 3:05
1-4 Rock The Casbah 3:47
1-5 Know Your Rights 5:05
1-6 Red Angel Dragnet 5:12
1-7 Ghetto Defendant 6:18
1-8 Sean Flynn 7:30
1-9 Car Jamming 3:54
1-10 Inoculated City 4:33
1-11 Death Is A Star 2:39
1-12 Walk Evil Talk 7:37
1-13 Atom Tan 2:45
1-14 Overpowered By Funk (Demo) 2:00
1-15 Inoculated City (Uncensored) 2:31
1-16 First Night Back In London 2:57
1-17 Cool Confusion 3:10
1-18 Straight To Hell (Extended Mix) 6:56
Remixes Outakes Instrumentals
2-1 Should I Stay Or Should I Go? (Shea St.) 3:39
2-2 Rock The Casbah (Instrumental) 3:22
2-3 Know Your Rights (Instrumental) 1:18
2-4 Red Angel Dragnet (Instrumental) 1:46
2-5 Overpowered By Funk (Instrumental) 3:12
2-6 Ghetto Defendant 1 (Instrumental) 2:10
2-7 Ghetto Defendant 2 (Instrumental) 1:37
2-8 Atom Tan (Instrumental) 3:02
2-9 First Night Back In London (Instrumental) 1:22
2-10 Cool Confusion 1 (Instrumental) 0:52
2-11 Cool Confusion 2 (Instrumental) 3:17
2-12 Straight To Hell (7 Inch) 3:44
2-13 Overpowered By Funk (No Flushes) 4:52
2-14 Hell W10 1:13
2-15 Cool Confusion (Remix) 2:48
2-16 Know Your Rights (Alt Vers.) 5:15
2-17 Cool Confusion (Full) 3:15
2-18 Red Angel Dragnet (Edited) 3:25
2-19 Ghetto Defendant (Edited) 4:15
2-20 Rock The Casbah
Vocals – Ranking Roger



2CD bootleg that has been circulating amongst Clash fans for a long time: CD1 is the infamous Mick Jones version of the eventual album "Combat Rock", commonly referred to as "Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg." CD2 features a number of related outtakes, instrumentals, and live tracks from the Combat Rock/RPFFB era.

On the first two tracks of CD1 the names in parentheses are alternate titles.
Almost all of these tracks feature different arrangements, alternate lyrics, extra verses, or a combination of the three,when compared with the versions eventually released-- in addition to the tracks that were never released in the first place.

-Some controversy exists as to whether the track known as "Walk Evil Talk" has anything at all to do with the Clash, but it is impossible to tell-- the song features no lyrics, nor does anyone have any idea who is playing on it.
-Track 1-14 is an instrumental outtake.
-Track 1-15 is the same as the version eventually released on the Combat Rock LP.
-Tracks 1-16 and 1-17 are the same as they were released.
-Track 1-18, 2-18, and 2-19 are the same as the ones on Disc 3 of the "Clash On Broadway" boxset.
-Track 2-1 recorded live at Shea Stadium, New York, in October 1982.
-Track 2-12 is the same as was released.
-Track 2-13 is mislabeled: The track is actually the same as the one eventually put on Combat Rock. The 'no flushes' refers to the infamous toilet bowl commercial that is featured in "Inoculated City." It has nothing to do with "Overpowered by Funk."
-Tracks 2-16 and 2-17 are nearly identical to their corresponding tracks on CD1.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 67085 89230
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 495349A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 495349B
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 0163
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD/ADD

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RB2631 The Clash Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg(2xLP, Unofficial, Pur) Red And Black RB2631 US Unknown Sell This Version
RB2631 The Clash Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg(2xLP, Unofficial, Ora) Red And Black RB2631 US Unknown Sell This Version
RB2631 The Clash Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg(2xLP, Unofficial, Blu) Red And Black RB2631 US 2013 Sell This Version



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November 15, 2017
this lp is in stock now - this version -
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