The Clash = ザ・クラッシュ* ‎– Singles = シングルズ'77∼'79

Epic/Sony ‎– 44・5P-103~110
8 × Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Box Set, Compilation

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R1-A White Riot 1:54
R1-B 1977 1:40
R2-A Remote Control
Producer – Micky Foote*Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
R2-B London's Burning (Live)
Producer – Micky Foote*Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
R3-A Complete Control
Producer – Lee Perry, Micky Foote*Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
R3-B The City Of The Dead 2:22
R4-A Clash City Rockers
Producer – Micky Foote*Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
R4-B Jail Guitar Doors
Producer – Micky Foote*Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
R5-A (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 3:59
R5-B The Prisoner 3:02
R6-A Tommy Gun
Producer – Sandy PearlmanWritten-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
R6-B 1-2 Crush On You
Saxophone [Uncredited] – Gary BarnacleWritten-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
R7-A English Civil War 2:36
R7-B Pressure Drop 3:25
R8-A London Calling
Producer – Guy StevensWritten-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
R8-B Armagideon Time 3:49

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[Record 2:]
© 1977 CBS Records / ℗1977 CBS Records
Manufactured by Epic/Sony Inc. (Tokyo Japan)
Original sound recording made by CBS Records
Side A: Stereo. Taken from the LP The Clash
Side B: Recorded live at Dunstable. Mono

[Record 3:]
Side A: ℗ 1977 CBS Records

[Record 4:]
Nineden Ltd./Riva Music Ltd.
℗ 1978 CBS Records

[Record 6:]
© 1978 CBS Records / ℗ 1978 CBS Records
Manufactured by Epic/Sony Inc. (Tokyo Japan)
Side A taken from the LP Give 'Em Enough Rope
Side B from the "Marquee" tapes, recorded at Marquee Studio, June, 1978.
Paper sheet enclosed, with Japanese liner notes and lyrics (with Japanese translation).
Gary Barnacle credit according to the book "Passion Is A Fashion" by Pat Gilbert, p. 183.

[Record 8:]
Side A: ℗ 1979 CBS Records

Japanese-only box set reissuing the band's first eight UK singles:
White Riot
Remote Control
Complete Control
Clash City Rockers
(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais
Tommy Gun
English Civil War (Johnny Comes Marching Home)
London Calling And Armagideon Time

All in reproductions of their original picture sleeves. Includes an OBI, insert picturing the 8 records, and two lyric booklets in both English and Japanese. Each single has its own catalog number in sequential order, and the whole set is identified as 44•5P-103~110.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Other (Catalog# record 1): 44・5P-103
  • Other (Catalog# record 2): 44・5P-104
  • Other (Catalog# record 3): 44・5P-105
  • Other (Catalog# record 4): 44・5P-106
  • Other (Catalog# record 5): 44・5P-107
  • Other (Catalog# record 6): 44・5P-108
  • Other (Catalog# record 7): 44・5P-109
  • Other (Catalog# record 8): 44・5P-110
  • Matrix / Runout (R1-A runout etching): 44-5P-103A1
  • Matrix / Runout (R1-B runout etching): 44-5P-103B1
  • Matrix / Runout (R2-A runout etching): 44-5P-104A2
  • Matrix / Runout (R2-B runout etching): 44-5P-104B2
  • Matrix / Runout (R4-A runout etching): 44-5P-106A1
  • Matrix / Runout (R4-B runout etching): 55-5P-106B1
  • Matrix / Runout (R6-A runout etching): 44-5P-108A1
  • Matrix / Runout (R6-B runout etching): 44-5P-108B1
  • Matrix / Runout (R7-A runout etching): 44-5P-109A1
  • Matrix / Runout (R7-B runout etching): 44-5P-109B1



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September 30, 2016
My "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" single doesn't have the circle cut out in the front of the sleeve. Do more people have this variation?