The Clash ‎– The Clash

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1 Clash City Rockers
Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
3:57
2 I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.
Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
2:25
3 Remote Control
Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
3:01
4 Complete Control
Producer – Lee PerryWritten-By – Strummer*, Jones*
3:14
5 White Riot
Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
2:00
6 White Man In Hammersmith Palais
Written-By – Strummer*, Jones*
4:00
7 London's Burning
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
2:10
8 I Fought The Law
Producer – Bill PriceWritten-By – S. Curtis*
2:38
9 Janie Jones
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
2:05
10 Career Opportunities
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
1:53
11 What's My Name
Written-By – J. Strummer*, Keith Levine*, M. Jones*
1:41
12 Hate And War
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
2:05
13 Police And Thieves
Written-By – J. Murvin*, L. Perry*
6:00
14 Jail Guitar Doors
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
3:05
15 Garageland
Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*
3:12

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Originally released in 1979.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 7464-36060-2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 074643606028

Other Versions (5 of 146) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CBS 82000, S CBS 82000 The Clash The Clash(LP, Album) CBS, CBS CBS 82000, S CBS 82000 UK 1977 Sell This Version
SBP 234994 The Clash The Clash(LP, Album) CBS SBP 234994 Australia 1977 Sell This Version
JE 36060, 36060 The Clash The Clash(LP, Album + 7", Promo) Epic, Epic JE 36060, 36060 Canada 1979 Sell This Version
40-32232 The Clash The Clash(Cass, Album, RE) CBS 40-32232 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
S 82000 The Clash The Clash(LP, Album) CBS S 82000 Spain 1977 Sell This Version

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pungisotu

pungisotu

December 12, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

If this was a compilation this would get a 5 (and the music is a 5), but this was CBS executives deciding how the US should hear The Clash's debut. It wasn't until 1999 that the proper debut was easily available and affordable in the states because of this domineering release!

Not to mention most of the substituted tracks on here don't belong because of production and song writing. Jail Guitar Doors and I Fought The Law esp. stick out like sore thumbs. Still, this is a good sampling of their early work and it was my introduction to them (after London Calling and Rock The Casbah) and it left me wanting more. So, clearly it did its job.