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The ClashCombat Rock

Label:Sony Music – 88985391771, Legacy – 88985391771
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, 180 gram
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Punk

Tracklist

A1Know Your Rights3:34
A2Car Jamming3:54
A3Should I Stay Or Should I Go3:03
A4Rock The Casbah3:31
A5Red Angel Dragnet3:41
A6Straight To Hell5:22
B1Overpowered By Funk
KeyboardsPoly Mandell
4:48
B2Atom Tan2:23
B3Sean Flynn
SaxophoneGary Barnacle
4:21
B4Ghetto Defendant4:26
B5Inoculated City2:38
B6Death Is A Star
PianoTymon Dogg
3:04
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Notes

Comes with picture inner sleeve made of thick paper, a cardboard photograph insert and download card.

Re-mastered by Tim Young and The Clash at Metropolis
Originally recorded 1982. ℗ 2013 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited © 2013, 2017 Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
Distributed by Sony Music Entertainement. / All trademarks and logos are protected. /Made in the EU. / Sony Music Entertainment International Serviced GmbH
PO Box 510, 33311Gütersloh, Germany. / LC 12723 / 88985391771

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 89853 91771 6
  • Barcode (EAN-Code, Scanned): 0889853917716
  • Label Code: LC 12723
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side A): 96467 2A 88725446971
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout, side B): 96467 2B 88725446971

Other Versions (5 of 232)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Combat Rock (LP, Album, Reissue)EpicPE 37689US1982
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Combat Rock (Cassette, Album, Beige, Dolby System)Epic, EpicPET 37689, PET37689US1982
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Combat Rock (LP, Album)EpicELPS 4287Australia1982
Combat Rock (LP, Album, Stereo)CBS, CBS, CBSCBS 85570, 85570, FMLN 2Europe1982
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Combat Rock (LP, Album)CBSFMLN 2Ireland1982

Recommendations

Reviews

  • NattyBeGood's avatar
    NattyBeGood
    Lovin’ it. This sounds better than it did in the 80s. I must say that I was listening to a cassette tape of this album on a tinny tape recorder back in 82-83 LOL. When I first heard it I instantly had to hear more of The Clash. Joe Strummer is the MAN! Such a great artist. I see other reviews here about this album pay respects to Tim Young for remastering it. Are there other albums he’s remastered that are worth checking out?

    Favourite tracks:
    Straight To Hell
    Overpowered By Funk
    Should I Stay Or Go
    Rock The Casbah
    • hannsmeiser's avatar
      hannsmeiser
      Never liked the album too much, Just now I know why: the mediocre CD mastering pushes the 80's elements to a max, in a rather unpleasant way.
      Tim Young's Clash remasters are all diamonds, I don't think anyone could do them more justice. Phenomenal!!!

      And yes, Combat Rock is another fine album, sadly the last as the band that soon became history...
      • nanagno's avatar
        nanagno
        Spot on remastering, of equal or better next to the original UK pressing. Flat vinyl, no surface noise, centered and very balanced sound across the spectrum. Wide soundstage, punchy bottom, and uncompressed high end. Well done Sony !

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