The Clash – Combat Rock


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The final album by The Clash’s original Strummer/Jones incarnation, originally released in 1982. It includes two massive hits: ‘Should I Stay or Should I Go?’ has the biggest, stupidest, most perfect riff this side of ‘Louie Louie’, and ‘Rock the Casbah’ pulls the band’s politics, fine-honed sarcasm, and saw-toothed guitar sound into the service of a dance-floor beat. Strummer’s lyrics also deepened on this record – Allen Ginsberg turns up on ‘Ghetto Defendant’ and it’s clear on some of the other tracks (‘Car Jamming’, ‘Straight to Hell’) that he was an influence on Strummer’s songwwriting.

Disc 1
1. Know Your Rights – The Clash (3.41)
2. Car Jamming – The Clash (4.00)
3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go – The Clash (3.09)
4. Rock the Casbah – The Clash (3.43)
5. Red Angel Dragnet – The Clash (3.45)
6. Straight to Hell – The Clash (5.32)
7. Overpowered By Funk – The Clash (4.53)
8. Atom Tan – The Clash (2.30)
9. Sean Flynn – The Clash (4.32)
10. Ghetto Defendant – The Clash (4.44)
11. Inoculated City – The Clash (2.41)
12. Death Is a Star – The Clash (3.14)

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Vinyl / 12" Album

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The Clash

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