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The Clash - 4-LP Special Limited Edition Bundle on Coloured Vinyl


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Presented here are four stunning albums on coloured vinyl by this legendary band. The covers feature illustrations by Ray Lowry, the official Clash 'War Artist', who toured with The Clash and sketched them on stage and in rehearsal.

Includes:

 Bored With The US Festival: Limited Edition on Red Vinyl

Bored With The US Festival is the legendary broadcast from The US Festival, San Bernadino, broadcast live to air on 28th May 1983 which celebrates the Combat Rock album and features Pete Howard on drums.

The US broadcast was to prove the swansong for Mick Jones. This was Jones' last concert broadcast with the group. Continuing internal friction led to increased tensions and in September 1983 Mick Jones was fired.

Side 1

  1. Somebody Got Murdered
  2. Rock The Casbah
  3. Guns Of Brixton
  4. Know Your Rights
  5. Koka Kola
  6. Hate & War
  7. The Sound Of Sinners

Side 2

  1. Police On My Back
  2. Brand New Cadillac
  3. I Fought The Law
  4. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.
  5. The Magnificent Seven
  6. Straight To Hell
  7. Should I Stay Or Should I Go

 White Riots In New York: Limited Edition on White Vinyl

The classic line up of the Clash lasted for five years from 1977 to 1982 and featured lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe Strummer, lead guitarist and vocalist Mick Jones, bassist Paul Simonon and drummer Nicky 'Topper' Headon. Give 'Em Enough Rope, the second studio album, was released on 10 November 1978. The album was a huge success and by 1979 the Clash had begun to make serious inroads into the US market.

White Riots in New York is the legendary Clash broadcast from The Palladium NYC on 21st September 1979. This powerful recording captures The Clash at the peak of their form performing material from Give 'Em Enough RopeThe Clash and what was their soon to be released third album, London Calling.

Side 1         

  1. Safe European Home
  2. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.
  3. London Calling
  4. Jail Guitar Doors
  5. Clash City Rockers
  6. Police And Thieves

Side 2

  1. Capital Radio
  2. Tommy Gun
  3. Wrong 'Em Boyo
  4. Janie Jones
  5. Garageland
  6. Career Opportunites
  7. What's My Name
  8. White Riot

 Guns From Brixton: Limited Edition on Skull Coloured Vinyl

Guns From Brixton is the legendary cable broadcast from Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ on 8th March 1980 and features the Clash hard at work promoting the album London Calling.

This recording features the classic line-up of The Clash which performed together for five years from 1977 to 1982. During those halcyon years the band featured lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe Strummer, lead guitarist and vocalist Mick Jones, bassist Paul Simonon and drummer Nicky 'Topper' Headon.

London Calling was the album that really broke the Clash in the USA. From this point onward the band were huge crowd pullers across the states.

Side 1

  1. Clash City Rockers
  2. Jimmy Jazz
  3. London Calling
  4. Guns Of Brixton
  5. Train In Vain
  6. Koka Kola/I Fought The Law
  7. Spanish Bombs

Side 2

  1. Police and Thieves
  2. Stay Free
  3. Julie's Been Working For The Drug Squad
  4. Complete Control
  5. English Civil War
  6. Bank Robber

The Only Band That Matters: Limited Edition on Inca Gold Vinyl

The Clash were famed for their energy and angst. However, their music also embraced reggae, dub, funk, ska and rockabilly. Their heavily politicised lyrics, their relentless appetite for new musical genres and their rebellious edgy attitude had a far-reaching influence on popular music which earned The Clash widely acclaimed accolade "The Only Band That Matters".

This powerful anthology features the highlights from four legendary broadcasts recorded during the halcyon years of the Clash which spanned 1977 to 1983 and culminated in the legendary US Festival appearance.

Side 1

  1. London Calling - The Palladium New York, 21st September 1979
  2. White Man - Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, 28th January 1982
  3. Tommy Gun - Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo, 28th January 1982
  4. White Riot - The Palladium New York, 21st September 1979
  5. English Civil War - The Palladium New York, 21st September 1979
  6. I Fought The Law - The Palladium New York, 21st September 1979
  7. Complete Control - The Palladium New York, 21st September 1979


Side 2

  1. Clash City Rockers - Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ, 8th March 1980
  2. Bank Robber - Capitol Theatre, Passaic NJ, 8th March 1980
  3. Train In Vain - The US Festival, San Bernadino, 28th May 1983
  4. The Magnificent Seven - The US Festival, San Bernadino, 28th May 1983
  5. Rock The Casbah - The US Festival, San Bernadino, 28th May 1983
  6. Should I Stay Or Should I Go - The US Festival, San Bernadino, 28th May 1983