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The Clash - This is Radio Clash (Limited Edition Numbered Triple Album Box Set on Clear Vinyl)

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The Clash - This is Radio Clash (Limited Edition Numbered Triple Album Box Set on Clear Vinyl)

This is a pre-order item: shipping from the 18th December 




This is the ultimate anthology of The Clash broadcasting live across the airwaves during the halcyon years when the legendary Joe Strummer was the charismatic frontman of this iconic band.

This fantastic three album box set features three legendary shows from the halcyon years from the legendary New York show in 1979 to the US Festival in 1983 when Mick Jones played his last gig.

Featured tracks include London Calling , White Riot, Should I Stay or Should I Go , Rock the Casbah  and many more.

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Box Set Includes:

The Clash – White Riots in New York (Limited Edition 12-Inch Album on Clear Vinyl)

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

Track Listing

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

The Clash – Guns from Brixton (Limited Edition on Clear Vinyl)

Guns from Brixton is the legendary cable broadcast from the Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey, from 8 March 1980, featuring The Clash hard at work promoting the album London Calling. This raucous recording showcases the iconic Clash line-up of lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe Strummer, lead guitarist and vocalist Mick Jones, bassist Paul Simonon and drummer Nicky ‘Topper’ Headon.

Track Listing

Side 1

  1. Clash City Rockers
  2. Jimmy Jazz
  3. London Calling
  4. The 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 Clash – Bored with the US Festival (Limited Edition on Clear Vinyl)

Get an extraordinary live performance from The Clash on unique multicoloured marble vinyl with this unmissable release. This release features the legendary performance from The US Festival, San Bernardino, broadcast live to air on 28 May 1983 featuring Pete Howard on drums. 

Track Listing

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

The music on this record was originally produced in the days when vinyl was king.

Vinyl records produce an analog sound that reverberates and creates that famous warm sound you can't find in any other medium. The music and vocals on vinyl records are much closer to the way artists sound live.

Clear vinyl is softer and molds easier during the pressing process. Vinyl is a naturally clear substance. Black vinyl records are created by adding a charcoal /graphite colorant which creates a harder surface and makes it easier to see tracks but can lead to static build up in the cartridge . As a result, the best clarity of sound quality is to be found in using clear vinyl.

NB. Audio recordings from live TV and radio transmissions will always embody the audio limitations of the original sources . Modern digital remastering techniques improve sound quality immeasurably . However, the original broadcast performances have often been recorded and mixed by TV or radio technicians rather than music specialists. Nonetheless clear vinyl will give the very best reproduction given the limitations of the original broadcast sources.