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Unable to stop it or fix it, Cut The Crap came out, unloved by the people who’d made it. It was shameful – and a shame. Bootlegs from the time caught a band on fire and show that some of the songs ( Dictator, Are You Red…Y, Cool Under Heat ) actually stand up. Rhodes doesn’t quite ruin the wistful protest song North And South – in the hands of Combat Rock producer Glyn Johns, say, it could have been a keeper – but really only This Is England survived Bernie’s cack-handed, cloth-eared skills at the desk.

Celebrating the growth of the independent music scene in Britain, led by labels like Rough Trade and Factory, this track features Meat Loaf's backing singer Ellen Foley on guest vocals.

This is The Clash . There is a lot of depth here. The albums shows all phases of The Clash sound and really flows into what the future will hold for .

This is a comprehensive list of The Clash songs that have been officially released. The list includes songs that have been performed by the band. Other side projects are not included in this list. The list consists of mostly studio recordings; remixes and live recordings are not listed, unless the song has only been released in one of the two formats. Singles are listed as having been released on their respective albums, unless the single has no associated album. Only one release is listed per song, unless the song is featured on multiple releases. [1] [2]

After rehearsing with Strummer for less than a month, the Clash made their debut on 4 July 1976, supporting the Sex Pistols at the Black Swan in Sheffield . The band apparently wanted to make it on-stage before their rivals in the Damned —another London SS spinoff—made their own scheduled debut two days later. The Clash would not play in front of an audience again for another five weeks. [21] [22] Levene was becoming disaffected with his position in the group. At the Black Swan, he approached the Sex Pistols' lead singer, John Lydon (then going by Johnny Rotten), and suggested they form a band together if the Pistols broke up. [23]

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