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Sandinista (3LP)

The Clash Sandinista (3LP)

$64.95

Sandinista (3LP)

by The Clash
$64.95

Since their formation in 1976, the Clash evolved from a fiery punk group into the most iconic rock band of their era. Their 1980 record Sandinista is a controversial, experimental and musically diverse triple LP. Especially for this reissue, The Clash remastered all tracks from the original tapes to audiophile quality. All artwork recreated from original release including exclusive "Armagideon Times 3" 3 panel insert.

Available as a triple 180 gram audiophile vinyl. 

LP1
SIDE A
1. The Magnificent Seven
2. Hitsville U.K.
3. Junco Partner
4. Ivan Meets G.I. Joe
5. The Leader
6. Something About England
7. Rebel Waltz

SIDE B
1. Look Here
2. The Crooked Beat
3. Somebody Got Murdered
4. One More Time
5. One More Dub

LP2
SIDE C
1. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)
2. Up In Heaven (Not Only Here)
3. Corner Soul
4. Let's Go Crazy
5. If Music Could Talk
6. The Sound of Sinners

SIDE D
1. Police On My Back
2. Midnight Log
3. The Equaliser
4. The Call Up
5. Washington Bullets
6. Broadway

LP3
SIDE E
1. Lose This Skin
2. Charlie Don't Surf
3. Mensforth Hill
4. Junkie Slip
5. Kingston Advice
6. The Street Parade

SIDE F
1. Version City
2. Living In Fame
3. Silicone On Sapphire
4. Version Pardner
5. Career Opportunities
6. Shepherds Delight
Give 'Em Enough Rope (Vinyl)

Give 'Em Enough Rope (Vinyl)

by The Clash
$34.95

Give 'Em Enough Rope is the second studio album from The Clash, released in 1978.

Despite the tepid production by metal guru Sandy Pearlman, Give 'Em Enough Rope manages to burn with white-hot intensity. Though not as amateurish or snarling as their debut album, Rope finds the boys flexing their songwriting muscles. The first three songs ("Safe European Home," "English Civil War," and "Tommy Gun") stand among their most powerful and leap from the record with brute force. Though they hit a few clunkers ("Cheapskates"), this album is a near classic and gives a hint of the band to come that would light up the world with London Calling.

SIDE A
Safe European Home
English Civil War
Tommy Gun
Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad
Last Gang in Town

SIDE B
Guns On the Roof
Drug-Stabbing Time
Stay Free
Cheapskates
All the Young Punks (New Boots and Contracts)
Combat Rock (Vinyl)

The Clash Combat Rock (Vinyl)

$36.99

Combat Rock (Vinyl)

by The Clash
$36.99

'The final album by the Clash's original Strummer/Jones incarnation is also their most inconsistent. There were musical and ideological rifts developing within the band, and it shows: the experimentation is almost as wild as Sandanista!'s (and the biggest experiment is heading away from their punk shiftiness and into a commercial rock sound), but they seem to be enjoying it less. The band's stabs at funk and poetry aren't terribly successful, but it all came together for 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.

TRACKLISTING

SIDE A
 1. Know Your Rights
  2. Car Jamming
  3. Should I Stay or Should I Go
  4. Rock the Casbah
  5. Red Angel Dragnet
  6. Straight to Hell

SIDE B
 1. Overpowered by Funk
  2. Atom Tan
  3. Sean Flynn
  4. Ghetto Defendant
  5. Inoculated City
  6. Death is a Star
The Clash 5 Studio Album Cd Set (CD)

All five of The Clash's seminal studio albums remastered in their original formatting, with vinyl replica packaging, collected together in a boxset designed by the band.

TRACKLISTING

Janie Jones
Remote Control
I'm So Bored With the U.S.A.
White Riot
Hate & War
What's My Name
Deny
London's Burning
Career Opportunities
Cheat
Protex Blue
Police & Thieves
48 Hours
Garageland

Safe European Home
English Civil War
Tommy Gun
Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad
Last Gang in Town
Guns on the Roof
Drug-Stabbing Time
Stay Free
Cheapskates
All the Young Punks (New Boots and Contracts)

London Calling
Brand New Cadillac
Jimmy Jazz
Hateful
Rudie Can't Fail
Spanish Bombs
The Right Profile
Lost in the Supermarket
Clampdown
The Guns of Brixton

Wrong 'Em Boyo
Death or Glory
Koka Kola
The Card Cheat
Lover's Rock
Four Horsemen
I'm Not Down
Revolution Rock
Train in Vain

The Magnificent Seven
Hitsville U.K.
Junco Partner
Ivan Meets G.I. Joe
The Leader
Something about England
Rebel Waltz
Look Here
The Crooked Beat
Somebody Got Murdered
One More Time
One More Dub

Lightning Strikes (Not Once but Twice)
Up in Heaven (Not Only Here)
Corner Soul
Let's Go Crazy
If Music Could Talk
The Sound of Sinners
Police on my Back
Midnight Log
The Equaliser
The Call Up
Washington Bullets
Broadway

Lose this Skin
Charlie don't Surf
Mensforth Hill
Junkie Slip
Kingston Advice
The Street Parade
Version City
Living in Fame
Silicone on Sapphire
Version Pardner
Career Opportunities
Shepherds Delight

Know Your Rights
Car Jamming
Should I Stay or Should I Go
Rock the Casbah
Red Angel Dragnet
Straight to Hell
Overpowered by Funk
Atom Tan
Sean Flynn
Ghetto Defendant
Inoculated City
Death is a Star

London Calling (2LP)

The Clash London Calling (2LP)

$39.99

London Calling (2LP)

by The Clash
$39.99

'London Calling' was the 3rd album by English punkrockers The Clash and was originally released on December 14th 1979. The album represented a change in The Clash's musical style and featured more diverse elements; Ska, Pop, Soul, Rockabilly and Reggae influences were more audible than on their previous albums.

The album received unanimously positive reviews and was ranked high in quite some All Time Greatest Albums listings (number 8 on Rolling Stone's list, number 4 on Q Magazine's list). London Calling was a top 10 album in the UK, and its title track was a top 20 single. In 2007, it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, for being a collection of recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance.

Side A
London Calling
Brand New Cadillac
Jimmy Jazz
Hateful
Rudie Can't Fail

Side B
Spanish Bombs
The Right Profile
Lost in the Supermarket
Clampdown
The Guns of Brixton

Side A
Wrong 'Em Boyo
Death or Glory
Koka Kola
The Card Cheat

Side B
Lover's Rock
Four Horsemen
I'm Not Down
Revolution Rock
Train in Vain

The Clash (Vinyl)

The Clash The Clash (Vinyl)

$39.99

The Clash (Vinyl)

by The Clash
$39.99

'The Clash is the eponymous debut studio album by English punk rock band The Clash. It was released on 8 April 1977, through CBS Records. It is widely celebrated as one of the greatest punk albums of all time. The record features the singles “White Riot” and “Remote Control”.

TRACKLISTING

Janie Jones
Remote Control
I'm So Bored With the U.S.A.
White Riot
Hate & War
What's My Name
Deny
London's Burning
Career Opportunities
Cheat
Protex Blue
Police & Thieves
48 Hours
Garageland
Give 'em Enough Rope (Mov Vinyl)

Give 'em Enough Rope (Mov Vinyl)

by The Clash
$49.99
For their second album, the Clash worked with the American hard rock producer Sandy Pearlman, best-known for his work with Blue Öyster Cult and the Dictators. The teaming was quite controversial within the punk community, and the sound of Give 'Em Enough Rope is considerably cleaner, yet the more direct sound hardly tamed the Clash. While the record doesn't burn with the same intense, amateurish energy of The Clash, it does have a big, forceful sound that is nearly as powerful. What keeps Give 'Em Enough Rope from being a classic is its slightly inconsistent material. Many of the songs are outright classics, particularly the first half of the record ("Safe European Home," "English Civil War," "Tommy Gun," "Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad") and "Stay Free," but the group loses some momentum toward the end of the record. Even with such flaws, Give 'Em Enough Rope ranks as one of the strongest albums of the punk era.
Combat Rock (Mov Vinyl)

The Clash Combat Rock (Mov Vinyl)

$49.99

Combat Rock (Mov Vinyl)

by The Clash
$49.99
On the surface of things, Combat Rock appears to be a retreat from the sprawling stylistic explorations of London Calling and Sandinista!. The pounding arena rock of "Should I Stay or Should I Go" makes The Clash sound like an arena rock band, and much of the album boasts a muscular, heavy sound courtesy of producer Glyn Johns. But things aren't quite that simple. Combat Rock contains heavy flirtations with rap, funk, and reggae, and it even has a cameo by poet Allen Ginsberg -- if this album is, as it has often been claimed, the Clash's sell-out effort, it's a very strange way to sell out. Even with the infectious, dance-inflected new wave pop of "Rock the Casbah" leading the way, there aren't many overt attempts at crossover success, mainly because the group is tearing in two separate directions. Mick Jones wants the Clash to inherit the Who's righteous arena rock stance, and Joe Strummer wants to forge ahead into black music. The result is an album that is nearly as inconsistent as Sandinista!, even though its finest moments -- "Should I Stay or Should I Go," "Rock the Casbah," "Straight to Hell" -- illustrate why the Clash were able to reach a larger audience than ever before with the record.