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Limited green colored vinyl. 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.
Limited green colored vinyl. 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.
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Combat Rock - Green Vinyl
Artist: The Clash
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order 2- 3 days $60.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

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
7. Overpowered By Funk
8. Atom Tan
9. Sean Flynn
10. Ghetto Defendant
11. Inoculated City
12. Death Is a Star

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Limited green colored vinyl. 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.
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