Progrography

The Clash
The Pistols may have fired the first shot in the punk revolution, but it was The Clash who were destined to become the new kings of England. Mick Jones and Joe Strummer were nothing less than the Lennon/McCartney of the punk generation. From 1977 to 1982, the band seemed tailor-made to legend, rapidly evolving with a restless genius as if they were living on borrowed time. Since then, it's been mostly a matter of killing time; Combat Rock wasn't a comma but a period. Still, what an amazing statement The Clash were.

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1977 March White Riot
1977 April 8 THE CLASH
1977 May Remote Control
1977 September Complete Control
1978 February Clash City Rockers
1978 June White Man In Hammersmith Palais
1978 November 10 GIVE 'EM ENOUGH ROPE
1978 November Tommy Gun
1979 February English Civil War
1979 May 11 THE COST OF LIVING (EP)
1979 July I Fought the Law
1979 December London Calling
1979 December 14 LONDON CALLING
1980 February Train In Vain (Stand By Me)
1980 August Bankrobber
1980 October BLACK MARKET CLASH (EP)
1980 November The Call-Up
1980 December 12 SANDANISTA!
1981 January Hitsville UK
1981 April The Magnificent Seven
1981 November This Is Radio Clash
1982 April Know Your Rights
1982 May 14 COMBAT ROCK
1982 June Rock The Casbah
1982 July Should I Stay Or Should I Go?
1982 THE WORLD ACCORDING TO THE CLASH
1985 September This Is England
1985 November CUT THE CRAP
1986 September THE 12" TAPE (EP)
1988 March THE STORY OF THE CLASH VOLUME 1
1990 July Return To Brixton (Remix)
1991 November 19 CLASH ON BROADWAY
1991 November THE SINGLES COLLECTION
1993 November SUPER BLACK MARKET CLASH
1996 April THE SINGLES
1999 October FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
2003 March 11 THE ESSENTIAL CLASH
2008 LIVE AT SHEA STADIUM

SEE ALSO...
Grosse Pointe Blank Soundtrack
BIG AUDIO DYNAMITE discography
HAVANA 3 A.M. discography

 

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