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The Clash: The Clash (U.K. Version)

3 Ratings: 4.7
The 1977 self-titled debut album from the London-based punk rock band.

The Clash's label didn't believe this debut would sell in the United States. By the time CBS got around to releasing astateside versionof the U.K. album, the British original had become an import hit. While the U.S. release contains outstanding … see full wiki

2 reviews about The Clash: The Clash (U.K. Version)
Quick Tip by . December 28, 2009
The single greatest punk rock album of all time. When it comes right down to it nobody comes close to the raw political energy of The Clash!
review by . August 28, 2006
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The Clash's self-titled debut remains one of the greatest punk records of all time. While The Sex Pistols' brand of punk rock was entirely nihilistic, on their debut The Clash chose to focus more on the everyday problems of the London working class. The Clash was arguably the first punk band to do more than back up bad vocals with razor-edged guitars. There are some bad vocals - it's punk rock, right? - and strong guitars, but there's also great lyrics, delightful choruses, and some surprisingly …
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Composer: The Clash
Author: The Clash
Performer: The Clash
Release Date: April 8, 1977
Label: Epic Records
Artist: The Clash
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