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Whats My Name - The Clash - White Riot Tour (Vinyl)

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  1. But the Clash's appeal and influence crosses many of the usual genre boundaries that divide popular music. The band's iconic double LP London Calling has a lot to do with the Clash's worldwide legacy, frequently named among the greatest albums of all time by multiple sources. The Clash was, at least for a time, considered a punk band.
  2. White Riot Tour, a Bootleg of songs by The Clash. Rules for comments. Be respectful! All the community rules apply here. Keep your comments focused on the release.
  3. The Clash A1: What's My Name B1: I'm So Bored With The U.S.A. B2: Career Opportunities: CBS UK: S CBS 10 Jul Bootleg / Repro 7" 8: The Clash The Lost Studio E.P. A1: Clash City Rockers A2: The Prisoner B1: White Man In Hammersmith Palais B2: Garageland (Revisited) CLS UK: CLS EP Bootleg / Repro 7" 0: The.
  4. During the White Riot tour, CBS pulled "Remote Control" off the album as a single, and as a response, the Clash recorded "Complete Control" with reggae icon Lee "Scratch" Perry. Throughout , Strummer and Jones were in and out of jail for a myriad of minor indiscretions, ranging from vandalism to stealing a pillowcase, while Simonon and End date: May 29,
  5. May 05,  · The Clash during the White Riot Tour in [photo: Erica Echinberg / Getty] We got to the gigs on a mix of naïvety and bravado. We often hitched and relied heavily on punks in .
  6. Sep 12,  · Manchester, Oct. '77 Notes: Filmed just six months after their first LP, THE CLASH, was released. - "Capital Radio" was released as a 7" EP single on April Fool's Day, Personnel: Joe.
  7. The Clash ‎– White Riot Tour Label: Not On Label (The Clash) ‎– Riot 77 Format: Vinyl, LP, Country: UK Released: Genre: Rock Style: Punk Tracklist A1 I'm So Bored With The USA A2 Hate & War A3 48 Hours A4 Deny A5 Police & Thieves B1 Cheat B2 Capital Radio B3 What's My NameSeller Rating: % positive.
  8. Format: 7-inch vinyl, 45 rpm. Jack White makes his second appearance on this list, though this time not as a rare-record buyer (see Elvis Presley's "My Happiness"). In '98, the up-and-coming White Stripes had fifteen numbered copies of this single pressed on red-and-white vinyl to .
  9. Recorded on the White Riot Tour, 28/05/ at Leicester De Montford Hall. Available on black vinyl [this] & numbered ltd edition of 57 copies on purple vinyl. Recording first published

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