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9 Replies to “ The Guns Of Brixton (Fridays 80) - The Clash - Revolution Rock (DVD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of London Calling on Discogs.
  2. Apr 15,  · The Guns Of Brixton (Fridays '80) - previously unreleased Train In Vain (Lewisham Odeon '80) This Is Radio Clash (Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder '81) - previously unreleased The Magnificent Seven (Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder '81) - previously unreleased Brand New Cadillac (Tokyo Sun Plaza Hall '82) - previously unreleased/5(51).
  3. 02 The Clash - Rock The Casbah. This Is Radio Clash. Should I Stay Or Should I Go. Straight To Hell. Armagideon Time. The Guns Of Brixton (Fridays '80) Train In Vain (Lewisham Odeon '80) This Is Radio Clash (Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder '81) Revolution Rock (London Calling Outtake) King Of The Road (Sandinista Outtakes).
  4. This is a unusual brazilian reissue under Sony's "Best Price" special marketing release that included some budget albums and discographies from assorted artists like Alice In Chains, Ozzy, Des'ree, Sade, Santana, Diana King and Robert Johnson (all from the Epic label) the "London Calling" release includes a page booklet and a peculiar list of the albums from the mentioned "Best.
  5. Aug 01,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Clash perform "London Calling" (Live) - Fridays YouTube The Clash - The Guns Of Brixton/ Clampdown (Live On Fridays) - .
  6. Tommy Gun: Safe European Home (London Music Machine '78) London Calling (Bonds International Casino '81) Clampdown (Lewisham Odeon '80) The Guns Of Brixton (Fridays '80) Train In Vain (Lewisham Odeon '80) This Is Radio Clash (Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder '81) The Magnificent Seven (Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder '81)
  7. Throughout the double-LP, the band effortlessly combine rockabilly, reggae, pub rock, R&B, and just enough of the reckless energy of punk rock to inject the music with the hot spark of abandon. Far more than a collection of genre forays, all of the songs on London Calling integrate these styles into a sound that is The Clash's own.
  8. Dec 31,  · Though the Clash still are the Only Band That Matters, this DVD does not matter so much. It's always nice to see footage of the band playing, of Paul Simmonon doing his punker bass-player thing, Joe doing what he did (not quite singing the lyrics or playing his guitar), Mic desparately trying to do something good and poppy, and Topper rocking quite hard/5.
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