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Description: It speaks volumes about the mid-1970s music scene that the Clash's explosive debut was viewed as too provincial and raw for U.S. consumption upon its original English release in 1977. (Wimps.) No matter--between Joe Strummer's marble-mouthed howls of righteous rage on songs like "Career Opportunities" ("The ones that never knock"), "I'm So Bored With the USA" ("Yankee dollars talk to the dictators of the world") and "White Riot" ("I wanna riot / A riot of my own"), and the furious instrumental assault led by guitarist Mick Jones, the Clash became a hot import in the Sta ... (more)
Manufacturer: Columbia
Release date: 4 October 1999
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5099749534421
Tags: 1977 (8), Punk (7), Punk Rock (4), Rock (4), UK (4), Album (3), English (3), 1970s (2), Debut Album (2), Top Album (2), Classic (2), The Clash (1)
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RS: 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All-Time (40 music items)

"On April 3rd, 1976, a London pub-rock combo, the 101ers, played a show with gnarly urchins the Sex Pistols. The future was "right in front of me," recalled 101ers singer-guitarist Joe Strummer. A year later, Strummer was the battle-scarred voice of the Clash and in the U.K. Top 20 with his new band's self-titled flamethrower debut, a brittle-fuzz volley of politicized rage and street-choir vocal hooks that transformed British punk from a brawling adolescent turmoil to a dynamic social weapon in "

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500 CDs You Must Own Before You Die! (500 music items)

"The definitive U.K. punk album, the Clash’s debut was initially denied a U.S. release on account of its lo-fi production. Its roughness, however, was an integral part of its appeal — along with the quartet’s mix of rock attitude and politicized anger. Standout track: “Career Opportunities”"

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2,000 Albums to Listen to Before Death... (2000 music items)

"THE CLASH (1977) THE CLASH Review coming soon... FAV TRACKS: "I'm So Bored with the U.S.A."; "White Riot"; "Hate and War"; "London's Burning"; "Career Opportunities"; "What's My Name"; "Deny"; "Police & Thieves" "

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"July 1st Year: 1977 Genre: Punk London's Burning"

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