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Release date: 4 October 1999
Number of discs: 1
"The Clash - The Clash, 1977 "
"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 "
"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”"
"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" "
"July 1st Year: 1977 Genre: Punk London's Burning"