14 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
42 Ratings
42 Ratings
Blabber Kid ,

UK version better!

Finally! After so long, they've gotten the English version back up. While we're all use to the US version, I personally prefer the British version because it has all the original tracks, short, simple, rough, quick, and says it all within the entire album. In short, it is the best album from The Clash of all, and def worth having. Get it!

57Clash ,

CLASH 's Debut Masterpiece

The greatest punk rock record of all time !!!

maumel ,

GarageBand

The Clash 77 is a classic moment in history just as Never mind the bollocks. The album sound is raw, thin and rough. Definitely, not a production masterpiece. Even so, few debuts ever rocked that hard, felt so rough...the sound is defined not necessarily by heaviness or style but to anger and intentions, belonging to a unique time in history when political and social turmoil produce a few speakers. It's hard to pinpoint a song since the entire UK edition is so balanced. However, "London's Burning" is a high point with its acid humor about driving in London as is "White Riot's" sheer rebellion call while "I'm so bored" is the Clash taking on US foreign policy methods. The Album set the tone for the Band's career; clever, cunning social view with an eye on history and sensible conclusions. And they meant every word of it.....

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