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  1. THE CLASH Rockers Galore CD SAMPLER PROMO ONLY Interviews Music PUNK ROCK. AU $ + AU $ Postage. CLASH - Rockers Galore - CD - **BRAND NEW/STILL SEALED** Mickey Foote 7 Paul Simonon– On The Naming The Band 8 Clash, The– White Riot Producer – Mickey Foote 9 Topper Headon– On How He Joined The Band 10 Clash, The– Tommy Gun.
  2. It was to be included in the 12" single for "Bankrobber", but the label ended up refusing to release the 12" single. The song can be found on their compilation album Black Market Clash, combined with "Bankrobber" as a track, and on the compilation album Super Black Market Clash, as a stand alone track. Rockers Galore B-side: "Rockers Galore UK Tour".
  3. Jul 02,  · Yes it has White Riot, Rock The Casbah, and Train In Vain, but London Calling and Should I Stay Or Should I Go are absent. Out of the 24 tracks on the disc, 13 are interviews. That's more than half. Stay away from this pile of festering punk.3/5(3).
  4. The Clash were a punk rock band from London, England, United Kingdom, active from to One of the most successful and iconic bands from the first wave of punk in the 70s, they incorporated rock and roll, reggae, rockabilly, and eventually many other music styles into their thrash.grahuginnmizragoremnerim.infoinfo were legendary for their uncommonly intense stage performances.
  5. I will list musical tracks:complete control/Janie jones/white riot/tommy gun/train in vain/guns of brixton/rockers galore/the magnificent seven/police on my back/rock the casbah/straight to hell. the interviews include beginning of band/naming of band/reggae influence/political nature of band Seller Rating: % positive.
  6. Sep 06,  · Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by the English punk band the Clash, released on 4 November by Epic Records. It was recorded in early at Weryton Studios, Munich, following a turbulent period: co-founder, lead guitarist and co-principal songwriter Mick Jones and drummer Topper Headon had been dismissed by lead vocalist Joe Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon/5(51).