Band: The Clash
Album: Clash On Broadway
Release Date: January 2022
Music Genre: Punk Rock New Wave
Release Country: Europe
Record Type: 63 Tracks CD Reissue Remastered
Influential British punk group from west and south London, active between 1976 and 1985. Adding catchy sloganistic socio-political lyrics to their brand of garage rock 'n' roll, the band soon explored wider musical horizons than most of their contemporaries, incorporating reggae, dub, rockabilly, hip hop and funk influences into their music and a whole lot more.
The US saw the 2nd album "Give 'Em Enough Rope" relased before the first to coincide with the band's first transatlantic tour in early 1979 (and like in Japan and in Canada) the 1st LP "The Clash" was soon repackaged with an updated track list and the addition of a free 7" "Groovy Times" / "Gates Of The West" which wasn't released separately. A year later they were receiving worlwide acclaim with their classic double album "London Calling".
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2003 (Performer), their classic line-up comprised Joe Strummer (vocals / guitar, b. John Graham Mellor August 21, 1952 Ankara, Turkey d. Dec 22, 2002 Broomfield, Somerset, England), Paul Simonon (bass, b.December 15, 1955), Mick Jones (guitar, b. June 26, 1955) and Nicky "Topper" Headon (drums, b.May 30, 1955).
|1-1||Janie Jones (Demo)||2:08|
|1-2||Career Opportunities (Demo)||1:56|
|1-5||I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.||2:23|
|1-6||Hate And War||2:05|
|1-7||What's My Name||1:41|
|1-11||Police And Thieves||5:59|
|1-15||Capital Radio One||2:09|
|1-17||Clash City Rockers||3:56|
|1-18||City Of The Dead||2:24|
|1-19||Jail Guitar Doors||3:03|
|1-21||White Man In Hammersmith Palais||3:59|
|1-23||1-2 Crush On You||2:57|
|1-24||English Civil War (Live)||2:42|
|1-25||I Fought The Law (Live)||2:25|
|2-1||Safe European Home||3:49|
|2-3||Julie's Been Working For The Drug Squad||3:03|
|2-5||One Emotion (Previously Unreleased)||4:11|
|2-7||Gates Of The West||3:27|
|2-10||Brand New Cadillac||2:08|
|2-11||Rudie Can't Fail||3:27|
|2-12||The Guns Of Brixton||3:09|
|2-14||Lost In The Supermarket||3:46|
|2-15||The Right Profile||3:53|
|2-16||The Card Cheat||3:49|
|2-17||Death Or Glory||2:54|
|2-19||Train In Vain||3:09|
|3-1||Police On My Back||3:15|
|3-2||The Magnificent Seven||5:31|
|3-4||The Call Up||5:26|
|3-5||Somebody Got Murdered||3:33|
|3-8||Ligning Strikes (Not Once But Twice) (Live)||3:36|
|3-9||Every Little Bit Hurts (Previously Unreleased)||4:35|
|3-10||Stop The World||2:23|
|3-11||Midnight To Stevens (Previously Unreleased)||4:37|
|3-12||This Is Radio Clash||4:11|
|3-14||Red Angel Dragnet (Edited Version)||3:22|
|3-15||Ghetto Defendant (Edited Version)||4:15|
|3-16||Rock The Casbah||3:43|
|3-17||Should I Stay Or Should I Go||3:08|
|3-18||Straight To Hell (Unedited Version)||6:50|
Track 1-1 is a demo recording.
Track 1-2 is a demo recording.
Track 1-3 is the A-side single version from White Riot (UK), originally released on The Clash (US).
Track 1-4 is the B-side from White Riot (UK).
Tracks 1-5, 1-6, 1-7, 1-9, 1-11 and 1-14 are taken from The Clash.
Tracks 1-8, 1-10 and 1-12 are taken from The Clash (UK).
Track 1-13 taken from The Clash (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Track 1-15 taken from New Musical Express Flexidisc (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Track 1-16 is the A-side of Complete Control (UK) / The Clash (US).
Track 1-17 is the A-side of Clash City Rockers (UK) / The Clash (US).
Track 1-18 is the B-side of Complete Control (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Track 1-19 is the B-side of Clash City Rockers (UK) / The Clash (US).
Track 1-20 is the B-side of (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Track 1-21 is the A-side of (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (UK) / The Clash (US).
Track 1-22 is the B-side of English Civil War (Johnny Comes Marching Home) (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Track 1-23 is the B-side of Tommy Gun (UK).
Track 1-24 is a previously unreleased live recording from The Lyceum Ballroom, The Strand, London (1979).
Track 1-25 was recorded for the motion picture "Rude Boy".
Track 2-1 to 2-4 taken from Give 'Em Enough Rope.
Track 2-5 is previously unreleased from Give 'Em Enough Rope sessions.
Tracks 2-6 and 2-7 taken from The Cost Of Living E.P. (UK) / double A-sided single included with The Clash (US).
Track 2-8 is the B-side from London Calling / Armagideon Time (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Tracks 2-9 to 2-19 taken from London Calling.
Track 2-20 is the B-side from Train In Vain / Bankrobber (UK) / Black Market Clash (US).
Tracks 3-1 to 3-7 taken from Sandinista!.
Track 3-8 a is previously unreleased live recording from Bonds International Casino, Times Square, New York (1981).
Track 3-9 is previously unreleased from Sandinista! sessions.
Track 3-10 is the B-side from The Call Up.
Track 3-11 is a previously unreleased mobile recording from Ear Studios, Peoples Hall, Frestonia, London (1981).
Track 3-12 is the A-side of Radio Clash (UK) / A-side EP This Is Radio Clash (US).
Track 3-13 is the B-Side of the second release of Should I Stay Or Should I Go? / Cool Confusion (US).
Tracks 3-14 and 3-15 are the edited versions from Combat Rock.
Track 3-16 and 3-17 are the US Single versions from Rock The Casbah / Should I Stay Or Should I Go.
Track 3-17 is the unedited version from Combat Rock.
Multipack case reissue in cardboard slipcase, incl. 72 page booklet and "The Clash Lyrics" booklet (contains only the songs written by The Clash).
Re-mastered at Whitfield Street Studios. Assembled at Sony Music Studios, N.Y.
© 2000 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. / ℗ 1999 Buzzy Enterprises Limited. From the Motion Picture "Rude Boy", ℗ 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1991, 2000 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
(CD) Made in Austria
[Barnacle/Lanier credits according to the book "Passion Is A Fashion" by Pat Gilbert, pages 183/210]