is a Clash on Broadway box set compilation album by the punk rock band The Clash, released on Legacy Records in 1991, catalogue E3K 46991. It comprises 64 tracks on three compact discs, spanning the time period from their very first single " White Riot" in 1977 through the album of 1982. It does not include material from the band's coda led by Combat Rock Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon, resulting in the final album . It was initially released in Cut the Crap longbox form.
Content [ edit ]
The set contains five previously unreleased tracks, two early
demo recordings, and three live recordings, one of which had been released on a film soundtrack. Thirteen of the eighteen singles released during the time frame covered appear, leaving out " Remote Control" released as a single against the band's wishes, " English Civil War" and " I Fought the Law" which appear in a live versions, " Hitsville UK" and " Know Your Rights".
Disc one contains mostly recordings taken from their early singles including the
extended play single , and the Capital Radio debut album. The four songs deleted from the British version of The Clash album and replaced by singles tracks for the American version, "Deny", "Protex Blue", "Cheat", and "48 Hours", are included. Disc two concentrates on tracks from the albums and Give 'Em Enough Rope , and the extended play single London Calling . Disc three contains tracks from Cost of Living and Sandinista! Combat Rock, tracks from the latter including both edited and unedited versions.
Reception [ edit ]
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Track listing [ edit ]
All songs written and composed by
Mick Jones and Joe Strummer, except where noted otherwise.
"Police on My Back"
The Magnificent Seven" The Clash
The Call Up" The Clash
"Somebody Got Murdered"
Washington Bullets" The Clash
"Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)"
(live recording from Bonds International Casino, New York City, 1981) The Clash
Every Little Bit Hurts"
Ed Cobb previously unreleased;
Sandinista! sessions 4:38
"Stop the World"
B-side of "The Call Up" single
"Midnight to Stevens"
(recorded at People's Hall, Frestonia, London in 1981) The Clash
This Is Radio Clash" The Clash
Cool Confusion" The Clash
A and B sides of UK singles 1981–1982
Red Angel Dragnet" (edited version) The Clash
(edited version) The Clash
Rock the Casbah" (US single version) The Clash
Should I Stay or Should I Go" (US single version) The Clash
Straight to Hell" (unedited version) The Clash
Combat Rock 6:56
"The Street Parade"
(hidden track) The Clash
Personnel [ edit ]
Mick Jones — vocals, guitars, keyboards
Joe Strummer — vocals, guitars, keyboards
Paul Simonon — bass, vocals
Terry Chimes — drums on disc one, tracks 1–15
Topper Headon — drums, piano, bass, vocals on disc one, tracks 16–25, discs two and three
Additional personnel [ edit ]
References [ edit ]