List of songs recorded by The Clash

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This is a comprehensive list of The Clash songs that have been officially released. The list includes songs that have been performed by the band. Other side projects are not included in this list. The list consists of mostly studio recordings; remixes and live recordings are not listed, unless the song has only been released in one of the two formats. Singles are listed as having been released on their respective albums, unless the single has no associated album. Only one release is listed per song, unless the song is featured on multiple releases.[1][2] Short Walk to the Medicine Cabinet Glue Zombie

Song Release Year Writer(s) Producer Notes
"1–2 Crush on You" "Tommy Gun" single 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman B-side.[1][2][3][4]
"1–2 Got a Crush on You" 1976 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens Polydor demos.
"1977" "White Riot" single 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote B-side.[1][2][3][5]
"48 Hours" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B5.[6]
"All the Young Punks" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track B5.[7]
"Are You Red..Y" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 4.[8]
"Armagideon Time" "London Calling" single 1979 Willi Williams, Jackie Mittoo Guy Stevens B-side.[1][2][3][9]
"Atom Tan" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B2.[10]
"Bankrobber" "Bankrobber" single 1980 Strummer/Jones Mikey Dread Non-album single.[1][2][3][11]
"The Beautiful People Are Ugly, Too" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release. Also known as "The Fulham Connection"[12]
"Blonde Rock & Roll" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash Mick Jones Outtake
"Brand New Cadillac" London Calling 1979 Vince Taylor Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track A2.[13]
"Broadway" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D6.[14]
"The Call Up" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D4.[14]
"Can't Judge" Unreleased 1980 Unknown Demo
"Capital Radio One" Capital Radio (EP) 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B2.[15]
"Capital Radio Two" The Cost of Living (EP) 1979 Strummer/Jones Bill Price Track B2.[16]
"Car Jamming" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track A2.[10]
"The Card Cheat" London Calling 1979 Topper Headon, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Joe Strummer Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track C4.[13]
"Career Opportunities" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B1.[6]
"Charlie Don't Surf" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E2.[14]
"Cheapskates" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track B4.[7]
"Cheat" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B2.[6]
"The City of the Dead" Black Market Clash 1980 Strummer/Jones Paul Simonon, Sandy Pearlman, The Clash Track B5.[17]
"Clampdown" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B4.[13]
"Clash City Rockers" The Clash (1979 U.S. version) 1979 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote, Lee Perry, The Clash, Bill Price Track A1.[18]
"Complete Control" The Clash (1979 U.S. version) 1979 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote, Lee Perry, The Clash, Bill Price Track A4.[18]
"Cool Confusion" "Should I Stay or Should I Go" single 1982 The Clash The Clash B-side.[2][19][20][21][22]
"The Cool Out" "The Magnificent Seven" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[2][21][23][24]
"Cool Under Heat" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 5.[8]
"Corner Soul" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C3.[14]
"The Crooked Beat" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B3.[14]
"Deadly Serious" 1976 Strummer/Jones Unreleased.
"Death Is a Star" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B6.[10]
"Death or Glory" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track C2.[13]
"Deny" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A7.[6]
"Dictator" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 1.[8]
"Dirty Punk" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 2.[8]
"Do It Now" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes 2000 re-release bonus track.[8]
"Drug-Stabbing Time" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track B2.[7]
"English Civil War" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Traditional, arranged by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones Sandy Pearlman Track A2.[7]
"The Equaliser" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D3.[14]
"Every Little Bit Hurts" Clash on Broadway 1991 Ed Cobb The Clash, Micky Foote, Mikey Dread, Sandy Pearlman, Bill Price, Guy Stevens, Lee Perry Track C09.[25]
"Fingerpoppin'" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 10.[8]
"First Night Back in London" "Know Your Rights" single 1982 Strummer/Jones The Clash B-side.[2][26][27]
"Four Horsemen" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track D2.[13]
"Fujiyama Mama (Pearl Harbour)" 1982 The Clash Unreleased.
"The Fulham Connection" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release. Also known as "The Beautiful People Are Ugly Too"[12]
"Garageland" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B6.[6]
"Gates of the West" The Cost of Living (EP) 1979 Strummer/Jones Bill Price Track B1.[16]
"Ghetto Defendant" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B4.[10]
"Groovy Times" The Cost of Living (EP) 1979 Strummer/Jones Bill Price Track A2.[16]
"The Guns of Brixton" London Calling 1979 Paul Simonon Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B5.[13]
"Guns on the Roof" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Topper Headon, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon, Joe Strummer Sandy Pearlman Track B1.[7]
"Hate and War" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A5.[6]
"Hateful" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track A4.[13]
"Heart & Mind" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B18.[28]
"Hell W10" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release.[12]
"Hitsville UK" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A2.[14]
"House of the Ju Ju Queen" Unreleased 1980 Unknown Demo
"How Can I Understand the Flies?" 1976 Strummer/Jones Unreleased.
"I'm Not Down" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track D3.[13]
"I'm So Bored with You" 1976 Mick Jones Unreleased.
"I'm So Bored with the USA" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A3.[6]
"I Fought the Law" The Cost of Living (EP) 1979 Sonny Curtis Bill Price Track A1.[16]
"I Know What I Think About You" 1976 Strummer/Jones Unreleased. Also known as "I Know What You Do" or "I Know What to Think of You".
"I Never Did It?" 1976 Mick Jones Unreleased.
"Idle in Kangaroo Court W1" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release. Also known as "Kill Time".[12]
"If Music Could Talk" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash, Mikey Dread The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C5.[14]
"Inoculated City" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B5.[10]
"Ivan Meets G.I. Joe" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A4.[14]
"Jail Guitar Doors" The Clash (1979 U.S. version) 1979 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote, Lee Perry, The Clash, Bill Price Track B6.[18]
"Janie Jones" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A1.[6]
"Jimmy Jazz" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track A3.[13]
"Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track A4.[7]
"Junco Partner" Sandinista! 1980 Traditional The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A3.[14]
"Junkie Slip" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E4.[14]
"Justice Tonight" "London Calling" single 1979 Willi Williams, Jackie Mittoo Guy Stevens B-side.[1][2][3][29]
"Kick It Over" "London Calling" single 1979 Willi Williams, Jackie Mittoo Guy Stevens B-side.[1][2][3][29]
"Kill Time" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release. Also known as "Idle in Kangaroo Court W1".[12]
"King of the Road" Sandinista! 1980 Roger Miller Mick Jones Outtake
"Kingston Advice" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E5.[14]
"Know Your Rights" Combat Rock 1982 Strummer/Jones The Clash Track A1.[10]
"Koka Kola" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track C3.[13]
"Last Gang in Town" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track A5.[7]
"The Leader" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A5.[14]
"Let's Go Crazy" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C4.[14]
"Life Is Wild" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 12.[8]
"Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C1.[14]
"Listen" Capital Radio (EP) 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A1.[15]
"Living in Fame" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash, Mikey Dread The Clash, Mikey Dread Track F2.[14]
"London Calling" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track A1.[13]
"London's Burning" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A8.[6]
"Lonesome Me" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 The Clash Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B9.[28]
"Long Time Jerk" "Rock the Casbah" single. 1982 Paul Simonon The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][30]
"Look Here" Sandinista! 1980 Mose Allison The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B2.[14]
"Lose This Skin" Sandinista! 1980 Tymon Dogg The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E1.[14]
"Lost in the Supermarket" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B3.[13]
"Louie Louie" 1977 Richard Berry Unreleased.
"Lover's Rock" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track D1.[13]
"The Magnificent Dance" "The Magnificent Seven" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][31]
"The Magnificent Seven" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A1.[14][26]
"The Man in Me" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Bob Dylan Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B15.[28]
"Mark Me Absent" 1976 Mick Jones Unreleased.
"Mensforth Hill" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E3.[14]
"Midnight Log" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D2.[14]
"Midnight to Stevens" Clash on Broadway 1991 The Clash The Clash, Micky Foote, Mikey Dread, Sandy Pearlman, Bill Price, Guy Stevens, Lee Perry Track C11.[25]
"Mona" Unreleased 1980 Unknown Demo
"Movers and Shakers" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 6.[8]
"Mustapha Dance" "Rock the Casbah" single 1982 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][32]
"North and South" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 11.[8]
"One Emotion" Clash on Broadway 1991 Strummer/Jones The Clash, Micky Foote, Mikey Dread, Sandy Pearlman, Bill Price, Guy Stevens, Lee Perry Track B5.[25]
"One More Dub" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash, Mikey Dread The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B6.[14]
"One More Time" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash, Mikey Dread The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B5.[14]
"Outside Broadcast" "This Is Radio Clash" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][21][33]
"Overpowered by Funk" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B1.[10]
"Paul's Tune" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Paul Simonon Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B3.[28]
"Play to Win" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 9.[8]
"Police and Thieves" The Clash 1977 Junior Murvin and Lee "Scratch" Perry Micky Foote Track B4.[6]
"Police on My Back" Sandinista! 1980 Eddy Grant The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D1.[14]
"The Police Walked in 4 Jazz" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B10.[28]
"Pressure Drop" "English Civil War" single 1979 Toots Hibbert Sandy Pearlman B-side.[1][2][3][34]
"The Prisoner" "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" single 1978 Strummer/Jones The Clash B-side.[1][2][3][35]
"Protex Blue" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track B3.[6]
"Radio 5" "This Is Radio Clash" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][33]
"Radio 6" "This Is Radio Clash" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][33]
"Radio Clash" "This Is Radio Clash" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][26][33]
"Radio One" "Hitsville UK" single 1981 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][36]
"RAF 1810" - 1978 Unknown Unreleased. Mentioned by Joe Strummer in a 1978 interview as an outtake dating from the Give Em Enough Rope sessions
"Rebel Waltz" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B1.[14]
"Red Angel Dragnet" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track A5.[10]
"Remote Control" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A2.[6]
"Revolution Rock" London Calling 1979 Jackie Edwards, Danny Ray Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track D4.[13]
"The Right Profile" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B2.[13]
"Robber Dub" Black Market Clash 1980 Strummer/Jones Paul Simonon, Sandy Pearlman, The Clash Track B1b.[17]
"Rock the Casbah" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track A4.[10]
"Rockers Galore...UK Tour" "Bankrobber" single 1980 Mikey Dread Mikey Dread B-side.[1][2][3][11]
"Rudie Can't Fail" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track A5.[13]
"Safe European Home" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track A1.[7]
"Sean Flynn" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track B2.[10]
"Sex Mad Roar" "This Is England" single 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes B-side.[1][2][26][37]
"Shepherds Delight" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash, Mikey Dread The Clash, Mikey Dread Track F6.[14]
"Should I Stay or Should I Go" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track A3.[10]
"Silicone on Sapphire" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track F3.[14]
"Sitting at My Party" 1976 Mick Jones Unreleased.
"Somebody Got Murdered" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track B4.[14]
"Something About England" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track A6.[14]
"The Sound of Sinners" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C6.[14]
"Spanish Bombs" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B1.[13]
"Stay Free" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track B3.[7]
"Stop the World" "The Call Up" single 1980 The Clash The Clash B-side.[1][2][3][38]
"Straight to Hell" Combat Rock 1982 The Clash The Clash Track A6.[10]
"The Street Parade" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track E6.[14]
"This Is England" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 7.[8]
"This Is Radio Clash" "This Is Radio Clash" single 1981 The Clash The Clash Non-album single.[1][2]
"Three Card Trick" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 8.[8]
"Time Is Tight" Black Market Clash 1980 Booker T. Jones Paul Simonon, Sandy Pearlman, The Clash Track A5.[17]
"Tommy Gun" Give 'Em Enough Rope 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Track A3.[7]
"Train in Vain" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track D5.[13]
"Up in Heaven (Not Only Here)" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track C2.[14]
"Up-Toon" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B12.[28]
"Version City" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track F1.[14]
"Version Pardner" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track F4.[14]
"Walk Evil Talk" Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg 1982 The Clash Unofficial release.[12]
"Walking the Slidewalk" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B13.[28]
"Washington Bullets" Sandinista! 1980 The Clash The Clash, Mikey Dread Track D5.[14]
"We Are the Clash" Cut the Crap 1985 Strummer/Rhodes Bernard Rhodes Track 3.[8]
"What's My Name?" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A6.[6]
"Where You Gonna Go (Soweto)" London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition 2004 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track B14.[28]
"(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" single 1978 Strummer/Jones Sandy Pearlman Non-album single.[1][2][3][35]
"White Riot" The Clash 1977 Strummer/Jones Micky Foote Track A4.[6]
"Working and Waiting" London Calling 1979 Strummer/Jones Guy Stevens, Mick Jones "Clampdown" instrumental starting track. Also known as "Working for the Clampdown".[13]
"Wrong 'Em Boyo" London Calling 1979 Clive Alphonso Guy Stevens, Mick Jones Track C1.[13]
"Y.M.C.A." WCBN Radio Henri Belolo, Jacques Morali, Victor Willis Unknown Sing-a-long

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v The Clash at Discogs
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Clash, The. (30 October 2006). Singles Box. Sony BMG.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k U.K. Singles '77–'80
  4. ^ Clash, The. (24 November 1978). "Tommy Gun". CBS.
  5. ^ Clash, The. (18 March 1977). "White Riot". CBS.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Clash, The. (8 April 1977). The Clash. CBS.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Clash, The. (10 November 1978). Give 'Em Enough Rope. CBS, Epic.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Clash, The. (4 November 1985). Cut the Crap. Epic.
  9. ^ Clash, The. (7 December 1979). "London Calling". Epic.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Clash, The. (14 May 1982). Combat Rock. Epic.
  11. ^ a b Clash, The. (8 August 1980). "Bankrobber". CBS.
  12. ^ a b c d e f Clash, The – Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg at Discogs
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Clash, The. (14 December 1979). London Calling. CBS, Epic, Legacy.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai Clash, The. (12 December 1980). Sandinista!. CBS, Epic.
  15. ^ a b Clash, The. (1 April 1977). Capital Radio (EP). Neat.
  16. ^ a b c d Clash, The. (11 May 1979). The Cost of Living (EP). Neat.
  17. ^ a b c Clash, The. (October 1980). Black Market Clash. Epic.
  18. ^ a b c Clash, The. (July 1979). The Clash (1979 U.S. version). Epic Records.
  19. ^ Clash, The. (24 June 1982). "Should I Stay or Should I Go". CBS.
  20. ^ Clash, The – Should I Stay Or Should I Go at Discogs
  21. ^ a b c U.S. Singles
  22. ^ Clash, The. (24 June 1982). "Should I Stay or Should I Go". CBS, Epic.
  23. ^ Clash, The. (10 April 1981). "The Magnificent Seven". CBS.
  24. ^ Clash, The – The Magnificent Seven at Discogs
  25. ^ a b c Clash, The. (19 November 1991). Clash on Broadway. CBS, Epic.
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i U.K. Singles '81–'91
  27. ^ Clash, The. (23 April 1982). "Know Your Rights". CBS.
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h Clash, The. (20 September 2004). London Calling 25th Anniversary Legacy Edition. Columbia.
  29. ^ a b Clash, The. (December 1979). "London Calling". Epic.
  30. ^ Clash, The. (11 June 1982). "Rock the Casbah". CBS, Epic.
  31. ^ Clash, The. (12 April 1981). "The Magnificent Seven". CBS, Epic.
  32. ^ Clash, The. (18 June 1982). "Rock the Casbah". CBS, Epic.
  33. ^ a b c d Clash, The. (4 December 1981). "This Is Radio Clash". CBS.
  34. ^ Clash, The. (16 February 1979). "English Civil War". CBS.
  35. ^ a b Clash, The. (4 December 1981). "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais". CBS.
  36. ^ Clash, The. (16 January 1981). "Hitsville UK". CBS.
  37. ^ Clash, The. (September 1985). "This Is England".
  38. ^ Clash, The. (28 November 1980). "The Call Up". CBS.

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