The Singles (2007 The Clash album)

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The Singles
Compilation album by The Clash
Released 4 June 2007 (2007-06-04)
Recorded 1977–1985
Genre Punk rock, dance-punk, new wave
Length 67:38
Label Sony BMG
Producer Lee "Scratch" Perry, Bill Price, Sandy Pearlman, Guy Stevens and Jose Unidos
The Clash compilations and lives chronology
Singles Box
(2006)
The Singles
(2007)
Live At Shea Stadium
(2008)
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A new version of The Clash's previous singles compilation The Singles or Singles Box, this compilation presents a stripped down view of the singles of The Clash's career, not including any of the B-sides incorporated into the release of the earlier collection and compiled onto a single disc.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "London Calling" (from London Calling)
  2. "Rock the Casbah" (from Combat Rock)
  3. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" (from Combat Rock)
  4. "I Fought the Law" (from The Cost of Living and The Clash (U.S.))
  5. "(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" (from The Clash (U.S.))
  6. "The Magnificent Seven" (from Sandinista!)
  7. "Bankrobber" (from Black Market Clash)
  8. "The Call Up" (from Sandinista!)
  9. "Complete Control" (from The Clash (U.S.))
  10. "White Riot" (from The Clash (U.K.))
  11. "Remote Control" (from The Clash (U.K.))
  12. "Tommy Gun" (from Give 'Em Enough Rope)
  13. "Clash City Rockers" (from The Clash (U.S.))
  14. "English Civil War" (from Give 'Em Enough Rope)
  15. "Hitsville U.K." (from Sandinista!)
  16. "Know Your Rights" (from Combat Rock)
  17. "This Is England" (from Cut the Crap)
  18. "This Is Radio Clash" (from This is Radio Clash)
  19. "Train in Vain" (from London Calling)
  20. "Groovy Times" (from The Cost of Living) (bonus track on some versions)

Charts[edit]

Year Chart Peak
position
2007 New Zealand Albums (Recorded Music NZ)[1] 36
UK Albums (OCC)[2] 13

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