Burning London: The Clash Tribute

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Burning London: The Clash Tribute
Compilation album by
Various Artists
ReleasedMarch 16, 1999
GenrePunk rock
ProducerWayne Connolly, John Doe, Greg Dulli, Stephan Jenkins, David Kahne, Moby, Scotch Ralston, Ralph Sall
Professional ratings
Review scores
Rolling Stone[2]

Burning London: The Clash Tribute is a tribute album to the English punk rock band The Clash. It was released in 1999.[3] A portion of the proceeds from the sales of Burning London will benefit the High Risk Youth Program of the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.[4]

Track listing[edit]

1."Hateful"Joe Strummer, Mick JonesNo Doubt2:58
2."This Is Radio Clash"The ClashThe Urge3:20
3."Should I Stay or Should I Go"The ClashIce Cube, Mack 104:05
4."Cheat"Strummer, JonesRancid2:03
5."Train in Vain"Strummer, JonesThird Eye Blind3:16
6."Clampdown"Strummer, JonesIndigo Girls3:16
7."Rudie Can't Fail"Strummer, JonesThe Mighty Mighty Bosstones3:38
8."(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais"Strummer, Jones3113:52
9."Lost in the Supermarket"Strummer, JonesThe Afghan Whigs4:39
10."White Riot"Strummer, JonesCracker2:49
11."London's Burning"Strummer, JonesSilverchair3:15
12."Straight to Hell"The ClashMoby, Heather Nova7:06
European edition bonus tracks
13."Guns of Brixton"Paul SimononUnwritten Law3:20
14."Rock The Casbah"The ClashPato Banton, Ranking Roger4:08
15."Tommy Gun"Strummer, JonesFace to Face2:58


  1. ^ Pearson, Paul. Burning London: The Clash Tribute at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Rolling Stone review". Rolling Stone.[dead link]
  3. ^ Paul Pearson. "Burning London: The Clash Tribute". Overview. Allmusic. Retrieved 25 March 2010.
  4. ^ Rob Sheffield (27 May 1999). "Burning London: The Clash Tribute". Review. Rolling Stone. Retrieved 25 March 2010.[dead link]

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