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London Calling: 40th Anniversary Scrapbook Edition [Deluxe CD/Book]
London Calling: 40th Anniversary Scrapbook Edition [Deluxe CD/Book]
Artist: The Clash
Format: CD

Details

Label: SONY LEGACY
Rel. Date: 11/15/2019
UPC: 190759813508

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DISC: 1

1. London Calling
2. Brand New Cadillac
3. Jimmy Jazz
4. Hateful
5. Rudie Can't Fail
6. Spanish Bombs
7. The Right Profile
8. Lost in the Supermarket
9. Clampdown
10. The Guns of Brixton
11. Wrong 'Em Boyo
12. Death or Glory
13. Koka Kola
14. The Card Cheat
15. Lover's Rock
16. Four Horsemen
17. I'm Not Down
18. Revolution Rock
19. Train in Vain

More Info:

When The Clash's third studio album 'London Calling' was released in the winter of 1979, it was clear that the band had made an instant classic, an era-defining masterpiece that stands as one of rock's all-time greatest albums. The album is a hugely compelling melting pot of musical styles, driven by a passion for action and a fierce desire for social justice, with lyrics which remain completely relevant. This limited edition 120-page, hardback scrapbook contains rarely seen content from the bands personal archives, including handwritten lyrics, Ray Lowry drawings, fanzines, original press cuttings and band images. The Scrapbook has a special clear slip case printed with Ray Lowry's artwork, which can be removed to reveal the Pennie Smith photo below.