The Clash - Clash on Broadway (disc 3)
NME.COM feature on The Clash - Clash on Broadway (disc 3) album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 19 November 1991
They did it all...
Without The Clash , NME would be a much drabber place. No Clash = no Nirvana , no Manics , no REM , no U2 , no Libertines , no Radio 4 , no anyone. Like a punk Marquis Of Queensbury, The Clash set the rules by which all indie/alt bands since have played by. This was a band that fused self-righteous ire and left-leaning political idealism with Mick Jones' love of...
- Mar 21, 2003
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- Police On My Back
- The Magnificent Seven
- The Leader
- The Call Up
- Somebody Got Murdered
- Washington Bullets
- Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)
- Every Little Bit Hurts
- Stop The World
- Midnight to Stevens
- This Is Radio Clash
- Cool Confusion
- Red Angel Dragnet (edit)
- Ghetto Defendant (edit)
- Rock The Casbah
- Should I Stay Or Should I Go
- Straight to Hell (Unedited version)
- Street Parade (Not Listed on CD)
- Jun 1, 2007
The timing of this record must surely be a joke....
- Oct 11, 1999
Pair say they're pleased they didn't accept offers to reunite
Guitarist confirms he worked on new material in the studio around 2002
The band's 13-disc 'Sound System' boxset will be released later this month
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