The Clash - From Here To Eternity
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The timing of this record must surely be a joke....
The timing of this record must surely be a joke. As 1999 hobbles towards its conclusion and the music industry collectively digs its fingernails into the cliff face and prays to God that something (anything) will happen soon, Columbia release this: a live snapshot of arguably the greatest British band of the last 20 years, and a record that throws all too much perspective on our current crop...
- Oct 11, 1999
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- Complete Control (Live)
- London's Burning (Live)
- What's My Name (Live)
- Clash City Rockers (live)
- Career Opportunities (Live)
- (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (Live)
- Capital Radio (Live)
- City Of The Dead (Live)
- I Fought the Law (live)
- London Calling (live)
- Armagideon Time (Live)
- Train in Vain (live)
- guns of brixton (live)
- The Magnificent Seven (Live)
- Know Your Rights (live)
- Should I Stay Or Should I Go (Live)
- Straight To Hell (Live)
- Jun 1, 2007
They did it all...
- Mar 21, 2003
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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