The Clash - Live At Shea Stadium
NME.COM feature on The Clash - Live At Shea Stadium album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 06 October 2008
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- Kosmo Vinyl Introduction
- London Calling
- Police On My Back
- The Guns of Brixton
- Tommy Gun
- Magnificent 7
- Armagideon Time
- Magnificent 7 (Return)
- Rock The Casbah
- Train In Vain
- Career Opportunities
- Spanish Bombs
- English Civil War
- Should I Stay Or Should I Go
- I Fought The Law
- Jun 1, 2007
They did it all...
- Mar 21, 2003
The timing of this record must surely be a joke....
- Oct 11, 1999
The special package will include remasters of the band's first five albums
The guitarist was given the Liverpool nod because of his work with the Justice Collective
Plaza Joe Strummer to be opened in Granada following online petition
The Clash - Live At Shea Stadium: Wikipedia Album Entry
This CD is a recording of a concert that took place on 13th October 1982, Shea Stadium, New York.
The Clash toured the US supporting The Who in 1982. David Johansen (ex-New York Dolls) was also on the bill.
Topper Headon had been fired and was replaced on drums by Terry Chimes - the drummer on the band's eponymous debut album. Terry joined Joe Strummer (vocals, guitar), Mick Jones (guitar, vocals), Paul Simonon (bass, vocals) forming the line up for the concert featured on this CD.
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