The Clash reveal 'London Calling' 30th anniversary edition release details

Album to be re-released on December 14

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The Clash have revealed details of the upcoming 30th anniversary edition of their seminal album 'London Calling'.

Released on December 14, the album will feature a different tracklisting to the 25th anniversary release of the 1979 record.

The re-issue will also feature the Don Letts documentary 'The Last Testament: The Making of London Calling' as well as music videos and home-movie footage of the band.

The tracklisting for 'London Calling: 30th Anniversary Legacy Edition' will be:

'London Calling'
'Brand New Cadillac'
'Jimmy Jazz'
'Hateful'
'Rudie Can't Fail'
'Spanish Bombs'
'The Right Profile'
'Lost In The Supermarket'
'Clampdown'
'The Guns Of Brixton'
'Wrong 'Em Boyo'
'Death Or Glory'
'Koka Kola'
'The Card Cheat'
'Lover's Rock'
'Four Horsemen'
'I'm Not Down'
'Revolution Rock'
'Train In Vain'


'The Last Testament: The Making of London Calling' DVD, including:
'London Calling' music video
'Train In Vain' music video
'Clampdown' music video
Home video footage of The Clash recording in Wessex Studios



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