Rare Clash footage set for release

New DVD collects together legend's classic performances

The Clash will release a new live DVD this spring containing rare archive footage of the band.

‘The Clash Live: Revolution Rock’, will be released via Epic/Legacy in the US on April 15. A UK release date is yet to be confirmed.

The footage will charts “the live transformation of the band” and features 22 performances from 1977 up to 1983.


The band’s long time visual collaborator Don Letts, who produced the DVD, has contributed his own footage for the project.

The DVD will also contain two interviews with the band, filmed in 1981.

The track listing is:

‘Complete Control’ (From ‘The Essential Clash’)

‘I Fought The Law’ (Jan 1979, London Lyceum)

‘Police & Thieves’ (Jan 1980, Aylesbury Friars)


‘What’s My Name’ (Nov 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)

‘Capitol Radio One’ (Nov 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)

‘White Riot’ (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)

‘I’m So Bored With The USA’ (Nov 1978, Manchester Apollo)

‘London’s Burning’ (April 1978 London Victory Park)

‘1977’ (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)

‘(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais’ (July 1978 Glasgow Apollo)

‘Tommy Gun’ (1978)

‘Safe European Home’ (July 1978, London Music Machine)

‘London Calling’ (June 1981, New York Bonds International Casino)

‘Clampdown’ (Feb 1980, Lewisham Odeon)

‘The Guns Of Brixton’ (April 1980, Fridays)

‘Train In Vain’ (Feb 1980, Lewisham Odeon)

‘This Is Radio Clash’ (June 1981, The Tomorrow Show)

‘The Magnificent Seven’ (June 1981, The Tomorrow Show)

‘Brand New Cadillac’ (Feb 1982, Tokyo Sun Plaza)

‘Should I Stay or Should I Go’ (Oct 1982, New York Shea Stadium)

‘Know Your Rights’ (May 1983, US Festival)