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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Watch the Trailer for Upcoming Clash Documentary

posted by on February 27 at 14:32 PM

The DVD, by filmmaker and Grammy-winning producer Don Letts, will be in stores April 15th.

See the tracklisting after the jump.

1. Complete Control (From The Essential Clash)
2. I Fought the Law (Jan. 1979, London Lyceum)
3. Police & Thieves (Jan. 1980, Aylesbury Friars)
4. What’s My Name (Nov. 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)
5. Capitol Radio One (Nov. 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)
6. White Riot (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)
7. I’m So Bored With the U.S.A. (Nov. 1978, Manchester Apollo)
8. London’s Burning (April 1978 London Victory Park)
9. 1977 (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)
10. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (July 1978 Glasgow Apollo)
11. Tommy Gun (1978)
12. Safe European Home (July 1978, London Music Machine)
13. London Calling (June 1981, New York Bonds International Casino)
14. Clampdown (Feb. 1980, Lewisham Odeon)
15. The Guns of Brixton (April 1980, Fridays)
16. Train in Vain (Feb. 1980, Lewisham Odeon)
17. This Is Radio Clash (June 1981, The Tomorrow Show)
18. The Magnificent Seven (June 1981, The Tomorrow Show)
19. Brand New Cadillac (Feb. 1982, Tokyo Sun Plaza)
20. Should I Stay or Should I Go (Oct. 1982, New York Shea Stadium)
21. Know Your Rights (May 1983, US Festival)
22. Career Opportunities (Oct. 1982, New York Shea Stadium)

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from my count, 3 of the 22 tracks were previously released on 'from here to eternity', which kind of sucks considering the amount of music that could have possibly been used.

Posted by cosby | February 27, 2008 2:41 PM

well, a lot more than that has been previously released between the old 'this is video clash' collections, the 'rude boy' film, 'westway to the world,' and other punk docs, but i guess it's convenient to have it all and more in one place.

Posted by chops | February 27, 2008 4:40 PM

Man, the chick on the voiceover and commentary is pretty bad. It sounds kinda like the old MTV VJ Nina Blackwood. But I'm still psyched for this.

Posted by dan10things | February 27, 2008 6:16 PM

With you about the narrator.

Posted by poster Girl | February 28, 2008 2:11 PM

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