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London Calling (2019)

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On 14th December 2019, London Calling is 40 years old. Released in 1979, London Calling came at the tail-end of punk as we had known it and was released firmly in the time of the flourishing, more artisan post-punk scene. For The Clash, it was a seismic shift compared to previous albums The Clash (‘77) and Give ‘Em Enough Rope (‘78); both straight, unambiguous punk records.

You could argue that The Clash were almost late to the post-punk party, but instead of hitching an easy ride with PIL or Wire, what London Calling did brilliantly was tap into the ska and dub scenes and create something entirely different. Generally regarded as one of the best post-punk albums of all time, London Calling is available on double black vinyl in a deluxe sleeve, or deluxe CD boxset London Calling: The Scrapbook, which contains a 120-page hardback book full of memorabilia, hand-written lyrics and other previously unseen material.

Released: November 2019
Cat: 19075978671/19075981350
Label: Columbia

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Tracklist

1. London Calling
2. Brand New Cadillac
3. Jimmy Jazz
4. Hateful
5. Rudie Can't Fail
6. Spanish Bombs
7. The Right Profile
8. Lost In The Supermarket
9. Clampdown
10. The Guns Of Brixton
11. Wrong 'Em Boyo
12. Death Or Glory
13. Koka Kola
14. The Card Cheat
15. Lover's Rock
16. Four Horsemen
17. I'm Not Down
18. Revolution Rock
19. Train In Vain