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Inoculated City - The Clash - Combat Rock (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 20,  · The US catalog number FE appears on the spine and both sides of the record. The original UK catalog number FLMN 2 appears on the spine and inner sleeve. The album was packaged in cellophane with one of four stickers on the wrapping. Each sticker featured a head shot of a /5().
  2. Combat Rock Wikipedia article Album by The Clash. Know Your Rights Car Jamming Should I Stay or Should I Go Rock the Casbah Red Angel Dragnet Straight to Hell Overpowered by Funk Atom Tan Sean Flynn Ghetto Defendant Inoculated City Death Is a Star External links Amazon: buy Combat Rock inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfo: search for The Clash • Combat Rock iTunes: buy Combat Rock AllMusic: Combat Rock .
  3. Combat Rock, an Album by The Clash. Released on CBS (catalog no. FMLN 2; Vinyl LP). Genres: New Wave, Punk Rock. Featured peformers: The Clash (producer), Glyn Johns (engineer, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text), Joe Blaney (assistant engineer), Jeremy Green (assistant engineer), Eddie Garcia (assistant engineer), Pennie Smith (photography), Topper Headon (drums), .
  4. Jan 25,  · Media Type: CD Artist: CLASH Title: COMBAT ROCK Street Release Date: 01/25/ Domestic Genre: ROCK/POP inunicmilxikinghometebeasiral.coinfo The final album by the Clash's original Strummer/Jones incarnation is also their most inconsistent/5().
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Combat Rock on Discogs.
  6. 2CD bootleg that has been circulating amongst Clash fans for a long time: CD1 is the infamous Mick Jones version of the eventual album "Combat Rock", commonly referred to as "Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg." CD2 features a number of related outtakes, instrumentals, and live tracks from the Combat Rock/RPFFB era.
  7. Recorded in New York, this album soaked up the atmosphere of the city's vibrant hip-hop and graffiti art scenes, mixing funk, rock, hip-hop and reggae. Combat Rock featured a cameo from beat poet Allen Ginsberg and paid homage to the Scorsese film Taxi Driver. This record was the last to feature the classic Strummer-Jones-Simonon-Headon line-up.
  8. The Clash’s final album to feature the classic lineup, Combat Rock is at once their most basic rock album, and the most bizarre. The Clash had to go through a lot to be able to write a riff as simple and memorable as “Should I Stay or Should I Go.” “Rock the Casbah,” on the other hand, is one of the most effortlessly complex dance songs to ever top the charts.