London Calling – (Duplicate Imported from WooCommerce)

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eissue of the 1979 and third album by 'the only band that matters'. It features all 19 of the original tracks, including the hidden hit 'Train in Vain. Bursting at the seams with creative energy, The Clash's stunning 1979 double album is now considered one of the greatest albums of all time. With ex-Mott the Hoople producer Guy Stevens harnessing their sound as never before, the band yielded what proved to be the best work of their career. Bouncing from hard rock (the apocalyptic vision of the title track) to rockabilly ('Brand New Cadillac') to reggae ('Judy Can't Fail') to pop (the top 40 hit 'Train in Vain'), The Clash knocked down all musical walls.


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
Format: 2xLP
Label: Columbia Sony Music
Catalogue numbers: 88875112701

Companies:
Distributed By-Sony Music Entertainment
Phonographic Copyright (p)-Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Copyright (c)-Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Pressed By-Record Industry
Published By-Nineden Ltd.
Published By-Universal Music Publishing
Published By-Carlin Music Corp.
Published By-Island Music Ltd.
Published By-Copyright Control
Recorded At-Wessex Sound Studios
Remastered At-Metropolis Mastering

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-8 88751 12701 2
Barcode-888751127012
Matrix / Runout-timtom 13545 1A 88875112701
Matrix / Runout-96486 1A MOVLP 863
Matrix / Runout-timtom 13545 1B 88875112701
Matrix / Runout-[Ⓜ Logo] 96486 1B MOVLP 863
Matrix / Runout-timtom 13545 1C 88875112701
Matrix / Runout-[Ⓜ Logo] 96486 1C MOVLP 863
Matrix / Runout-timtom 13545 1D 88875112701
Matrix / Runout-96486 1D MOVLP 863
Rights Society-BIEM / GEMA
Label Code-LC 12723
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



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