The Clash - Clash On Broadway album FLAC
Clash on Broadway is a fine triple-disc, 63-song box set covering the Clash's entire career. As a result, it's a useful box set even for dedicated fans, presenting the band's evolution in a logical fashion. Nevertheless, compilations don't always suit the Clash well because The Clash and London Calling were powerful individual works in their own right, and hearing them cut up in this fashion alters their impact.
Clash on Broadway is a box set compilation album by the punk rock band The Clash, released on Legacy Records in 1991, catalogue E3K 46991. It comprises 64 tracks on three compact discs, spanning the time period from their very first single; "White Riot", in 1977, through the Combat Rock album of 1982. It does not include material from the band's coda led by Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon, resulting in the final album Cut the Crap. It was initially released in longbox form.
The Singles is a compilation album by The Clash. This collection contains the actual A-side recording of the "This Is Radio Clash" single.
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Nom de l'album Clash on Broadway. Date de parution 18 Novembre 1991. Labels CBS Records Epic Records. Style MusicalPunk-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album3. 8. Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice) (Live). 9. Every Little Bit Hurts. 11. Midnight to Stevens. 12. This Is Radio Clash.
Clash On Broadway’, released in the US in November 1991 and in the UK in June 1994, was the first Clash compilation released in the US, and the third released in the UK after ‘The Singles’ in 1991 and B-sides compendium ‘Super Black Market Clash’ in 1993. They released ‘The Clash’ in 1977, following it up with several non-album singles, before releasing ‘Give Em Enough Rope’ in 1978, and ‘The Cost Of Living . ’, an altered version of ‘The Clash’ for the US market, and ‘London Calling’ in 1979. 1977 Revisited – a Collection of Rare Tracks and B-Sides is a compilation CD by The Clash, released in the US in 1990 on Relativity Records via CBS Special Products and compiled by Anthony Valentino. All songs except "London's Burning" later appeared on Clash on Broadway, and later all songs (including "London's Burning") appeared on. It comprises 64 tracks on three compact discs, spanning the time period from their very first single; "White Riot", in 1977 through the Combat Rock album of 1982.