This is the record that demonstrates just how profound the “punk-rock” movement of the 1970s was. For over an hour of sustained excellence, the Clash brought together an amazing array of musical influences to achieve a magical statement about rock and roll history with all its streams and about human freedom. Just a few of the highlights: “Guns of Brixton,” “Revolution Rock,” “Jimmy Jazz,” “Lost in the Supermarket,” and maybe most of all the title track that gets the record off to an irresistible start.












Columbia, 1980 [All-Music Guide review]

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