London Calling (album) by The Clash
In total, there are 14 music albums by The Clash which appear in the greatest album charts and London Calling is ranked as the best.
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|THE CLASH-LONDON CALLING Greek Orange Lbl 1st Issue 1979 EX++ LYRICS
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London Calling track list
|1.||London Calling||90/100 (323 votes)|
|2.||Brand New Cadillac||84/100 (149 votes)|
|3.||Jimmy Jazz||83/100 (139 votes)|
|4.||Hateful||85/100 (155 votes)|
|5.||Rudie Can't Fail||86/100 (175 votes)|
|6.||Spanish Bombs||86/100 (169 votes)|
|7.||The Right Profile||83/100 (130 votes)|
|8.||Lost In The Supermarket||86/100 (168 votes)|
|9.||Clampdown||85/100 (150 votes)|
|10.||The Guns Of Brixton||87/100 (184 votes)|
|11.||Wrong 'Em Boyo||84/100 (136 votes)|
|12.||Death Or Glory||86/100 (162 votes)|
|13.||Koka Kola||82/100 (125 votes)|
|14.||The Card Cheat||85/100 (142 votes)|
|15.||Lover's Rock||82/100 (127 votes)|
|16.||Four Horsemen||81/100 (122 votes)|
|17.||I'm Not Down||85/100 (147 votes)|
|18.||Revolution Rock||83/100 (129 votes)|
|19.||Train In Vain||89/100 (232 votes)|
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The 70s had a great end with this near masterpiece. It encoporates lots of musical elements while still maintaing a punk edgy sound. Lyrics are cool in theory and in execution it's tremendous. Only let down is that I'm apprehensive on repeat listenings, but regardless this is an inevitable game changer in punk music. It also has my favourite album cover of all time.
A lot of samey tracks, but still a punk classic.
Best tracks: London Calling, Train in Vain
This album transcends categorization: it is an awesome, thrilling, inspirational tour de force. Every time I listen to it, it energizes me in a way that few pieces of art can.
Brilliant album. Guns Of Brixton and I'm Not Down being favourites.
Inspired. Political. London Calling is filled with an immediacy that forces their message into focus. The songs are concise capsules of melodic passion.
Gets better with every listen, most albums will die with age, but this one somehow just keeps getting better and better. It's like it somehow cheated perfection, and kept going past the barrier that holds back all of the other classic albums.
This album is almost too good. Not a single one of the songs is less than fantastic. This is better than all of the albums in the top 10 on the overall chart.
Greatest classic punk record as far if you ask me.
Used to love this album so much. 'Hateful' and 'Spanish Bombs' were a pleasure for my youth and I can still remember trying to write a song like 'The Card Cheat'. This album sees Clashy doing different things. Loud guitars are gone though. I suppose they were challenging themselves.
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