The Clash (album) by The Clash
In total, there are 14 music albums by The Clash which appear in the greatest album charts and The Clash is NOT ranked as the best. The best album by The Clash is London Calling which is ranked number 11 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 54,089.
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Members who like this album also like: London Calling by The Clash, The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by David Bowie and Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols by The Sex Pistols.
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The Clash track list
|1.||Janie Jones||85/100 (73 votes)|
|2.||Remote Control||82/100 (54 votes)|
|3.||I'm So Bored With The USA||83/100 (47 votes)|
|4.||White Riot||86/100 (86 votes)|
|5.||Hate & War||81/100 (48 votes)|
|6.||What's My Name||81/100 (48 votes)|
|7.||Deny||79/100 (45 votes)|
|8.||London's Burning||84/100 (60 votes)|
|9.||Career Opportunities||84/100 (53 votes)|
|10.||Cheat||80/100 (44 votes)|
|11.||Protex Blue||80/100 (45 votes)|
|12.||Police & Thieves||84/100 (61 votes)|
|13.||48 Hours||81/100 (41 votes)|
|14.||Garageland||82/100 (45 votes)|
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I prefer London Calling, but this is a solid album. "Janie Jones" is probably my favorite song on here.
The Clash didn't create punk, but they were the greatest punk band ever. I love their albums because of the social comment. My personal favorite tracks in this album are "I'm So Bored with the USA" and "Police and Thieves".
This is my favourite punk album off all time. The UK version, as I think it runs better, and starts with Janie Jones! Anger and passion that can never be compared to.
From today's perspective it is not dirty and rude but the music still sounds very good
This is just a great collection of very relevant punk songs and one of the best debut albums in history. This is my 5th favourite Punk record, after "London Calling", "Ramones", "Rocket To Russia" and "Never Mind The Bollocks"
Good album but not as good as the Pistols.
Better than the UK version... They really should re-release a composite to stop the division. Either way, this is classic 70s punk, and one of the best punk albums ever.
The most pure punk from the Clash. Better than the Sex Pistols and Ramones.
Great debut album!
Cough sweets sometimes lie. They are not getting that tickle out your throat no matter how hard you try. The government also lie. Well not so much as lie but more beat up the populace in the streets as much as the people they are supposed to arrest. Yes, I'm homing in up on 'Police & Thieves'. Some of the guys in The Clash has just promoted themselves from playing the pubs. On this album, their very first I may add, they not only cover a new song for the time but also one which is a totally different genre! Such a step into alien territory should be a beacon to all that this band would go onto much more ambitious projects. I don't mean to like... spoil the ending but yes... they record some great stuff on their run. Meanwhile, this laid back 6 minutes of social observation perfectly encapsulates what this album is about. The working class, trouble, the police, the rich and poor and "The Clash" between which they are named after. Funny that though, this is the most laid back song here. Elsewhere we have the riot immanent 'White Riot' with its brick in the window guitars. There's a claustrophobic yell along named 'What's My Name' which harkens back to The Who's singles heyday if they were having a rather bad nightmare... The Who not The Clash. Plenty more to keep you occupied. And you know what these songs say? They say these are your working class guys. They want a pint and no hassle. Short songs like 'Hate & War' and 'Career Opportunities' you are getting. No beating around the custard bowl, they say what they want and they are done. A loud guitar driven album of protest songs and spit that you won't want to miss.
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