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The Clash United Kingdom 

The best album by The Clash is London Calling which is ranked number 15 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 88,708.

The Clash is ranked number 14 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 111,067.

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The Clash best albums

The following albums by The Clash are ranked highest in the greatest album charts:

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RankAlbumArtist
1.

London CallingUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1979Appears in:2,056 charts
Rank in 1979:1Rank Score:88,708
Rank in 1970s4Overall Rank:15
Average Rating: Top rated 87/100 (2,255 votes)
Comments: 196 comments
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2.

The ClashUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1977Appears in:607 charts
Rank in 1977:6Rank Score:13,792
Rank in 1970s44Overall Rank:176
Average Rating:  82/100 (887 votes)
Comments: 57 comments
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3.

Sandinista!United Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1980Appears in:251 charts
Rank in 1980:9Rank Score:3,787
Rank in 1980s88Overall Rank:603
Average Rating:  75/100 (451 votes)
Comments: 20 comments
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4.

Combat RockUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1982Appears in:268 charts
Rank in 1982:14Rank Score:2,269
Rank in 1980s152Overall Rank:963
Average Rating:  76/100 (439 votes)
Comments: 15 comments
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5.

Give 'Em Enough RopeUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1978Appears in:167 charts
Rank in 1978:24Rank Score:1,737
Rank in 1970s273Overall Rank:1,216
Average Rating:  77/100 (330 votes)
Comments: 13 comments
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6.

Cut The CrapUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1985Appears in:30 charts
Rank in 1985:80Rank Score:225
Rank in 1980s989Overall Rank:6,226
Average Rating:  51/100 (95 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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7.

The Story Of The Clash, Volume 1
Compilation
United Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1988Appears in:8 charts
Rank in 1988:102Rank Score:203
Rank in 1980s1,047Overall Rank:6,705
Average Rating:  79/100 (73 votes)
Comments: 3 comments
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From Here To Eternity: LiveUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1999Appears in:14 charts
Rank in 1999:147Rank Score:157
Rank in 1990s1,638Overall Rank:8,118
Average Rating:  75/100 (62 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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Live At Shea StadiumUnited Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:2008Appears in:6 charts
Rank in 2008:338Rank Score:97
Rank in 2000s3,069Overall Rank:12,088
Average Rating:  73/100 (32 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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10.

The Singles
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United Kingdom The Clash
Year of Release:1991Appears in:5 charts
Rank in 1991:308Rank Score:54
Rank in 1990s3,816Overall Rank:18,756
Average Rating:  76/100 (55 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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Overall band rank: 14

This may not be a complete discography for The Clash. This listing only shows those albums by this artist that appear in at least one chart on this site. If an album is 'missing' that you think deserves to be here, you can include it in your own chart from the My Charts page!

The Clash best tracks

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1.London Calling
(from the album London Calling)
 92/100 (763 votes)
Comments: 14 comments
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2.Train In Vain
(from the album London Calling)
 91/100 (570 votes)
Comments: 9 comments
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3.Rock The Casbah
(from the album Combat Rock)
 89/100 (255 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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4.Spanish Bombs
(from the album London Calling)
 89/100 (468 votes)
Comments: 10 comments
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5.Lost In The Supermarket
(from the album London Calling)
 89/100 (461 votes)
Comments: 9 comments
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6.The Guns Of Brixton
(from the album London Calling)
 89/100 (478 votes)
Comments: 6 comments
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7.Rudie Can't Fail
(from the album London Calling)
 88/100 (452 votes)
Comments: 7 comments
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8.Police & Thieves
(from the album The Clash)
 87/100 (179 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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9.Death Or Glory
(from the album London Calling)
 87/100 (429 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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10.White Riot
(from the album The Clash)
 87/100 (206 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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11.Should I Stay Or Should I Go
(from the album Combat Rock)
 87/100 (218 votes)
Comments: 1 comment
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12.Janie Jones
(from the album The Clash)
 86/100 (186 votes)
Comments: 3 comments
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13.Clampdown
(from the album London Calling)
 86/100 (413 votes)
Comments: 4 comments
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14.Straight To Hell
(from the album Combat Rock)
 86/100 (138 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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15.Safe European Home
(from the album Give 'Em Enough Rope)
 86/100 (86 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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16.Hateful
(from the album London Calling)
 86/100 (415 votes)
Comments: 5 comments
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17.I'm Not Down
(from the album London Calling)
 86/100 (391 votes)
Comments: 3 comments
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18.The Magnificent Seven
(from the album Sandinista!)
 86/100 (109 votes)
Comments: 0 comments
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19.The Card Cheat
(from the album London Calling)
 85/100 (381 votes)
Comments: 8 comments
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20.Brand New Cadillac
(from the album London Calling)
 85/100 (407 votes)
Comments: 4 comments
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The Clash ratings

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84/100 (from 285 votes)
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From Dankel 4 days ago
For me they were the UK punk band, so incredibly influential, they really started the whole punk-reggae cross over. They were only around for a short while but they left some great music behind them - I wish there were more bands like the Clash around today.
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From DeusExMackia 07/04/2017 12:48
Punk rock and other genres blended into something with enough attitude to make you want to shout along to it and enough class to be one of the most respectable, tasteful and significant bands the UK has ever produced. The ultimate mix of politics, social problems and superb musicianship.

An undeniable sound, fueled by the unstoppable capability of Mick Jones and Joe Strummer to produce tight, furious rhythms and glorious, noisy guitar riffs, that proves that simple music can be way more powerful than even the most complex of compositions. The Clash, like many other punk bands, were loud and raucous, but they did it with style and dexterity.

My Dad introduced me to The Clash, and indeed they're probably his favourite band of all time. He's always repeated to me that famous quote that The Clash are "The only band that matters". I don't quite agree, but to suggest that they are anything less than absolutely outstanding is frankly criminal.
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From rliberty 06/04/2017 18:08
I'm not the biggest punk fan, but I really like The Clash, likely because they incorporated other genres and pushed boundaries.
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From sethmadsen 04/03/2016 23:41
I like this and Big Audio Dynamite (project after it for one of their members), and it is good and all, but probably would make my top 50 artists, not top 10 or so.
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From adriagc96 02/17/2016 18:07
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From Wingman 02/14/2016 14:29
Not really that big of a deal in our time,but still a pretty good band with some great stand-outs.
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From daftpunter 10/09/2015 05:09
The Clash were to Sex Pistols what the Dead Kennedy's were to the Ramones. What starts out a comic book parody of music (Ramones), along with legitimate pissed off working class attitude (thank you Reaganomics and Thatcher for the Pistols, DK's, GOF & Minor Threat) the mid-seventies was the birth of Punk. Some bands could play, some write but most were one-off's that never grew out of their original three chord musical abilities.
The Clash were different. The first album (two if you count the American version of 'the Clash') was pure punk in attitude, minimalism, chutzpah. Over-produced 'Give Em Enough Rope' was basically part two. Then...up against the wall financially...in a last gasp to make a living doing this music thing they love, the Clash come up with 'London Calling' and basically change the way the world looked at punk. Their love of Jamaican music and the ska movement in England set them free to make one of the greatest musical statements of the 20th century. They could have stopped there (and many wish they would have) and assured themselves of pure genius immortality but continued on for five more platters before finally disbanding.
Make no doubt it. At the turn of the 80's the Clash were truly the only band that mattered. Long live Joe Strummer!
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From Space-Dementia 09/01/2015 16:00
They have some good songs, but I don't really see the big deal.
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From bojolpif71 02/01/2015 14:07
La période rock progressif s'achevait mais nous ne le savions pas encore même si les envolées de Genesis et Yes devenaient plus pataudes.. Le choc de la déferlante punk fut grand et en dehors des éphémères Sex Pistol , c'est vraiment The Clash qui s'imposa même avec une technique disons rustique.. London calling comme leur meilleure oeuvre sans hésiter.
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