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The Clash - White Riots In New York Live 1979 [WHITE VINYL] [LIMITED EDITION] - £9.99 @ Amazon Prime (+£2.99 non-Prime)
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The Clash - White Riots In New York Live 1979 [WHITE VINYL] [LIMITED EDITION] - £9.99 @ Amazon Prime (+£2.99 non-Prime)

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THE CLASH - WHITE RIOTS IN NEW YORK

LIMITED JAPAN EDITION ON WHITE VINYL

The classic line up of the Clash lasted for five years from 1977 to 1982 and featured lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Joe Strummer, lead guitarist and vocalist Mick Jones, bassist Paul Simonon and drummer Nicky 'Topper' Headon. Give 'Em Enough Rope, the second studio album, was released on 10 November 1978. The album was a huge success and by 1979 the Clash had begun to make serious inroads into the US market.

White Riots In New York is the legendary Clash broadcast from The Palladium NYC on 21st September 1979. This powerful recording captures The Clash at the peak of their form performing material from Give 'Em Enough Rope and The Clash and their soon to be released third album London Calling.

Featuring Cover Illustrations by Ray Lowry - The Official Clash 'War Artist', who toured with The Clash and sketched them on stage and in rehearsal.

Track Listing:

Side 1
1. Safe European Home
2. I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.
3. London Calling
4. Jail Guitar Doors
5. Clash City Rockers
6. Police And Thieves

Side 2
1. Capital Radio
2. Tommy Gun
3. Wrong 'Em Boyo
4. Janie Jones
5. Garageland
6. Career Opportunites
7. What's My Name
8. White Riot
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Thanks ordered 1,979
Ordered. Thanks. I always buy coloured disks.
Buy, file, forget.
FunkiestMonkey07/01/2020 22:35

Ordered. Thanks. I always buy coloured disks.



I'm also a sucker for coloured vinyl

Ordered, thanks
Id be careful with these live japanese lps. The quality of sound is always very dubious. And they arnt really legit Clash releases.
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