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The Singles CD

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  • Audio CD (4 Jun. 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: SonyBMG
  • ASIN: B000PHW20O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. London Calling
  2. Rock The Casbah
  3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go
  4. I Fought The Law
  5. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais
  6. The Magnificent Seven
  7. Bankrobber
  8. The Call Up
  9. Complete Control
  10. White Riot
  11. Remote Control
  12. Tommy Gun
  13. Clash City Rockers
  14. English Civil War
  15. Hitsville U.K.
  16. Know Your Rights
  17. This Is England
  18. This Is Radio Clash
  19. Train In Vain

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Amazon have made a couple of major errors with their information for this listing;

The track selection shown on this page should be for the original 1991 release of "The Singles", but it's not. Instead Amazon have incorrectly used the tracklisting for a different compilation of the same name, a 2007 release (with a large star on the front cover), which added a track (This Is England). That 2007 compilation also completely randomises the running order and has a mastering which reduces the album's dynamic range substantially. Amazon have on this page also made the mistake of mixing together reviews for the 2007 and 1991 releases.

So. The correct album for this listing is the original compilation titled "The Singles", released in 1991 and with a cover image showing Joe Strummer throwing a guitar. And that's the version reviewed here.

Now, as Clash compilations go this one is almost faultless. It's a straightforward collection of the band's UK singles from 1977 to 1982, flowing in chronological order from White Riot (the version used on the original single, a completely different recording to that which appeared on the band's debut LP) and concluding with Should I Stay Or Should I Go.

My sole complaint is the inclusion of Hitsville UK, a track which sounds like a 1980's Phil Collins B-side, completely out of keeping with the solidly classic nature of the surrounding material. It would have been very easy for the record company to quietly neglect to include this track and I doubt anyone would have noticed, certainly not casual listeners. Hitsville UK was such a low-key and low-charting release that I even know of Clash fans who are unaware it was a single.
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It's The Clash. It's their singles.It's a feel-alive, must-have album for those who remember the band originally and all their children who believe that their parents were never this cool.
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What can I say brill blast from the past.
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Nice listen to when chilling or exercising
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You can have too much of the Clash
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RiffAGE.. ..
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Not wishing to dismiss some stunning album tracks and excellent B-sides, The Clash's singles were an amazingly consistent statement.

There is no filler on here. From the punk blast of "White Riot" through to the oustanding "White Man In Hammersmith Palais" the first half of this album is gritty, intelligent and essential. The latter part of this collection shows a wider influence - Motown on "Hitsville UK" and rockabilly-drone on "Know Your Rights".

So being just a singles collection it omits such gems as "Guns of Brixton" and "Straight To Hell" but this remains an excellent singles collection from one of the greatest bands that ever walked the planet.
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If you're interested enough to read this, I needn't tell you how wonderful The Clash were, "on vinyl" and live.
This is a wonderful box set, very thoughtfully put together and produced. Personally I can take or leave the booklet - "stars" recollections of the first time they heard The Clash etc etc pale into comparison with my own personal memories of way back in 1977 !!!
Yes, truly wonderful collection of songs in beautifully re-produced original 7" single covers.............
...but **** BE WARNED ****..... Much to my frustration, the "Cost of Living" EP DOES NOT include the 50 second or so "Advert" that was tagged onto the end of "Capital Radio" originally. For all the effort that was made to produce this box set, how could this have been overlooked?? Especially as it is apparently included on the Japanese Version ??!!??
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