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Remote Control - The Clash - The Clash (CD, Album)

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  1. Album originally released in This is a remastered reissue. It is part of the "The Clash 5 Studio Album LP Set" box.
  2. Complete Control Lyrics: They said, "Release 'Remote Control'" / But we didn't want it on the label / They said, "Fly to Amsterdam" / The people laughed, but the press went mad / .
  3. Never Mind the Bollocks may have appeared revolutionary, but the Clash's eponymous debut album was pure, unadulterated rage and fury, fueled by passion for both rock & roll and revolution. Though the cliché about punk rock was that the bands couldn't play, the key to the Clash is that although they gave that illusion, they really could play -- hard.. The charging, .
  4. Clash: Uk Version CD music This is a great album. It has songs on it that dosnt have on us version because they didnt the americans would truely understand what they were tring to tell their fans and this album is gnarly. By aaron (lehighton,pa).
  5. 3. This Is Radio Clash 4. Should I Stay Or Should I Go 5. Straight To Hell 6. Armagideon Time 7. Clampdown 8. Train In Vain 9. The Guns Of Brixton I Fought The Law Somebody Got Murdered Lost In The Supermarket Bankrobber In Hammersmith Palais London's Burning Janie Jones Tommy Gun Complete Control Capital.
  6. The Clash London Calling 40th Japan Mini LP 2 Blu-spec CD With Sticker $ New Clash on Broadway [Box] [Remaster] by The Clash (CD, Jan, 3 Discs, Legacy).
  7. "White Riot" () "Remote Control" () "Complete Control" () "Remote Control" is a song by The Clash, featured on their debut album, and is written against oppression and pebefakarrebyvijecoutetavan.coinfo Control" is a song by The Clash, featured on their debut album, and is written against oppression and conformity.
  8. I always though The Clash are this mediocre semi-punk band that aged terribly bad with just a few decent songs, but when I heard the opener on this album (US version, i.e. Clash City Rockers I was hooked. After the next few songs I realised what I fool I was – a good opener does not a good album make.

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