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The Clash Jun 12
Now the King told the boogie men...
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The Clash May 30
Happy Birthday Topper!
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The Clash May 28
1981: Booked to play 8 shows, wound up playing 17 - the first night of the Bonds Casino run started on this day 28th May. Who was there?
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The Clash May 14
Combat Rock was released on this day in 1982. What's your favourite track? 📻
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The Clash May 11
The Cost of Living EP, released on 11 May 1979 (one week after the UK general election)
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The Clash Apr 30
30 April 1978. The Clash played the Rock Against Racism concert in Victoria Park, Hackney, London. Were you there?
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The Clash Apr 28
Good luck to all running the London Marathon today. On the 17 April 1983 Joe finished the marathon in 4 hours 13 mins . (C) Steve Rapport
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The Clash Apr 23
This is a public service announcement.. On the 23rd April 1982 Know Your Rights was released 📻
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The Clash Apr 18
Hear the full story now: Stay Free: The Story of The Clash narrated by Listen here:
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The Clash Apr 13
To celebrate the birthday of the producer Guy Stevens, here's video footage of him and the band recording London Calling in Wessex Studios:
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JoeStrummer Apr 12
Find this exclusive release at your local indie record shop tomorrow. ‘The Rockfield Studio Tracks’ is a 12” vinyl feat. 2 Joe Strummer songs recorded in 1993 at Rockfield Studios, ’Forbidden City (Demo)’ and a new mix of ‘Cool Impossible’.
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The Clash Apr 8
On the 8th April 1977, the debut album 'The Clash' was released. What's your favourite track? 📻
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The Guardian Apr 7
On my radar: Paul Simonon’s cultural highlights
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The Clash Mar 27
Episodes 1-4 explain the hurdles The Clash faced before landing a deal and shooting to world recognition, with two ground-breaking records, two pivotal tours and everything else that came in between. narrates - Stay Free: The Story of The Clash
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The Clash Mar 18
All the power's in the hands Of people rich enough to buy it. White Riot released on 18 March 1977
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The Good, The Bad & The Queen Mar 12
Paul Simonon talks to about English Gothic, dogs and films. Read the full interview here: Watch here:
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JoeStrummer Mar 12
SCREENING + Q&A | Let’s Rock Again! is a music documentary following as he tours across America and Japan opening the door to an exclusive view of the man never seen before. 25th March | Last tickets at :
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The Clash Feb 28
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The Clash Feb 27
On this day in 1982, The Clash played Thamasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. While there, Pennie Smith shot this album cover. Listen here:
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The Good, The Bad & The Queen Feb 22
Listen to a selection of music as chosen by Paul Simonon as part of a series of playlists from The Good, The Bad & The Queen. 📻
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