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I Fought The Law - The Clash - The Sounds Of Sinners



Label: Rising Sun Records - RS 12 07 • Format: Vinyl LP, Unofficial Release Pink • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk
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Sound System is a box set collection by the Clash released in September The boom box packaging was designed by Paul Simonon. The set was released simultaneously with 5 Album Studio Setwhich contains only the five studio albums, and a greatest hits package titled The Clash Hits Back.

In a September interview, Mick Jones announced the box sets and hits package will be the final time he works on anything involving the Clash and their music. This is it for me, and I say that with an exclamation mark," Jones said. Mick Jones said, "The concept of the whole thing is best box set ever. Re-mastering's a really amazing thing. That was the musical point of it all, because there's so much there that you wouldn't have heard before. It was like discovering stuff, because the advances in mastering are so immense since the last time [the Clash catalogue] was remastered in the 90s.

All I Fought The Law - The Clash - The Sounds Of Sinners music has been remastered from the original tapes, Jones said. Bassist Simonon highlighted a guitar line on " Safe European Home ", from the band's second album Give 'Em Enough Ropesaying he'd never even heard it before.

PopMatters journalist J. This is definitely a visual treat for Clash fans to add to their mantle. Rob Sheffield of Rolling Stone said "It takes a band as myth-saturated as the Clash to live up to a career-summing box as ambitious as this one. But Joe Strummer and his crew of London gutter-punk romantics fit the bill. All tracks are written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jonesexcept where noted. All tracks are written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jonesexcept where noted.

All lead vocals by Strummer, except "Stay Free" by Jones. Tracks 10—15 from Sound System extras disc 3 are incorrectly credited as dating from December From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Clash. The Guardian. Archived from the original on 29 October Retrieved 17 January Rolling Stone. Retrieved 15 October Sound System at AllMusic. Retrieved 9 September The Telegraph. Hung I Fought The Law - The Clash - The Sounds Of Sinners. UK Albums Chart. Greene, Andy 6 June Combat Rock Cut the Crap.

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  1. Sound System is a box set collection by the Clash released in September The box contains the band's studio albums (but excludes the post-breakup album, Cut the Crap) newly re-mastered by Mick Jones, with a further three discs featuring demos, non-album singles, rarities and B-sides, a DVD with previously unseen footage by both Don Letts and Julien Temple, original promo videos and live Genre: Punk rock.
  2. The Clash - The Sound Of The Sinners (tradução) (Letra e música para ouvir) - As the floods of god / Wash away sin city / They say it was written / In the page of the lord / But i was looking / For that great jazz note / That destroyed /.
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  4. The Sound of Sinners Lyrics: As the floods of God / Wash away sin city / They say it was written / In the page of the Lord / But I was looking / For that great jazz note / That destroyed / The.
  5. US forces blasted loud rock music—including "I Fought the Law" by the Clash—to put pressure on Noriega to give himself up. In , the Clash's version of the song was featured in the video game Sleeping Dogs, as part of a karaoke mini-game. The song appears during the end credits of the film RoboCop and the film War on Everyone.
  6. The Clash "The Sound of the Sinners": As the floods of God Wash away sin city They say it was written In the page of the Lord But I wa.
  7. I know the answer to your question about why the first two tracks of the "Clash Calling" boot are cut (London Calling cuts halfway into the last half of Radio Clash). The source for the audio boot is the video of the show. This video also has the cut.
  8. Sound System is a box set collection by the Clash released in September The box contains the band's studio albums (but excludes the post-breakup album, Cut the Crap) newly re-mastered by Mick Jones, with a further three discs featuring demos, non-album singles, rarities and B-sides, a DVD with previously unseen footage by both Don Letts and Julien Temple, original promo videos and live.

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