The Clash Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Clash at Norman Records

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The Clash
London Calling (40th Anniversary)

Wow. Forty years since the Clash unleashed their third album London Calling. Iconic not just because of the more varied music contained within and it's legendary title track but just look at that sleeve will you? They haven't gone completely to town with this just a relatively standard LP (admittedly in special sleeve) and CD reissue plus a CD box set they've called London Calling: The Scrapbook which contains a hardback book full of memorabilia, archive material and lyrics.   
  • CD (19075978672)
  • CD box set (19075981350)

Joe Strummer
Joe Strummer 001

A veritable feast for fans of late Clash legend Joe Strummer here. Joe Strummer 001 actually doesn’t feature any of his recordings with the trailblazing group. Instead the focus is on his solo material - all of his LPs feature here along with some soundtrack work and unreleased wares - and his time with The Mescaleros and The 101ers. Several lavish packages are available including a box-set full of goodies.
  • CD (IGNCD53)

The Clash

The Clash were mocked mercilessly at the time for this sprawling 3LP album which contained 36 tracks taking in funk, reggae, jazz, gospel, rockabilly, folk, dub, rhythm and blues, calypso, disco, and rap. Some of it may be rubbish but lots of it is very very good indeed. Imagine, say, I don't know,  the Libertines making a record like this at the height of their success. Wouldn't happen  - that's why the Clash are special. 
  • Vinyl LP (88985435071)

The Clash
The Clash

The eponymous debut by The Clash was released in 1977. The songs themes dealt with race, sex, politics and economics. It includes the classic short, sharp shock of White Riot and the band’s sublime cover of Junior Murvin’s Police & Thieves, where the band first showed their reggae influences.
  • Vinyl LP (88985348291)

The Clash
London Calling

London Calling was the third album by The Clash and was originally released in 1979. It is widely regarded as the band’s greatest moment and one of the best albums to ever be committed to tape. It comprises a range of styles from punk to reggae and ska to rockabilly and dealt with many issues of the day such as unemployment and racial conflict. Essential.
  • Vinyl Double LP (88875112701)
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The Clash
Give 'Em Enough Rope

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