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The Clash is the debut studio album by English punk rock band the Clash. It was released on 8 April 1977 through CBS Records. Written and recorded over three weeks in February of 1977 for a paltry £4,000, it would go one to reach on the UK charts, and has been included on many retrospective rankings as one of the greatest punk albums of all time
The Clash - live at The Lochem Festival, The Netherlands - May 20, 1982 - VPRO-3VOOR12. The Clash this weekend. Recorded live at the Lochem Festival in the Netherlands on May 20th, 1982 and preserved for posterity by the venerable Netherlands radio network VPRO and their flagship station 3VOOR12-FM. This is a significant Clash concert. It was also an important appearance because it coincided with the release of their-then latest album Combat Rock. Even though only three songs from the new album are performed, it was still an important gig for the band, as it was around this time things were starting to fall apart, and tensions within the band threatened to reach the boiling point. It’s a significant concert historically, but it’s not one of the best musically.
May 20, 1982, Lochem Festival, Holland. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat. Live In Lockem Holland 1982 (CDr, Album, Unofficial).
Recorded live at the Lochem Festival in the Netherlands on May 20th, 1982 and preserved for posterity by the venerable Netherlands radio network VPRO This is a significant Clash concert. It marks the very final appearance of founding member, Drummer Topper Headon, and the reappearance of Joe Strummer, who had mysteriously dropped out of sight a while earlier. Even though only three songs from the new album are performed, it was still an important gig for the band, as it was around.
Nevertheless its contribution cannot be neglected and bands like The Clash are somehow in the history of rock. By the 80's they lost their wild nature and positioned them in a more "poppy" fashion. This is taken from that period, from a nice radio broadcast in Belgium, which was basically the beginning of the band's disintegration. I believe this is one of the earliest shows with Terry Chimes on the drumkit since he had rejoined the band. Clash - 1982-05-10 Lochem flac.
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Bo Diddley - Road Runner (Live At The Lochem Festival, 1984) Album. Send "Bo Diddley" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Road Runner (Live At The Lochem Festival, 1984).
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|A3||The Guns Of Brixton|
|A4||Train In Vain|
|A5||Know Your Rights|
|A6||The Magnificent Seven|
|B2||Should I Stay Or Should I Go|
|B3||Police And Thieves|
|B4||Brand New Cadillac|
NotesLive from Lochem Festival, Holland. Green vinyl
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