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By January 1977, punk had become a major media phenomenon in the UK. On 25 January 1977, The Clash signed to CBS Records for £100,000, a remarkable amount for a band that had played a total of about thirty gigs and almost none as a headliner. As Clash historian Marcus Gray describes, the "band members found themselves having to justify to both the music press and to fans who picked up on the critics' muttered asides about The Clash… read more



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  • Avatar for EDRORR
    Both versions are great, its all The Clash after all.
  • Avatar for Disvisonpunk86
    One the greatest punk rock and roll records ever I have so much ❤️ For this record it's gold and I have a lot of love for the clash 👊😎❤️ Oi Oi
  • Avatar for VadiushaKomarov
    rating 9.5/10
  • Avatar for Gedankee
    U.K. version is better. [4]
  • Avatar for kanto_sho
    U.K version have better mix, Get it + singles album.
  • Avatar for Knarrenheinz98
    U.S. version is better. [3]
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  • Avatar for asmackofham
    "(White Man In) Hammersmith Palais" is my favorite Clash song, but I still prefer the UK version. It just flows better.
  • Avatar for k_naruchiha94
    The punk-est Clash album ever.
  • Avatar for NaatySantos
    Best Álbum ♥

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