I'd say they were really uneven, some pretty bad stuff but their high points are really fantastic. Contact, Medicine Show, Much Worse, Rewind, When the time Comes and a few others are easily up there with Mick Jones' and Don Letts' best.
Good Coachella set! Sadly, it seems Mick Jones, one of the grandfathers of punk (and hence alternative music, and a whole lot of the bands that played at Coachella), drew a smaller audience than flavor-of-the-month Mumford and Sons, who were playing at the same time. Oh well!
The Globe is a fun album in the lamest/cheesiest way possible. It was my favorite album when my parents bought it for me before I'd even reached kindergarten. At that point, I obviously really didn't know what the concept of a "band" was. After getting into The Clash maybe 10-12 years later, I discovered them and was shocked at how well I remembered the music. There's a lot of bands I have nostalgic moments with but BAD was definitely one of the stronger ones.