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    In , Epic released the double-disc, track compilation The Story of the Clash, Volume 1 presenting a relatively thorough overview of their career. In March , a reissue of "Should I Stay or Should I Go" gave the band its first and only number 1 UK progressive.fivegallonbucket.netinfoation albums: 9.
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    Dec 10,  · referencing The Story Of The Clash Volume 1, 2xCD, Comp, E2K This is the perfect release for anybody who is starting their collection of The Clash. Though there was perhaps a couple surprising ommissions ("Charlie Don't Surf" being one of them.) from this release, it still gives a good insight of the music from one of the most important /5().
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    May 18,  · "Story of the Clash 1" has some excellent music of the popular England punks from the 70's/80's. "The Magnificent Seven" is a funky song with some very silly lyrics (a car in the fridge, a fridge in the car.). "London Calling" is a song of political action that isn't preachy or over the top, but rocks out/5(23).
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    In some ways, the double-disc, track compilation The Story of the Clash, Vol. 1 does its job quite well -- if the job is indeed presenting a relatively thorough overview for casual fans. The great majority of the band's hits and signature tunes are here, including album tracks and such non-LP singles as "Bankrobber," "Armagideon Time," and "Capital Radio," albeit in nonchronological order.8/
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Story Of The Clash - Volume 1 on Discogs.
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    Jan 03,  · This is The Story of the Clash, Volume 1 (there is no Volume 2). It features minutes of some of the Clash's best songs. Of course, this isn't all the good material they recorded, but everything here is great, so that makes it 5 stars in my book/5(12).
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    "Story of the Clash 1" has some excellent music of the popular England punks from the 70's/80's. "The Magnificent Seven" is a funky song with some very silly lyrics (a car in the fridge, a fridge in the car.). "London Calling" is a song of political action that isn't preachy or over the top, but rocks out/5.

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