The Clash - The Singles

The Clash - The Singles

Original Release Date

2007

Release Information

UK CD 2007 (Sony BMG/Columbia – 88697103962)

1 London Calling 3:21
2 Rock The Casbah 3:42
3 Should I Stay Or Should I Go 3:09
4 I Fought The Law 2:41
5 (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 4:01
6 The Magnificent Seven 3:39
7 Bankrobber 4:35
8 The Call Up 5:28
9 Complete Control 3:14
10 White Riot 2:00
11 Remote Control 3:01
12 Tommy Gun 3:17
13 Clash City Rockers 3:49
14 English Civil War (Johnny Comes Marching Home) 2:37
15 Hitsville UK 4:22
16 Know Your Rights 3:42
17 This Is England 3:37
18 This Is Radio Clash 4:11
19 Train In Vain 3:12

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US CD 2008 (Epic/Legacy - 88697 37412 2)

1 London Calling 3:21
2 Rock The Casbah 3:42
3 Should I Stay Or Should I Go 3:09
4 I Fought The Law 2:41
5 (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 4:01
6 The Magnificent Seven 3:39
7 Bankrobber 4:35
8 The Call Up 5:28
9 Complete Control 3:14
10 White Riot 2:00
11 Remote Control 3:01
12 Tommy Gun 3:17
13 Clash City Rockers 3:49
14 English Civil War (Johnny Comes Marching Home) 2:37
15 Hitsville UK 4:22
16 Know Your Rights 3:42
17 This Is England 3:37
18 This Is Radio Clash 4:11
Bonus Tracks
19 Train In Vain 3:12
20 Groovy Times 3:28

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PUNKY GIBBON: The fourth Clash comp with this title, after the 1979 Japanese box set (here), the 1991 CD (here) and the 2006 box set (here). This just presents the UK A-Sides, and not even in chronological order, and lobs in 'Train In Vain' (which was a US single) at the end. Then merely swipes the art from the box set for the cover.

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