News The Clash To Release Anniversary Edition Of ‘London Calling’. Again.
The Clash are releasing one of those anniversary albums that always seem to pop up in the lead up to Christmas.
are releasing one of those anniversary albums that always seem to appear in the lead up to Christmas.
Luckily for them, their album 'London Calling' was originally released on 14th December 1979, so it's not all cynical trying-to-shift-copies-as-Dad-presents really.
NME.com says this new version of the record will have a slightly different tracklisting to the 25th anniversary edition released a few years back (see, not cynical at all. Ahem.), but it looks pretty much the same to us, just without the 'Vanilla Tapes' bonus CD and maybe with a few more videos, depending on where you read about it online. Is it that different? HMV, Amazon and Wikipedia haven't been a great help in trying to figure it out.
Anyway, the package will contain:
'Brand New Cadillac'
'Rudie Can't Fail'
'The Right Profile'
'Lost In The Supermarket'
'The Guns Of Brixton'
'Wrong 'Em Boyo'
'Death Or Glory'
'The Card Cheat'
'I'm Not Down'
'Train In Vain'
The Last Testament: The Making of London Calling
'London Calling' music video
'Train In Vain' music video
'Clampdown' music video
Home video footage of The Clash recording in Wessex Studios
'London Calling: 30th Anniversary Edition' will be released on 14th December.
Records & Merch
Combat Rock Green Heavyweight Vinyl
London Calling Scrapbook + CD CD Collector's Pack