When punk arrived in the UK in the mid seventies it sent shock waves around the country. Spearheading the musical assault on all we had previously known were The Clash - a mighty punk rock machine that exhilarated its audience and recklessly combined influences such as dub reggae, rockabilly and ska. This superb re-appraisal of the band and its work delves deep into Clash history to separate the fact from the fiction. What better way to do this than to hear from those who were in around the band during their glory days. Stepping before the camera are the band's original drummer Terry Chimes, legendary roadie Johnny Green and Robin Banks, the band's minder and resident hellraiser. Add to these unique contributions with interviews with musicians of the calibre of Clash keyboard player Micky Gallagher, film director Don Letts, plus noted authors Caroline Coon and Chris Salewicz and you have the ingredients for the greatest Clash retrospective ever released.
Tracklisting: - London's Calling. - White Riot. - Should I Stay or Should I Go. - I Fought the Law. - Poliece and Thieves.