Revolutionary. Political. These two words sum up the The Clash's double-album 'London Calling'. Tracks such as "Spanish Bombs", "London Calling", and "The Guns of Brixton" explore the band's familiar themes of working-class rebellion and anarchy, and define the album. But there is this is much more than a punk rallying call, as the album combines an eclectic array of styles, including reggae, rockabilly, ska, New Orleans R&B, pop, lounge jazz, and hard rock. The result is one of the greatest rock and roll albums ever recorded. This critical review of the 'London Calling' features rare live performances, alongside interviews with legendary filmmaker and DJ Don Letts (who toured with The Clash), and analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
Tracklisting: - Should I Stay or Should I Go - London's Burning - White Riot - Rock the Casbah - I Fought the Law - London Calling and many more.