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When The Clash's third studio album 'London Calling' was released in the winter of 1979, it was clear that the band had made an instant classic, an era-defining masterpiece that stands as one of rock's all-time greatest albums. The album is a hugely compelling melting pot of musical styles, driven by a passion for action and a fierce desire for social justice, with lyrics which remain completely relevant.

Track Listing:
1. London Calling - The Clash (3.19)
2. Brand New Cadillac - The Clash (2.08)
3. Jimmy Jazz - The Clash (3.54)
4. Hateful - The Clash (2.43)
5. Rudie Can't Fail - The Clash (3.28)
6. Spanish Bombs - The Clash (3.18)
7. The Right Profile - The Clash (3.54)
8. Lost in the Supermarket - The Clash (3.46)
9. Clampdown - The Clash (3.49)
10. The Guns of Brixton - The Clash (3.1)
1. Wrong 'Em Boyo - The Clash (3.1)
2. Death Or Glory - The Clash (3.55)
3. Koka Kola - The Clash (1.47)
4. The Card Cheat - The Clash (3.49)
5. Lover's Rock - The Clash (4.03)
6. Four Horsemen - The Clash (2.55)
7. I'm Not Down - The Clash (3.05)
8. Revolution Rock - The Clash (5.33)
9. Train in Vain - The Clash (3.12)

Year of Production: 1979