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Audio Ammunition: Exclusive Clash Documentary
In this exclusive documentary featuring never-before-seen footage of the late, great Joe Strummer, all four members of “the only band that matters” walk us through the making of each of their classic albums. Newly re-mastered versions of those albums are available below, along with a new hits collection based on the set list from one of Joe’s favorite gigs. Plus, four contemporary bands inspired by the Clash’s legacy offer their own takes on the band’s songs. If you already love the Clash, watch and listen and we guarantee you’ll hear something new. If you don’t, you’ll hear why you should.
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The Clash Hits Back

The Clash
32 reasons to love this band. Track listing based on the set list from an '82 gig in Brixton.

Sound System

The Clash
This digital version of the new boxed set features all 5 studio albums plus over 50 (!) demos, outtakes and live tracks.

5 Studio Album Set

The Clash
All five of the band’s studio albums, lovingly re-mastered. Mick Jones insists you’ll hear things you missed before.

The Clash

The Clash
Their blistering debut. As fierce and revelatory today as it was over thirty years ago.

Give 'Em Enough Rope

The Clash
Watch part 2 of our documentary to learn how producer Sandy Pearlman got that astonishing snare sound on “Tommy Gun.”

London Calling

The Clash
The best album ever recorded in the history of the universe. Really.

Sandinista

The Clash
Sprawling, ambitious, and a bit daft, this 3-LP set makes more sense after learning about the “spliff bunker.”

Combat Rock

The Clash
The band splintered after this album. You know the hits, but check out “Straight to Hell”–it’s a masterpiece.

Uncovered Sessions -- The Clash "London Calling"

Corey Taylor
Slipknot and Stone Sour front-man shows how this tune loses none of its urgency when played acoustically.

Uncovered Sessions -- The Clash "The Guns of Brixton"

Kurt Vile
A faithful interpretation of the first song written and sung by bassist Paul Simonon.

Uncovered Sessions -- The Clash "Spanish Bombs"

Surfer Blood
In retrospect, we guess “Spanish Bombs” kinda does sound like a Surfer Blood tune.

Uncovered Sessions -- The Clash "Train in Vain"

Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
This piano-and-horn-driven take on “Train in Vain” emphasizes the pop side of the Clash.

House of Gold & Bones Part 2

Stone Sour
Slipknot's Corey Taylor + Jim Root conclude an intense two-part concept album.

Wakin On a Pretty Daze

Kurt Vile
More fuzz and guts that rewards repeated listens.

Pythons

Surfer Blood
Indie heroes admirably avoid the sophomore album slump.

We the Common

Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
In which Thao Nguyen proves she can be just as intense while playing folk-inspired tunes.

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Audio Ammunition Part 5
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Combat Rock, and how the band didn't have answers.
Corey Taylor: "London Calling"
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An acoustic take on a Clash classic.
Kurt Vile: "The Guns of Brixton"
Kurt Vile: "The Guns of Brixton"
Excellent, hypnotic version of this bass-heavy tune.
Surfer Blood: "Spanish Bombs"
Surfer Blood: "Spanish Bombs"
Performed live for our cameras.
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down: "Train in Vain"
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down: "Train in Vain"
Watch the song come together in the studio.