Combat Rock

Combat Rock

by The Clash

CD(Remastered)

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/25/2000
Label: Sony
UPC: 0074646389621
catalogNumber: 63896
Rank: 9704

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Clash   Primary Artist
Allen Ginsberg   Vocals,Background Vocals
Joe Ely   Vocals,Background Vocals
Joe Strummer   Guitar,Vocals
Ellen Foley   Vocals,Background Vocals
Gary Barnacle   Saxophone
Tymon Dogg   Piano,Vocals
Mick Jones   Guitar,Vocals
Poly Mandell   Keyboards
Paul Simonon   Bass

Technical Credits

Clash   Composer
Joe Strummer   Composer
Joe Blaney   Engineer
Topper Headon   Contributor
Mick Jones   Composer
Pennie Smith   Sleeve Photo
Jerry Green   Engineer

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Combat Rock 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
grg More than 1 year ago
..."if this is a sellout, it sure is a strange way to sellout," or something to that effect, and I agree. The music here is very eclectic, yet is melodic and accessible. This is great music, and essential Clash. Don't let anyone tell you any different. There's some maturity on this record, that's for sure, but I think that makes it all the better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The CD contains lots of great songs a few classics and it also has a song for everone so you will find something to like on the disc. There are classics and greatest hits like "Should I Stay or Should I Go", "Rock the Casbah", and "Know Your Rights". So, you have a good chance to find stuff in hear your gonna like. This ain't no sell out, this is The Clash!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Clash is a totally awesome band. The reggae/pioneer punk crossover gives it a lot of kick. I've heard better albums, but this one is still great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While it appears to be their sellout album Combat Rock is in actuallity one of their most inovated works. Easily one of their best records even if some of the songs are severly overplayed.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
Sure, its more Pop than Punk but The Clash pulls it off well. Big hits with "Should I stay or should I go" and "Rock the Casbah". This feels like a step down from the greatness of London Calling, and it is, but at some point you have to be able to pay the bills and The Clash cashed in with this one while making some pretty good pop hits. Frankly, theres nothing wrong with making some entertaining pop hits especially when they are this good.
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