Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Know Your Rights. The song is from the album: Combat Rock
|What songs begins with: Well - I got a friend - Who's a man - What man? - The man who keeps me from the lovely - He gives me what I need - What you need...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Hateful. The song is from the album: London Calling
|What songs begins with: Let me tell you 'bout Wayne and his deals of cocaine - A little more every day - Holding for a friend - Till the band do well - Than the D.E.A. locked him away...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Jail Guitar Doors. The song is from the album: The Clash
|What songs begins with: Midnight to six - Man for the first time from Jamaica - Dillinger and Leroy Smart Delroy Wilson - Your cool operator Ken Boothe...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
White Man In Hammersmith Palais. The song is from the album: The Clash
|What songs begins with: Someone lights a cigarette - While riding in a car - Some ol' guy takes a swing - And passes back the jar...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Somebody Got Murdered. The song is from the album: Sandinista
|What songs begins with: They cried the tears - They shed the fears - Up and down the land - They stole guitars - Or used guitars - So the tape would understand...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Hitsville U.K.. The song is from the album: Sandinista
|What songs begins with: Ring! Ring! - It's seven a.m. - Move y'self to go again - Cold water in the face - Brings you back to this awful place...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
The Magnificent Seven. The song is from the album: Sandinista
|What songs begins with: Say you stand by your man - Tell me something I don't understand - You said you love me - And that's a fact - Then you left me...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Train in Vain. The song is from the album: London Calling
|What songs begins with: If you can play on the fiddle - How's about a British jig and reel? - Speaking King's English in quotation - As railhead towns feel the steel mills...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Straight To Hell. The song is from the album: Combat Rock
|What songs begins with: Now the king told the boogie man - You have to let that raga drop - The oil down the desert way - Has been shakin' to the top...?||First Lines from The Clash Songs
Rock The Casbah. The song is from the album: Combat Rock
Combat Rock. "Combat Rock" was released in 1982 and had two of the Clash's greatest hits: "Rock the Casbah" and "Should I Stay or Should I Go?". Other highlights include "Straight to Hell" and "Atom Tan".
Super Black Market Clash. "Super Black Market Clash" was released in 1993, and it consisted of 21 remixes and unreleased songs. The best ones are "Gates of the West", "1977", "Listen", and "Groovy Times".
Give 'em Enough Rope. They're all from "Give 'em Enough Rope", their second release.
|I tell you the songs, you tell me the album: "Death is a Star" - "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" - "Straight to Hell".||The Clash General Trivia
Combat Rock. They are all from "Combat Rock". "Death is a Star" is the last song, while "Should..." is the third one and "Straight to Hell" the fifth on my edition.
|From which song are these lyrics: "don't use the rules / they're not for you / they're for the fools"?||The Clash General Trivia
Cheat. "...and you're a fool if you don't know that / so use the rules you stupid fool". From their first, self-titled album.
London Calling. "London Calling", released in mid-December 1979, was named the best album of the 80s by "Rolling Stone" magazine -although the record wasn't actually released during the 80s.
1978. "Give 'em Enough Rope", the Clash's second full-length album, was released in 1978. It was commercially more succesful than "The Clash" (it entered the U.K. charts at #2), but its quality is a little bit lower than the one of their debut album.
The Sex Pistols and The Damned. Their first U.K. tour was in 1976, with the Sex Pistols and the Damned (thanks Darry-1 for the correction).
"The Clash". This was an easy one. The Clash's debut album was self-titled, and released in 1977.
1976. The Clash was formed in London in during April-May 1976, when guitarist Mick Jones and art school student-turned-bassist Paul Simonon joined with guitarist Keith Levene and drummer Terry Chimes to form a band. (Source: http://www.hol.org.uk/ewr/3333-1.htm)
|Sadly, which member died in late 2002?||The Clash
Joe Strummer. He died of a heart failure on December 22, 2002 at the age of 50. Joe had a heart condition all of his life.
|What is the name of the album released after Mick Jones was asked to leave the Clash?||The Clash
Cut the Crap. 'Cut the Crap' was a horrible album, which was bombed by the critics. It was so bad that it has been taken away from many Clash discographies.
|On the album 'Sandinista!', is a great song, 'Police on my Back'. Who wrote this song?||The Clash
Eddy Grant. Yep. The same guy who rocked down to 'Electric Avenue'!
|What band did Joe Strummer form after the breakup?||The Clash
The Mescaleros. Joe played guitar and was lead singer. By the way, London SS was a band that Mick and Paul played in before they met Joe and formed the Clash. When the Clash disbanded he did some work with BAD (Mick's group) and the Pogues.
|After the breakup, which band did Mick Jones form?||The Clash
Big Audio Dynamite. Mick played guitar and sang on some songs. He was asked to leave the band by Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon because they had artistic differences. BAD and other offshoots are worth listening to!
|After the Clash broke up, what band did Paul Simonon play in?||The Clash
Havana 3 A.M.. Paul was the bass player for the Clash. After Havana 3AM, it is said that he is concentrating on painting.
|According to the first album, who are the Clash 'bored' with?||The Clash
USA. From their first album, 'The Clash'.
"The Clash". "The Clash" was released originally in the UK. The US version is a little different, containing a few extra tracks not heard on the UK version.
|What crime were Paul and Topper arrested and held for committing during the filming of a Clash film?||About The Clash
Shooting pigeons. Paul and Topper apparently sat on the roof of a building and shot at some pigeons across the street. They were made to go to trial and pay a fine to the owner of the pigeons.
John Graham Mellor. Joe Stummer, born John Graham Mellor, died shortly before Christmas 2002, of a heart attack, at age 50. He will be sorely missed by his relatives and many admirers.
Joe Strummer. Though Joe's voice appears on most tracks, Paul and Mick also do some of the singing. Mick sings parts of "Lost in the Supermarket", and Paul sings "Guns of Brixton."