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A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 12:57pm
by Red Angel
A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2: "GIVE ‘EM ENOUGH ROPE" (JAN 1978 - FEB 1979)

JOE STRUMMER / MICK JONES / PAUL SIMONON / TOPPER HEADON

All tracks on the official CDs discography plus some essential extras. I am not infallible so...
In the references are indicated only the main CDs or cdsingle:
GER - Give 'Em Enough Rope (remastered) / SSB - Sound System Box / TSB - The Singles Box / BCM - Black Market Clash / COB - Clash On Broadway (3CD) / COB91 - Clash On Broadway (Epic 46991) (3CD) / FHT - From Here To Eternity

GIVE ‘EM ENOUGH ROPE

01. Safe European Home (3:48) - GER / SSB
02. English Civil War (2:35) - GER / SSB
03. Tommy Gun (3:13) - GER / SSB
04. Julie's Been Working For The Drug Squad (3:02) - GER / SSB
05. Last Gang In Town (5:10) - GER / SSB
06. Guns On The Roof (3:15) - GER / SSB
07. Drug-Stabbing Time (3:41) - GER / SSB
08. Stay Free (3:37) - GER / SSB
09. Cheapskates (3:23) - GER / SSB
10. All The Young Punks (New Boots And Contracts) (4:54) - GER / SSB

OTHER TRACKS

11. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (3:59) - TSB
12. The Prisoner (2:58) - TSB
13. 1-2 Crush On You (2:58) - TSB
14. Pressure Drop (3:24) - TSB
15. Pressure Drop [alt. mix] (3:25) - BCM
16. I Fought The Law (2:39) - TSB
17. Groovy Times (3:28) - TSB
18. Gates Of The West (3:25) - TSB
19. Capital Radio Two (3:18) - TSB
20. The Cost Of Living Advert (0:43) - TSB (Japan issue only)
21. Time Is Tight (4:04) - BCM / SSB
22. One Emotion (4:37) - COB
23. One Emotion [edit] (4:10) - COB91
24. London’s Burning [live] (2:03) - FHT
25. What’s My Name [live] (1:43) - FHT
26. City Of The Dead [live] (2:55) - FHT / SSB
27. Jail Guitar Doors [live] (3:04) - SSB
28. English Civil War [live] (2:30) - COB / SSB
29. Stay Free [live] (3:26) - SSB
30. Cheapskates [live] (3:14) - SSB
31. I Fought The Law [live] (2:21) - COB / FHT / SSB

EXTRAS

32. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais [alt. version] (3:52) - Rock Against Racism - RAR’s Greatest Hits (LP)
33. Drug-Stabbing Time [live] (3:33) - FHT (iTunes bonus track)

Some live tracks have a different mix on different albums

For a complete overview of the period you can support these songs with the M.D. historical documents.

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 2:57pm
by deny
Many thanks Red Angel for the time and effort that you have put into compiling these discographies.

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 3:04pm
by 101Walterton
1-2 seconded :mrgreen:

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 24 Sep 2018, 3:53pm
by Heston
A thanks from me for these as well.

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 26 Sep 2018, 12:58am
by white man
This is how the the deluxe releases will look on the 50th anniversaries.

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
by JohnS
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 26 Sep 2018, 1:22pm
by Red Angel
JohnS wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info
Look at "Clash - The Other Side" & "Clash - The Other Side, vol.2" in Sound Of The Sinners section ;)

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 26 Sep 2018, 8:45pm
by JohnS
Red Angel wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 1:22pm
JohnS wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info
Look at "Clash - The Other Side" & "Clash - The Other Side, vol.2" in Sound Of The Sinners section ;)
:wink: Cheers!

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 27 Sep 2018, 12:12pm
by dave202
JohnS wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info
I see they're from 'COB' and 'COB91'. I didn't know there was a difference in the compilation being re-released. Are there any other differences?

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 27 Sep 2018, 4:30pm
by Flex
dave202 wrote:
27 Sep 2018, 12:12pm
I see they're from 'COB' and 'COB91'. I didn't know there was a difference in the compilation being re-released. Are there any other differences?
Generally, the digital mastering on the '91 edition - by Vic Anesini - is considered superior according to most dorks who pay attention to such things.

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 28 Sep 2018, 3:41am
by Red Angel
dave202 wrote:
27 Sep 2018, 12:12pm
JohnS wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info
I see they're from 'COB' and 'COB91'. I didn't know there was a difference in the compilation being re-released. Are there any other differences?
This is what is different in the first version of Clash on Broadway (COB91) compared to the subsequent remastered version (COB):

Clash City Rockers [original version] instead of [single version]
One Emotion [edit] instead of usual version
Broadway / The Guns of Brixton instead of Broadway
The Street Parade [edit fade-out] instead of usual version

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 28 Sep 2018, 10:36am
by dave202
Red Angel wrote:
28 Sep 2018, 3:41am
dave202 wrote:
27 Sep 2018, 12:12pm
JohnS wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 4:38am
I never knew One Emotion existed in two different edits! Thanks for the info
I see they're from 'COB' and 'COB91'. I didn't know there was a difference in the compilation being re-released. Are there any other differences?
This is what is different in the first version of Clash on Broadway (COB91) compared to the subsequent remastered version (COB):

Clash City Rockers [original version] instead of [single version]
One Emotion [edit] instead of usual version
Broadway / The Guns of Brixton instead of Broadway
The Street Parade [edit fade-out] instead of usual version
I get changing Clash City Rockers, I'll have to listen to One Emotion and The Street Parade to see if the edits make an improvement, but I much prefer listening to Broadway without the bloody bairns singing!

Re: A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 2

Posted: 10 Oct 2018, 12:32pm
by Kory
white man wrote:
26 Sep 2018, 12:58am
This is how the the deluxe releases will look on the 50th anniversaries.
WIIIIIIIIIIIIshful thinking