A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 5

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A journey into the Clash CDs discography, part 5

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Midnight To Stevens appeared first on the Clash On Broadway box set, in a different mix to the Sound System version.
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JohnS wrote:
13 Oct 2018, 4:06am
Midnight To Stevens appeared first on the Clash On Broadway box set, in a different mix to the Sound System version.
I have this song in three different Cds: Clash On Broadway (1991), Clash On Broadway (2000) and Sound System Box. The first two seem absolutely the same, the third one has a brighter sound but is basically the same version. I report in the alternate mix only the songs that have substantial differences either in the instruments or in the voice, such as in "Pressure Drop". If you've noticed something that I missed, please let me know. I love "Midnight To Stevens" and especially the great drumming by Topper Headon, precise and essential. Thanks :approve:
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