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The Clash Live: Revolution Rock (2008)

The Clash Live: Revolution Rock

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The Clash were one of the few groups from the first wave of British punk rock who achieved a worldwide following rather than just regional popularity, and not many bands of any genre could match them for the passion and force they delivered in concert. Carrying a message that blended political broadsides with an understanding of the nuts and bolts of life in an angry age, the Clash were a truly one-of-a-kind band, and The Clash: Revolution Rock is a documentary that traces the group's peak era (from 1977 to 1983) through vintage footage of the band in concert. Compiled by Don Letts, a long-time associate of the Clash, Revolution Rock includes rare documentary material of the group performing in London in 1977 as well as selections from their final appearance with Mick Jones at the 1983 US Festival. Songs include "London Calling", "Train In Vain", "The Magnificent Seven", "Should I Stay Or Should I Go", "London's Burning", "Safe European Home" and many more.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Documentary
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On DVD: Apr 15, 2008
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Sony BMG Music Entertainment

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