The Clash were arguably the most influential and inspirational UK punk rock band, incorporating elements of reggae, dub, funk, ska, rockabilly … you name it. But they were about so much more.
This Day in Music’s Guide to The Clash details their rise from roots in bands such as the 101’ers to their memorable emergence, 1977’s startling eponymous LP breaking them and double-album London Calling seeing that decade out in style, their place in music history already secured, putting them on the road to global success.
- 320 pages
- 15.2 x 22.9 cm
- Paper Back