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Famously dubbed “the only band that matters,” punk icons return to record stores in a big way this September, with the release of a 12-disc box set called — featuring five of the band’s six albums, a DVD with unseen footage and three discs’ worth of demos, non-album singles, rarities and B-sides — as well as a new double-disc best-of set. Due out Sept. 10 on Sony Legacy, the boom box-shaped Sound System — a pricey set, for $290 — features newly remastered editions of the band’s first five albums, omitting 1985’s post- record, which continues to be whitewashed from the band’s history.

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See full tracklist for the bonus material below. The box set’s DVD will include “previously unseen footage” by both Don Lets and Julien Temple and original promotional videos and live clips.

The collection also includes “an owner’s manual booklet,” reprints of the original “Armagideon Times” fanzine as well as a brand-new edition put together by, plus dog tags, badges, stickers and a poster. In announcing the set, Jones: “The concept of the whole thing is: best box set ever. Remastering’s a really amazing thing. That was the musical point of it all, because there’s so much there that you wouldn’t have heard before.

It was like discovering stuff, because the advances in mastering are so immense since the last time [the Clash catalogue] was remastered in the 90s. We had to bake the tapes beforehand – the oxide on them is where the music is, so if you don’t put them in the oven and bake them, that all falls off, because they’re so old.” Also in September, the band will release, a new 2CD, 33-track best-of sequenced with studio recordings to replicate the group’s July 10, 1982, concert in Brixton, plus eight additional tracks. Below, check out details of Sound System, full tracklist for Hits Back and not one but two preview videos.

Tracklist: The Clash, Sound System box set CD 1 The Clash CD 2 Give ‘Em Enough Rope CDs 3-4 London Calling CDs 5-7 Sandinista! CD 8 Combat Rock CD 9 Sound System Extras 1 1. White Riot (Single version) 2. 1977 (B-side) 3. Listen (Capital Radio EP) / Interviews (Capital Radio EP) 4. Capital Radio (Capital Radio EP) 5.

London’s Burning (Live B-side Remote Control) 6. Complete Control (Single version) 7. City Of The Dead (B-side) 8. Clash City Rockers (Original single version) 9. Jail Guitar Doors (B-side) 10.

White Man In Hammersmith Palais (A-side) 11. The Prisoner (B-side) 12.

1-2 Crush On You (B-side Tommy Gun) 13. Time Is Tight (Black Market Clash) 14. Pressure Drop (B-side English Civil War) 15. I Fought The Law (Cost Of Living EP) 16. Groovy Times (Cost Of Living EP) 17. Gates Of The West (Cost Of Living EP) 18.

Capital Radio (Cost Of Living EP) 19. Armagideon Time 20. Bank Robber (A-side) 21. Rockers Galore On A UK Tour (B-side) CD 10 Sound System Extras 2 1. Magnificent Dance (12”) 5:36 (available on Singles box set) 2. Midnight To Stevens (Outtake) 3.

Radio One (B-side Hitsville UK) 4. Stop The World (B-side The Call Up) 5. The Cool Out (US 12” B-side of The Call Up) 6. Underground Vibes Rar on this page. This Is Radio Clash (A-side) 7. This Is Radio Clash (B-side 7” – different lyrics) 8. First Night Back In London (B-side Know Your Rights) 9.

Rock The Casbah (Bob Clearmountain 12” mix) 10. Long Time Jerk (B-side Rock The Casbah) 11.

The Beautiful People Are Ugly Too (Outtake) 12. Idle In Kangaroo Court (Outtake listed as Kill Time) 13.

Ghetto Defendant (Extended version – unedited) 14. Cool Confusion (B-side Should I Stay Or Should I Go 7”) 15. Sean Flynn (Extended ‘Marcus Music’ version) 16. Straight To Hell (Extended unedited version from Clash On Broadway) CD 11 Sound System Extras 3 Extracts from The Clash’s first ever recording session at Beaconsfield Film School 1976. Recorded by Julien Temple 1.

I’m So Bored With The USA 2. London’s Burning 3. White Riot 4. 1977 Polydor Demos – The Clash’s second recording session January 1977 Produced by Guy Stevens 5. Janie Jones 6. Career Opportunities 7.

London’s Burning 8. White Riot Live at The Lyceum, London 28th December 1979 10. City Of The Dead 11. Jail Guitar Doors 12. English Civil War 13. Stay Free 14. Cheapstakes 15.

Tracklist: The Clash Hits Back CD 1 1. “London Calling” 2. “Safe European Home” 3.

“Know Your Rights” 4. “(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais” 5. “Janie Jones” 6. “The Guns of Brixton” 7. “Train in Vain” 8.

“Bankrobber” 9. “Wrong ‘Em Boyo” 10. “The Magnificent Seven” 11. “Police on my Back” 12. “Rock the Casbah” 13. “Career Opportunities” 14. “Police & Thieves” 15.

“Somebody Got Murdered” 16. “Brand New Cadillac” 17. “Working for the Clampdown” CD 2 1. R.a.m Wagdug Futuristic Unity Rar. “Ghetto Defendant” 2. “Armagideon Time” 3. “Stay Free” 4.

“I Fought the Law” 5. “Straight To Hell” 6. “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” 7. “Garageland” 8. “White Riot” 9.

“Complete Control” 10. “Clash City Rockers” 11. “Tommy Gun” 12. “English Civil War” 13. “The Call Up” 14. “Hitsville UK” 15. “This Is Radio Clash” The Clash – Sound System Cut Out Show The Clash – Sound System and Hits Back Trailer PREVIOUSLY ON SLICING UP EYEBALLS • • • • •.

On at Talk about milking it. What can be more antithetical to punk than the CD box set? (and this at the end of the CD era and all) No matter how hard record companies try to persuade us to buy this nonsense, these “products” will NEVER recapture the power that that music had in its time. It’s time to let it lie. This is an insult to that great era and what it stood for Funny thing about Punk – one of the key manifesto items was the elimination of nostalgia and this type of fawning admiration and prissiness. And now luck at us. Our younger selves would not be proud of what we’ve turned into.

On at “They said we’d be artistically free They meant let’s make a lotsa mon-ee” An’ worry about it later$290 for the set: Ouch! That boombox better actually work. Looks like Sony is trying to make up $$$$$ for the low price point the band pushed for way-back-when on London Calling and Sandinista!

So sad to read Jone’s plug for the set. He sounds like the snake oil salesman he sang about in “Medicine Show”. The only thing I believe about the remasters will be that they are bricklined and distorted. Are they serious about “The Clash Hits Back”? They are going to sell a CD sequencing the setlist of an ’82 show with studio recordings? Someone is going to buy that?

I can just go dig out one of my homemade cassetess from when I was 14 and hadn’t found out where to buy live bootlegs yet. On at No sense getting snippy, people. Record companies exist only to make money. I’m sure these remastered discs will be superior to any bit torrent or iTunes version. So, let the next generation of Clash fans enjoy the goodies.

And considering how badly screwed Jones, Paul and Topper were by their manager and record label, I don’t blame them a bit for trying to reclaim some of what’s owed them. What would you do if you were in their place?

A punk ethos is well and cool, gets you on magazine and websites, might even get you laid from time to time, but it doesn’t feed you, clothe you, provide for your family or allow you to retire in something other than abject poverty. On at Jason: “A punk ethos is well and cool, () but it doesn’t feed you, clothe you, provide for your family or allow you to retire in something other than abject poverty.” ——————- If what you’re trying to tell me is that you feel like the surviving members are hurting for living expenses, well, I’ve got a bridge I’ll sell you. Conceptually, you have a valid point. Many influential punk artists still live on very little income in their retiring years. The Clash, however, made PLENTY of income. And I’m most certainly not buying the notion that it all got taken by their label and management.

But if I’m wrong, and all the royalties and residuals and licensing of songs to movies like Iron Man 2, and various commercials, are still getting sucked down by the fat cats then it’s fair to assume that the revenue from this box will be also. Which will be yet another reason not to buy it. On at The Sound System is out for $177 on Amazon USA. I’m not buying it, but I won’t judge those who do. Great music, hopefully good remastering, serious overkill on the packaging (I guess Mr.

Simonon had some fun designing it). The Extras discs look excellent, but there’s no need to put LC on 2 discs or Sandinista on 3. Hopefully the studio albums will be released individually (not just as the 5 Album Set) with the remastered sound, along with the Extras discs. Or better yet: CD-quality or DVD-quality audio files for download. I don’t need the artwork, liner notes, etc, but I don’t want to settle for MP3 files either.