Combat Rock The Clash
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- 1Know Your Rights03:40
- 2Car Jamming04:00
- 3Should I Stay or Should I Go03:09
- 4Rock the Casbah03:43
- 5Red Angel Dragnet03:45
- 6Straight to Hell05:30
- 7Overpowered by Funk04:52
- 8Atom Tan02:30
- 9Sean Flynn04:31
- 10Ghetto Defendant04:44
- 11Inoculated City02:42
- 12Death is a Star03:11
Info for Combat Rock
Combat Rock is the fifth studio album by the English punk rock band The Clash. It was released on 14 May 1982 through CBS Records. In the United Kingdom, the album charted at number 2, spending 23 weeks in the UK charts and peaked at number 7 in the United States, spending 61 weeks on the chart. Combat Rock is the group's best-selling album, being certified 2x platinum in the United States.
Combat Rock was originally planned as a double album with the working title Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg, but the idea was scrapped after internal wrangling within the group. Mick Jones had mixed the first version, but the other members were dissatisfied and mixing/producing duties were handed to Glyn Johns, at which point the album became a single LP.
The album received positive reviews from critics, and peaked at number 2 on the UK Albums Chart, number 7 on the Billboard Pop albums, and the top ten on many charts in other countries. The United States Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) certified Combat Rock as a Gold album on November 1982, Platinum in January 1983, and Multi-Platinum in June 1995.
Joe Strummer, lead vocals, guitars, harmonica
Mick Jones, guitars, vocals
Paul Simonon, bass, vocals
Topper Headon, drums, piano and bass on 'Rock the Casbah'
Allen Ginsberg, vocals on 'Ghetto Defendant'
Futura 2000, vocals on 'Overpowered by Funk'
Ellen Foley, backing vocals on 'Car Jamming'
Joe Ely, backing vocals on 'Should I Stay or Should I Go?'
Tymon Dogg, piano on 'Death Is a Star'
Tommy Mandel (as Poly Mandell), keyboards on 'Overpowered by Funk'
Gary Barnacle, saxophone on 'Sean Flynn'
Kosmo Vinyl, vocals on 'Red Angel Dragnet'
Recorded 1980 September 1981 at Ear Studios in London; November 1981–January 1982 at Electric Lady Studios in New York City; April 1982 at Wessex Studios in London
Engineered and mixed by Glyn Johns
Recorded by Jerry Green, Joe Blaney
Produced by The Clash
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