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Clash City Rockers
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Clash City Rockers" is a song and single by The Clash. First released in February 1978 with the b-side "Jail Guitar Doors," a re-worked version of a song from Joe Strummer's pub rock days. It was later included as the opening track of the belated US version of the band's eponymous debut album. The song was first played live at Mont De Marsan (Landes – France), in August 1977 and recorded the same year in the band's October and November sessions at CBS Studios

And I wanna move the town to the Clash City rockers Ya' need a little jump of electrical shocker Better leave town if you only wanna knock us Nothing stands the pressure of the Clash City rockers. See them as they come down the escalator Now listen to the tube train accelerator Then ya' realize that you've gotta have a purpose Or this place is gonna knock you out sooner or later

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Clash City Rockers" as written by Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon. An' I want to move the town to the Clash city rockers You need a little jump of electrical shockers You better leave town if you only want to knock us Nothing stands the pressure of the Clash city rockers. You see the rate they come down the escalator Now listen to the tube train accelerator Then you realize that you got to have a purpose Or this place is gonna knock you out sooner or later. If you want to see how fast the Clash evolved, just look at the US version of their debut album. It came out in 1979, two years after it debuted in the UK, and had four songs removed in favor of five songs recorded at various sessions from 1977-1979. All of these songs sound vastly different from each other, much less the songs from the original 1977 UK LP.

Clash City Rockers" was written by singer Joe Strummer and guitarist Mick Jones, the de facto lead writing duo for The Clash, and the lyrics continue many of the themes of their first self-titled album, encouraging the listener to rebel against authority and avoid the trap of a dead-end job ("So don't complain about your useless employment, jack it i. It also includes a bold statement of defiance against the band's critics, stating "You better leave town if you only wanna knock us, nothing stands the pressure of the clash city rockers!"

Band: The Clash Song: Clash City Rockers Album: The Clash Tabber: clarkddmenout. com . mute chord ~ ring out chord. Intro Riff: x1 e- B- G-9-9-7-7-9- 7-7-9-9-9- 7-7-9-9-7- --. Verse 1: e D A G An' I wanna move the town to the Clash City Rockers, B A B e You need a little jump of electrical shockers e D A G You better leave town if you only wanna knock us; B A B e Nothing stands the pressure of the Clash City Rockers

Tracklist

A Clash City Rockers 3:55
B Jail Guitar Doors 3:05

Credits

  • Producer – Micky Foote*
  • Written-By – J. Strummer*, M. Jones*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Label Code (Both labels): LC0149
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): CBS.S.5834 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): CBS S5834 B1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S CBS 5834, 5834 The Clash Clash City Rockers ‎(7", Single) CBS, CBS S CBS 5834, 5834 UK 1978
CBS 5834 The Clash Clash City Rockers ‎(7", Single) CBS CBS 5834 UK 1978
CBS 5834 The Clash Clash City Rockers ‎(7", Single) CBS CBS 5834 Netherlands 1978
S CBS 5834 The Clash Clash City Rockers ‎(7", Single, TP) Columbia S CBS 5834 1978
CBS 5834 The Clash Clash City Rockers ‎(7", Single) CBS CBS 5834 Italy 1978