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The Clash is the debut studio album by English punk rock band the Clash. It was released on 8 April 1977 through CBS Records. Written and recorded over three weeks in February of 1977 for a paltry £4,000, it would go one to reach on the UK charts, and has been included on many retrospective rankings as one of the greatest punk albums of all time

It was another moderately successful album for the Clash in the United States, even though the sales were likely diluted by the longstanding popularity of the UK version on the import market. The Clash peaked at number 126 on the Billboard charts, setting the stage for the commercial breakthrough of London Calling later that year.

The City of the Dead. 7. Clash City Rockers. 8. Tommy Gun. 9. White Man in Hammersmith. 10. English Civil War. 11. Stay Free. 12. Guns on the Roof. 13. Police and Thieves. Album, 1979, Sony Music. 1. 2. I'm So Bored with the . 6. (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais.

The Clash achieved commercial success in the United Kingdom with the release of their self-titled debut album, The Clash, in 1977. Their third album, London Calling, released in the UK in December 1979, earned them popularity in the United States when it was released there the following month. It was declared the best album of the 1980s a decade later by Rolling Stone.

The debut album by British punk rock band The Clash was released on April 8th, 1977. Upon it’s release, it was met with great praise and shot up to the spot on the United Kingdom Album Charts. By the time it made its way over to the United States in 1979, it was praised even more. The album even had the pleasure of having Robert Christgau of the Village Voice saying it’s the greatest rock and roll album ever manufactured in the anywhere. Decades after its release, it’s still held as one of the greatest punk albums ever made

Never Mind the Bollocks may have appeared revolutionary, but the Clash's eponymous debut album was pure, unadulterated rage and fury, fueled by passion for both rock & roll and revolution. Though the cliché about punk rock was that the bands couldn't play, the key to the Clash is that although they gave that illusion, they really could play - hard. The charging, relentless rhythms, primitive three-chord rockers, and the poor sound quality give the album a nervy, vital energy.