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Combat Rock
Alternative Rock, Dub
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1219 mb
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1823 mb
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1447 mb
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Combat Rock is the fifth studio album by the English 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 double platinum in the United States

The pounding arena rock of "Should I Stay or Should I Go" makes the Clash sound like an arena rock band, and much of the album boasts a muscular, heavy sound courtesy of producer Glyn Johns. But things aren't quite that simple.

Reissued, Remastered. The final album by the Clash's original Strummer/Jones incarnation is also their most inconsistent. There were musical and ideological rifts developing within the band, and it shows: the experimentation is almost as wild as Sandanista!'s (and the biggest experiment is heading away from their punk shiftiness and into a commercial rock sound), but they seem to be enjoying it less. The band's stabs at funk and poetry aren't terribly successful, but it all came together for two massive hits: "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" has the biggest, stupidest, most.

Tracklist: 1. Know Your Rights, 2. Car Jamming, 3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go, 4. Rock The Casbah, 5. Red Angel Dragnet, 6. Straight To Hell, 7. Overpowered By Funk, 8. Atom Tan, 9. Sean Flynn, 10. Ghetto Defendant, 11. Inoculated City, 12. Death Is A Star. 3. Should I Stay Or Should I Go. 4. Rock The Casbah. 5. Red Angel Dragnet.

The Clash- Combat Rock. This is a public service announcement! With Guitars!" Joe unleashes the album straight your way with clearly the very best track an album like this could have started out with. Know Your Rights holds in place a hoppy, steady bass-line as Joe executes in his formal vocals and Mick and Topper duke it out with a great midway solo in the bridge, and a nice sturdy beat going nice and tight on the hats as the song progresses pretty slowly. Now, everything in this track isn’t perfect