When The Clash’s third studio album London Calling was released in the winter of 1979, it was clear that the band had made an instant classic, an era-defining masterpiece that stands as one of rock's all-time greatest albums. The album is a hugely compelling melting pot of musical styles, driven by a passion for action and a fierce political anger, with lyrics which remain completely relevant.
The London Calling Scrapbook is a 120-page hardback companion to the album, of previously unseen archive material, lyric notes, and other exclusive memorabilia, packaged alongside the iconic album itself. The CD and LP versions have a special clear slip case printed with Ray Lowry’s artwork, which can be removed to reveal the Pennie Smith photo below.
This heavy weight vinyl edition has a special clear plastic slip case printed with Ray Lowry’s artwork, which can be removed to reveal the Pennie Smith photo underneath.
A1London Calling A2Brand New Cadillac A3Jimmy Jazz A4Hateful A5Rudie Can't Fail
B1Spanish Bombs B2The Right Profile B3Lost In The Supermarket B4Clampdown B5The Guns Of Brixton
C1Wrong 'em Boyo C2Death Or Glory C3Koka Kola C4The Card Cheat
D1Lover's Rock D2Four Horsemen D3I'm Not Down D4Revolution Rock