The Clash

by Sarah Zupko

12 December 2008

 

After a dearth of written history for so long about the “only band that matters”, the Clash’s spot in the music book section of the local Border’s has grown a lot more crowded in recent years. There is Pat Gilbert’s Passion Is a Fashion: The Real Story of the Clash and Chris Salewicz’s Redemption Song: The Ballad of Joe Strummer leading the pack. But this is the first time we’ve gotten the seminal band’s story in their own words, married to a rich photographic history, with many photos published for the first time. Even if you’ve read the other volumes, you’ll want this one to hear the artists tell their own story as well as possess the most complete photographic history of the Clash yet printed. Here’s a proud addition to the coffee table of a serious rock music fan.

AMAZON

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