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January 05, 2010



There's a print of the original photo, and lot's of other great Rock photos I bet you would enjoy at the Brooklyn Museum's "Who Shot Rock n' Roll" exhibition.
If you haven't already checked it out.

EV Grieve

...and the "This is Radio Clash" mural on East Third Street was painted over....Still. What a record.

James Chapman

Happy 30th Aniversary LONDON CALLING!!! Awesome album, Awesome Year. The Clash 4ever!

frog (from the circus)

Boing Boing linked to you. Congrats!


definitely one of the greatest albums ever, by one of the most under appreciated bands.


The show in Brooklyn is pretty cool, not great, but if you've never been to the Brooklyn museum it's worth a nice vist (and one of my classic fugazi shots is up)

Anyway i want to chime in, I was at the show this cover was shot at, it was incredible indeed, and NOTHING like the overrated album this photo ended up on. Some good songs perhaps on the LP, but c'mon, it has NOTHING on their first LP, and certainly not in any top 200 list i would ever be forced to make... this album is corny, face it!


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