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Clash, The - Cut The Crap Album

Clash, The - Cut The Crap Album

Performer: Clash, The
Title: Cut The Crap
Style: New Wave
Released: 04 Nov 1985
Cat#: CBS 26601
Country: UK & Ireland
Label: CBS
Size MP3 version: 2581 mb
Size FLAC version: 2404 mb
Size WMA version: 1157 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 250
Genre: Rock

Clash, The - Cut The Crap Album


Tracklist

1Are You Red...Y2:58
2Fingerpoppin'3:22
3Dirty Punk3:07
4Cool Under Heat3:19
5Play To Win3:06
6North And South3:28
7Three Card Trick3:06
8Dictator2:59
9This Is England3:47
10We Are The Clash2:58
11Life Is Wild2:38
12Movers And Shakers2:59

Credits

  • Artwork [Sleeve]J.B.
  • Engineer [Assistant Mayfair - London]Kevin Whyte
  • Engineer [Mixed - Mayfair - London]Simon Sullivan
  • Engineer [Recorded - Munich]Ulli Rudolf
  • Mastered By [Cut - New York]Howie Weinberg
  • Mastered By [Cut - Soho London]Tim Young
  • PerformerJoe Strummer, Nick Sheppard, Paul Simonon, Pete Howard, Vince White
  • Photography ByMick Laye
  • ProducerJose Unidos
  • Written-ByRhodes, Strummer

Notes

Published by Riperole Ltd
Original sound recording made by CBS Records
© 1985 CBS Records
(P) 1985 CBS Records

Red & Yellow labels
Etching Side One: 'CBS-26601-A-1' 'timtom'
Etching Side Two: 'CBS-26601-B-1' 'ty'

Barcodes

  • Label Code: LC 0149
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM

Album

Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by the English punk band the Clash, released on 4 November 1985 by CBS Records. It was recorded in early 1985 at Weryton Studios, Munich, following a turbulent period: co-founder, lead guitarist and co-principal songwriter Mick Jones and drummer Topper Headon had been dismissed by lead vocalist Joe Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon. Jones and Headon were replaced by three unknowns: guitarists Vince White and Nick Sheppard and drummer Pete Howard. from the 6th and last album of The Clash, Cut the Crap. Cut The Crap. SME от лица компании Legacy Recordings CMRRA, Warner Chappell, PEDL, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor и другие авторские. Cut the Crap. The Clash - Cut the Crap 1985. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. The Clash. Последний и самый неудачный альбом Clash, излишне перегруженный драм-машинами и синтезаторными эффектами. Songs in album The Clash - Cut the Crap 1985. The Clash - Dictator. The Clash - Dirty Punk. The Clash - We Are The Clash. The Clash - Are You . The Clash - Cool Under Heat. The Clash - Movers And Shakers. The Clash - This Is England. Album 1985 12 Songs. Rock 1985. Released November 4, 1985. Cut the Crap Tracklist. Dictator Lyrics. Dirty Punk Lyrics. We Are the Clash Lyrics. Are You Lyrics. Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album from The Clash. The 1999 reissue of this album also includes the bonus track Do it Now. Dictator 3:00. Dirty Punk 3:11. We Are The Clash 3:02. Are You Red. Cool Under Heat 3:21. Movers and Shakers 3:01. This Is England 3:49. Three Card Trick 3:09. Play to Win 3:06. Fingerpoppin' 3:25. North and South 3:32. Life Is Wild 2:39. Categories: Albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Writer: Joe Strummer - Bernard Rhodes, Composers: Joe Strummer - Bernard Rhodes. We are the Clash. Are You . Cool under Heat. Sadly, Cut the Crap sounds like the last nine years never happened. Londons still burning so are Liverpool, Central America and the Middle East. But this album - the groups first since Mick Jones unceremonious firing in 1983 on dubious political grounds - is the sound of the Clash just blowing smoke, thrashing in desperation under Strummer and bassist Paul Simonons uncertain leadership. In Jones absence, they have beat a retreat back to buzzsaw basics, abetted by controversial manager Bernard Rhodes, who boldly assumes coauthorship of the LPs twelve songs with Strummer. Cut The Crap suffers from an incessant drone of sound effects, popping electronic programmed beats, poor, unintelligible lyrics and badly conceived 'terrace chant' choruses. To pan Cut The Crap in its entirety would be the easiest thing to do as the songs are sub-standard, with very little let up. In fact, it is odd that the band claim 'We are The Clash' even though after listening to the record even the most die-hard Clash fan would have to concede that they are blatantly not, and will wonder if this would have been the resulting album had Mick Jones not been fired