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Clash - Radio Clash
Lable: CBS Records
Calalog #: 12EXP 02662
Vinyl: VG+ to VG++, a few light scuffs
Cover is plain white with original sticker on front
Style: Dub / Hip Hop
Country: Canada issue
Produced by: The Clash
Notes: Cat. No. 12EXP 02662(XSM 168889)
P 1981 CBS Records
Original sound recording made by CBS Records
Made in Canada
Etching Side A: '1A-RE2' '12EXP 2662 A-1' '168889'
Etching Side B: '2A-RE2' '12EXP 2662 B' '168290'
Etching Stamp of Mfg: "MASTERDISK"
Jacket is "plain" white (no spine information) with cover sticker:
The 598 Series
The Clash Present
A Specially Priced E.P.
A1 This Is Radio Clash
A2 Radio Clash
B1 Outside Broadcast
B2 Radio Five
"This Is Radio Clash" is a single released by the English punk rock band The Clash in 1981. It did not feature on any of their studio albums, although it was included in the track listing of their compilations: The Essential Clash, The Singles, Singles Box and The Singles (2007).
"This Is Radio Clash", like their previous single "The Magnificent Seven", is a rap, punk-funk song that was influenced by old school hip hop acts from New York City, like the Sugarhill Gang and Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five.
The first public performance of the song was on Tom Snyder's Tomorrow (TV series) show in 1981.
The Clash - Radio Clash - Tom Synder Show 1981
Joe Strummer giving one of the ballsiest preformances to be seen by the human eye
The Clash - Interview with Tom Synder 1981
These guys are funnier than the 3 stooges. Great band, great sense of humor and no swelled heads. Thumbs up!
This Is Radio Clash - music video
This song has more soul and funk than many of the rnb records of the 80's. I loved the Clash for being bold and musically fearless.