THE CLASH Rockers Galore (1999) – Promo Only

Rockers Galore (1999)
Promo-Only… With Interviews

Cool promotional item featuring some of The Clash’s greatest hits interspersed with interview segments. This was given away to consumers who purchased Clash product during the 1999 CD reissue roll out. Great intro to the band, cool collectible for fans. Find one at Amazon, cheap… HERE.

Complete Control (3:47)
Paul – On The Beginnings Of The Clash (0:59)
Mick – On The Beginnings Of The Clash (0:26)
Joe – On The Beginnings Of The Clash (0:44)
Mick – More On The Beginnings Of The Clash (0:53)
Janie Jones (2:06)
Paul Simonon – On Naming The Band (0:28)
White Riot (1:55)
Topper Headon – On How He Joined The Band (1:01)
Tommy Gun (3:17)
Paul/Mick – On Why “Train In Vain” Wasn’t Listed On London Calling (0:36)
Train In Vain (3:11)
Paul Simonon – On Reggae Influences & Singing For The First Time (1:25)
The Guns Of Brixton (3:11)
Paul Simonon – On Reggae & Working With Mikey Dread (1:14)
Rockers Galore (4:42)
Mick Jones – On Sandinista! & “The Magnificent Seven” (1:42)
The Magnificent Seven (5:33)
Joe Strummer – On The Political Nature Of The Band (0:44)
Police On My Back (3:17)
Joe Strummer – On Inspiration For “Rock The Casbah” (2:21)
Rock The Casbah (3:43)
Joe Strummer – On The State Of British Rock Music In 1980-1981 (2:08)
Straight To Hell (13:27)


  • Willard
    June 20, 2011 - 09:31 | Permalink

    Search HERE

  • nn
    January 26, 2014 - 03:53 | Permalink

    Link’s expired. Would love to have a new link, sir.

    • Willard
      January 26, 2014 - 11:18 | Permalink

      New link, thanks.

      • nn
        January 28, 2014 - 21:30 | Permalink

        Many thanks, Cap’n!
        p.s. if I haven’t said it before because I am a greedy pig for what you post, I love your blog and especially its selections. You have opened my eyes and ears to some cool music that I’d have never heard and bought if not for having a first listen at your blog.
        Many thanks again for your effort and commitment to this!

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