65 relations: Allen Ginsberg, Bernard Rhodes, Bill Price (record producer), Brand New Cadillac, Career Opportunities (song), Clampdown, Combat Rock, Cut the Crap, Danny Ray (singer), Death or Glory (song), Don Letts, Dub music, Eddy Grant, Ellen Foley, English Civil War (song), Futura (graffiti artist), Garageland (song), Give 'Em Enough Rope, Guy Stevens, Hitsville UK, I'm So Bored with the USA, Jackie Edwards (musician), Janie Jones (song), Joe Strummer, Julien Temple, Junior Murvin, Keith Levene, Know Your Rights, Kosmo Vinyl, Lee "Scratch" Perry, London Calling, London Calling (song), London's Burning (song), Lost in the Supermarket, Mick Jones (The Clash guitarist), Mikey Dread, Mose Allison, Overpowered by Funk, Paul Simonon, Police and Thieves, Punk rock, Remote Control (The Clash song), Rock the Casbah, Rudie Can't Fail, Sandinista!, Sandy Pearlman, Should I Stay or Should I Go, Sound System (album), Spanish Bombs, Stagger Lee, ..., Straight to Hell (song), The Call Up, The Clash, The Clash (album), The Clash Hits Back, The Equals, The Guns of Brixton, The Magnificent Seven (song), Tommy Gun (song), Topper Headon, Train in Vain, Tymon Dogg, Vince Taylor, Washington Bullets (song), White Riot. Expand index (15 more) » « Shrink index
Irwin Allen Ginsberg (June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997) was an American poet, philosopher, writer, and activist.
Bernard Rhodes is a fashion designer, record producer, songwriter, manager and impresario who was integral to the development of the punk rock scene in the United Kingdom during the middle 1970s.
Bill Price (3 September 1944 – 22 December 2016) was an English record producer and audio engineer who worked with The Clash, The Sex Pistols, Guns N' Roses, Sparks, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Nymphs, The Waterboys, Mott the Hoople and Simon Townshend (Pete Townshend's younger brother).
"Brand New Cadillac" is a 1959 song by Vince Taylor, and was originally released as a B-side.
"Career Opportunities" is a song by The Clash, recorded for their debut studio album, The Clash in 1977.
"Clampdown" is a single and a song by The Clash from their album London Calling.
Combat Rock is the fifth studio album by the English rock band The Clash.
Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by English rock band the Clash, released in 4 November 1985 on Epic Records.
Danny Ray (born 3 September 1951) is a Jamaican-born reggae singer and record producer who has been based in the United Kingdom since the late 1960s.
"Death or Glory" is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash featured on their 1979 album London Calling.
Donovan "Don" Letts (born) is a British film director, DJ and musician.
Dub is a genre of music that grew out of reggae in the 1960s, and is commonly considered a subgenre,Dub: soundscapes and shattered songs in Jamaican reggae, p.2 though it has developed to extend beyond the scope of reggae.
Edmond Montague "Eddy" Grant (born 5 March 1948) is a Guyanese-British musician.
Ellen Foley (born June 5, 1951) is an American singer and actress who has appeared on Broadway and television, where she co-starred in the sitcom Night Court.
"English Civil War" is a song by English punk rock band The Clash, featured on their second album Give 'Em Enough Rope, and released as a single on 23 February 1979.
Leonard Hilton McGurr (born 17 November 1955), known as Futura, and formerly known as "Futura 2000", is an American graffiti artist.
"Garageland" is a song by English punk rock band The Clash featured as the final track for their 1977 debut album The Clash.
Give 'Em Enough Rope is the second studio album by the English punk rock band the Clash.
Guy Stevens (13 April 1943 – 28 August 1981) was a British music industry figure whose roles included DJ, record producer, and band manager.
"Hitsville U.K." is a song by The Clash and the second off their fourth album Sandinista!.
"I'm So Bored with the U.S.A." is a song by British punk rock band The Clash, featured on their critically acclaimed 1977 debut album, which was released in the United States in July 1979 as their second album after Give 'Em Enough Rope.
Wilfred Gerald "Jackie" Edwards (1938 – 15 August 1992) was a Jamaican musician and songwriter, whose career took in ska, R&B, soul, rocksteady, reggae, and ballads.
"Janie Jones" is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash.
John Graham Mellor (21 August 1952 – 22 December 2002), known by his stage name Joe Strummer, was an English musician, singer, actor and songwriter who was the co-founder, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and lead vocalist of the Clash, a punk rock band formed in 1976 as part of the original wave of British punk.
Julien Andrew Temple (born 26 November 1952) is an English film, documentary and music video director.
Junior Murvin (born Murvin Junior Smith, circa 1946 – 2 December 2013) was a Jamaican reggae musician.
Julian Keith Levene (born 18 July 1957 in Muswell Hill, London) is an English musician.
"Know Your Rights" is a song by The Clash.
Kosmo Vinyl (born Mark C. Dunk, born 9 February 1957, England) was a longtime associate and sometime manager for The Clash, as well as being associated with Ian Dury & the Blockheads and The Jam, three seminal English bands of the 1970s and 1980s.
Lee "Scratch" Perry OD (born Rainford Hugh Perry; 20 March 1936) is a Jamaican music producer and inventor noted for his innovative studio techniques and production style.
London Calling is the third studio album by English punk rock band The Clash.
"London Calling" is a song by the British punk rock band the Clash.
"London's Burning" is a song by The Clash from their eponymous debut album.
"Lost in the Supermarket" is a 1979 song by the Clash.
Michael Geoffrey "Mick" Jones (born 26 June 1955) is a British musician, singer and songwriter best known as the lead guitarist, co-lead vocalist, cofounder and songwriter for The Clash until his dismissal in 1983.
Michael George Campbell (4 June 1954 – 15 March 2008), better known as Mikey Dread, was a Jamaican singer, producer, and broadcaster.
Mose John Allison Jr. (November 11, 1927 – November 15, 2016) was an American jazz and blues pianist, singer, and songwriter.
"Overpowered by Funk" is a song by The Clash from their fifth album Combat Rock.
Paul Gustave Simonon (born 15 December 1955) is an English musician and artist best known as the bassist for the punk rock band The Clash.
"Police and Thieves" ("Police and Thief") is a reggae song first recorded by the falsetto singer Junior Murvin in 1976.
Punk rock (or "punk") is a rock music genre that developed in the mid-1970s in the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia.
"Remote Control" is a song by The Clash, featured on their debut album, and is written against oppression and conformity.
"Rock the Casbah" is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash, released in 1982.
"Rudie Can't Fail" is a song by the English punk rock band The Clash, featured on their 1979 album London Calling.
Sandinista! is the fourth studio album by English rock band the Clash.
Samuel Clarke "Sandy" Pearlman (August 5, 1943 – July 26, 2016) was an American music producer, artist manager, music journalist and critic, professor, poet, songwriter, and record company executive.
"Should I Stay or Should I Go" is a song by the English punk rock band the Clash, from their album Combat Rock.
Sound System is a box set collection by The Clash released in September 2013.
"Spanish Bombs" is a song by English punk rock band the Clash, with principal vocals by Joe Strummer and additional vocals by Mick Jones.
"Stagger Lee", also known as "Stagolee" and other variants, is a popular American folk song about the murder of Billy Lyons by "Stag" Lee Shelton in St. Louis, Missouri at Christmas, 1895.
"Straight to Hell" is a song by The Clash, from their album Combat Rock.
"The Call Up" is a song by English punk rock group the Clash.
The Clash were an English rock band formed in London in 1976 as a key player in the original wave of British punk rock.
The Clash is the debut studio album by English punk rock band the Clash.
The Clash Hits Back is a 2-CD, 3-LP best of collection by The Clash released in September 2013.
"The Guns of Brixton" is a song by the English punk rock band the Clash.
"The Magnificent Seven" is a song and single by the English punk rock band the Clash.
"Tommy Gun" is a song by the British punk rock band The Clash, released as the first single from their second album Give 'Em Enough Rope (1978).
Nicholas Bowen "Topper" Headon (born 30 May 1955), known as "Topper" because of his resemblance to Mickey the Monkey from the Topper comic, is an English drummer, best known as the drummer of the punk rock band The Clash.
"Train in Vain" is a song by the British punk rock band The Clash.
Tymon Dogg (born Stephen John Murray) is an English singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Vince Taylor (14 July 1939 – 28 August 1991), born Brian Maurice Holden, was a British rock and roll singer.
"Washington Bullets" is a song from The Clash's 1980 album Sandinista!.
"White Riot" is a song by English punk rock band The Clash, released as the band's first single in March 1977 and also featured on their debut album.