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  1. Shataur Reply

    "Time is Tight" was covered by the Clash on their inch vinyl Black Market Clash LP in (and later on their Super Black Market Clash CD) and by Paul Shaffer on his double CD The World's Most Dangerous Party.

  2. Taura Reply

    The Clash recorded a notable cover of the song, which they had previously used as a "warm-up" song in live performances. The song appears on their singles compilation album Black Market Clash, and also on the album Super Black Market Clash. (The Clash's arrangement differs from the original in one major respect - it modulates to D for.

  3. Aragul Reply

    Dec 01,  · When the US compilation Black Market Clash appeared in (?) it marked the first ever re-release of the original version of 'Capital Radio' - it sold heavily on import in the UK because of this, and also the exclusive track 'Time Is Tight'.

  4. Zulkisar Reply

    Super Black Market Clash is a compilation album released by the English punk rock band The Clash. It contains B-sides and rare tracks not available on the group's regular studio albums. The album is an expanded repackaging of the release Black Market Clash, which was a inch EP, containing 9 songs. The man in the foreground of the front cover art is Don Letts, who worked with The Clash on .

  5. Nejind Reply

    Super Black Market Clash is a testament to that. This LP is an extended version of the 10" EP Black Market Clash, which came out in with the track list: 1. Capital Radio One 2. The Prisoner 3. Pressure Drop 4. Cheat 5. City Of The Dead 6. Time Is Tight 7. Robber Dub 8. Armagideon Time 9. Justice Tonight/Kick It Over.

  6. Yozahn Reply

    May 21,  · Time Is Tight (Black Market Clash) Pressure Drop (B-side English Civil War) I Fought The Law (Cost Of Living EP) Groovy Times (Cost Of Living EP) Gates Of The West (Cost Of Living EP) Capital Radio (Cost Of Living EP) Armagideon Time Bank Robber (A-side) Rockers Galore On A UK Tour (B-side) Disc Two 1.

  7. Duhn Reply

    In that light, Black Market Clash is arguably essential information, a nice demonstration of how the band evolved from fairly simple punk ("Capital Radio One") to the white reggae/dub-inflected lean of their third album ("Time Is Tight" + the entire B-side) all while filling in most of the gaps left by US Clash in terms of non-album material.

  8. Mooguhn Reply

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Super Black Market Clash on Discogs/5(2).

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