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The Clash: Live - Revolution Rock (2008)
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The Clash: Live - Revolution Rock (2008)

Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 5 272 Kbps, 720 x 480 at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2ch. at 224 Kbps, PCM 2ch. at 1 536 Kbps
Genre: Rock | Label: Sony | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 6 Oct 2008 | Runtime: 82 min. | 4,09 GB (DVD5)

In terms of the music, The Clash Live: Revolution Rock would be a decent acquisition
for fans of the band. There is some rare footage from concerts across
the world (everywhere from Munich to Glasgow), and 22 songs are featured
throughout the course of the DVD. What is lacking the documentary
element to it all. Every once in a while you might get a sentence or two
about what The Clash was doing around the time of the performance seen,
but it's brief and doesn't reveal too much new information. The
interviews (which are few and far between) are usually overdubs during
the documentary, and it ends up feeling just like a live concert DVD and
nothing more. For the extras, there are interviews from the Tomorrow
Show With Tom Synder and NBC Live At Five, and they're definitely worth
watching. Strummer discusses why he would rather be in a band that sings
about the news, and he comes across as incredibly well spoken. If you
get antsy with the main feature, definitely check out the bonuses.
You're getting some gritty, raw footage of The Clash throughout the
documentary, and in a way that lends to the experience. Sure, there are
times in the earlier concert footage where the band members' heads are
cut off from the screen for a good portion of the performance, but I'm
sure the videographers just didn't have the means to get things perfect.
As the band starts to obtain success, you'll see a noticeable
difference in the production quality. Of course, the band put on a great
show regardless of what the tape looks like.

01. Complete Control [3:39]
02. I Fought the Law [2:18]
03. Police & Thieves [4:12]
04. What's My Name [1:30]
05. Capital Radio [2:40]
06. White Riot [1:47]
07. I'm So Bored With the U.S.A. [2:44]
08. London's Burning [1:11]
09. 1977 [1:40]
10. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais [2:56]
11. Tommy Gun [3:19]
12. Safe European Home [3:20]
13. London Calling [2:37]
14. Clampdown [3:40]
15. Guns of Brixton [2:39]
16. Train in Vain [3:32]
17. This Is Radio Clash [4:45]
18. The Magnificent Seven [6:36]
19. Brand New Cadillac [2:03]
20. Should I Stay or Should I Go [2:55]
21. Know Your Rights [3:36]
22. Career Opportunities [1:56]
23. Credits [:46]

- Band Interviews: Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder (1981)
- Band Interviews: NBC Live at Five (1981)

- Direct Scene Access
- Interactive Menu

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