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The Clash Live at Shea Stadium 1982 – Something Good Came Out of Moving…

Anyone that has moved recently will tell you what a complete pain in the ass it is, at any scale. However, a move of singer/guitarist of the Clash Joe Strummer yielded “live music treasure” when he stumbled on the Live Recordings of The Clash from Shae Stadium in  October of 1982. Engineered by Glyn John, this recording captured The Clash at the height of their punk rock powers as they opened for The WHO on successive nights in the Big Apple.

There’s a really cool video shot as the band takes the stage and cuts to there closing number Should I Stay or Should I Go with Mick Jones on the mic. Just so cool…check The Clash Live at Shae Stadium it out here.

The live record was released in 2008 in both the UK and USA. Check it out here

Superfans sound off…Would you Like to see Knucklebonz work on collectibles with The Clash in 2023?

Rock Hard !

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