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The Clash - White Riot Album

The Clash - White Riot Album

  • Darsteller: The Clash
  • Genre: Rock
  • Titel: White Riot
  • Freigegeben: 1977
  • Stil: Punk
  • Etikett: CBS
  • Katalog: 44-5P-103
  • Land: Japan
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 1740 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 1251 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.4
  • Abstimmungen: 327

Trackliste

119771:40
2White Riot1:58

Credits

  • Photography By [Front Pic]C. Coon
  • ProducerMicky Foote
  • Written-ByStrummer, Jones

Hinweise

℗ 1977 CBS Records
Copyright Control
Release #2911049 - The Clash = The Clash - Singles = シングルズ'77∼'79
Release #12805743 - The Clash = The Clash - Singles = シングルズ'77∼'79

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A, etched variant 1): 44-5P-103 A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B, etched variant 1): 44-5P-103 B 1

Unternehmen

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Pressed By – Epic

Album

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