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From Here to Eternity (Live)


Download links and information about From Here to Eternity (Live) by The Clash. This album was released in 1999 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:09:40 minutes.

Artist: The Clash
Release date: 1999
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Punk, Heavy Metal, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:09:40
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No. Title Length
1. Complete Control (Live) 3:45
2. London's Burning (Live) 2:02
3. What's My Name (Live) 1:45
4. Clash City Rockers (Live) 3:29
5. Career Opportunities (Live) 2:06
6. (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais (Live) 4:25
7. Capital Radio (Live) 3:00
8. City of the Dead (Live) 2:47
9. I Fought the Law (Live) 2:35
10. London Calling (Live) 3:29
11. Armagideon Time (Live) 5:04
12. Train In Vain (Live) 4:42
13. The Guns of Brixton (Live) 3:35
14. The Magnificent Seven (Live) 6:09
15. Know Your Rights (Live) 4:05
16. Should I Stay or Should I Go (Live) 3:15
17. Straight to Hell (Live) 7:08
18. Drug-Stabbing Time (Live) 3:33
19. Janie Jones (Live) 2:46



From Here To Eternity amends the glaring absence from the rock canon of a live album from one of the best concert acts in rock history. Drawing from concerts in 1978, 1980, 1981 and 1982, this live compilation translates the glory and excitement of the Clash concert experience. Whether they were playing for punks at London’s Lyceum (“I Fought the Law”) or opening for the Who at Shea Stadium at the peak of their fame (“Career Opportunities”), The Clash always played like it was the last night on earth. Although it bounces back and forth through the years, the seamless blends and superior mastering give this collection the feel of a single concert even as it conveys the range of their career. Though they were always consistent, fans can trace the Clash’s peak as a live act to the group’s 17-night run at Bond’s Casino, in New York City, in May and June of 1981. The three tracks from that time (“Complete Control,” “Train n Vain,” “Guns of Brixton”) exhibit a sweltering excitement and full-bodied attack. If the band’s ascension to immortal status can be marked by a single moment, those concerts are it.