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The Clash - Cut The Crap
The Clash - Cut The Crap
Performer: The Clash
Title: Cut The Crap
Label: CBS
Country: UK & Ireland
Released: 04 Nov 1985
Style: New Wave, Punk
Cat: CBS 26601
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1629 mb | MP3 size: 1647 mb | WMA size: 2169 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Play To Win3:06
2Cool Under Heat3:19
3Dictator2:59
4Are You Red...Y2:58
5This Is England3:47
6Life Is Wild2:38
7North And South3:28
8We Are The Clash2:58
9Movers And Shakers2:59
10Dirty Punk3:07
11Fingerpoppin'3:22
12Three Card Trick3:06

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
40-26601The Clash Cut The Crap ‎(Cass, Album)CBS40-26601Europe1985
620757The Clash Cut The Crap ‎(Cass, Album)CBS620757Argentina1985
S 26601, S 26601 SP, S-26601The Clash Cut The Crap ‎(LP, Album)CBS, CBS, CBSS 26601, S 26601 SP, S-26601Spain1985
E 40017The Clash Cut The Crap ‎(LP, Album)EpicE 40017US1985
32・8P-141The Clash Cut The Crap ‎(CD, Album)Epic32・8P-141Japan1985

Credits

  • Artwork [Sleeve]J.B.
  • Drum Programming [Uncredited, Special Thanks To]Michael Fayne
  • Engineer [Assistant Mayfair - London]Kevin Whyte
  • Engineer [Mixed - Mayfair - London]Simon Sullivan
  • Engineer [Recorded - Munich]Ulli Rudolf
  • Keyboards [Uncredited, Special Thanks To]Herman (Young Wagner)
  • Mastered By [Cut - New York]Howie Weinberg
  • Mastered By [Cut - Soho London]Tim Young
  • PerformerJoe Strummer, Nick Sheppard, Paul Simonon, Pete Howard, Vince White
  • Photography ByMick Laye
  • ProducerJose Unidos
  • Written-ByRhodes, Strummer

Notes

Original sound recording made by CBS Records
Red & Yellow labels

Barcodes

  • Label Code: LC 0149
  • Price Code: CB 291
  • Price Code: 57
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): CBS-26601-A1 TimTom
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): CBS-26601-B1 TY 0

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – CBS Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records

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Album

Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album by the English punk band the Clash, released on 4 November 1985 by CBS Records. It was recorded in early 1985 at Weryton Studios, Munich, following a turbulent period: co-founder, lead guitarist and co-principal songwriter Mick Jones and drummer Topper Headon had been dismissed by lead vocalist Joe Strummer and bassist Paul Simonon. Jones and Headon were replaced by three unknowns: guitarists Vince White and Nick Sheppard and drummer Pete Howard. from the 6th and last album of The Clash, Cut the Crap. Cut The Crap. SME от лица компании Legacy Recordings Warner Chappell, CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, PEDL, LatinAutor и другие. Cut The Crap - The Clash. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 1985 12 Songs. The Clash. Rock 1985. Cut the Crap sounds like the last nine years never happened. Londons still burning so are Liverpool, Central America and the Middle East. But this album - the groups first since Mick Jones unceremonious firing in 1983 on dubious political grounds - is the sound of the Clash just blowing smoke, thrashing in desperation under Strummer and bassist Paul Simonons uncertain leadership. In Jones absence, they have beat a retreat back to buzzsaw basics, abetted by controversial manager Bernard Rhodes, who boldly assumes coauthorship of the LPs twelve songs with Strummer. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Cut the Crap, 1985. Dictator, 03:00. Dirty Punk, 03:09. We Are the Clash, 03:02. Are You , 03:01. Cool Under Heat, 03:22. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights. Радио Jam. Justin Timberlake CAN'T STOP THE FEELING . Cut the Crap. The Clash - Cut the Crap 1985. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Последний и самый неудачный альбом Clash, излишне перегруженный драм-машинами и синтезаторными эффектами. Songs in album The Clash - Cut the Crap 1985. The Clash - Dictator. The Clash - Dirty Punk. The Clash - We Are The Clash. The Clash - Are You . The Clash - Cool Under Heat. The Clash - Movers And Shakers. The Clash - This Is England. Genre: Punk Rock. I'm glad it's just as bad as everyone says it is. This was the Clash album I was the most excited to hear after seeing its Trainwreckords episode. Dictator' is SHOCKINGLY bad. 5mo. tha138. Unfortunately the remaining members of the group didn't cut the crap and presented us . Cut the Crap is the sixth and final studio album from The Clash. The 1999 reissue of this album also includes the bonus track Do it Now. Dictator 3:00. Dirty Punk 3:11. We Are The Clash 3:02. Are You Red. Cool Under Heat 3:21. Movers and Shakers 3:01. This Is England 3:49. Three Card Trick 3:09. Play to Win 3:06. Fingerpoppin' 3:25. North and South 3:32. Life Is Wild 2:39. Categories: Albums. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted

Comments (8)
Fek
Not my favorite Clash album, but it’s not bad either.
Doukasa
Ah yes, the great songwriting duos of rock history... Leiber and Stoller, Lennon and McCartney, Jagger and Richards, Strummer and Rhodes...
Steep
I can't remember who said it, but my favourite review of this album went something like this..."The Clash's new album is called Cut the Crap and guess what, it's crap!" It's kinda sad that they had to include a song called We Are The Clash to remind us that the once mighty Clash produced this stain on their reputation. They really should have called themselves Joe Strummer and the New Clash, then it might have been excused. Paul Simonon, although credited and in the photo on the back cover, does not appear on the LP at all. That's how desperate they were to preserve the appearance that this was stll somehow The Clash or at least half of The Clash. A lot of the blame falls on Bernie Rhodes shoulders who virtually stripped all the guitars off the recordings replacing them with synthesised rubbish.I love the first 2 LPs, but London Calling and Sandinista! are their two timeless masterpieces - 10 sides of Clash brilliance!
Gavirim
Jon Savage wrote about this album: "Almost everybody says this record is crap: it isn't." The guy was right once more. Ok, the drum machine sounds terrible sometimes, and not just the drum machine... but the songs are great! The Clash sound different on every album, and this album is special, too. It kicks you out of your comfort zone, and isn't that what it's all about? Give it a second try.
Thiama
So I haven't really found any positive review on this album yet so let me be the first. This album is great, it sounds like nothing else. It has the punkish juvenile drive of early punk days, mixed with bizarre 80's production and avant garde-ish chaos. I think the problem most people run into is that they're too used to the accessibility of music. Nowadays, when artist's such as Merzbow are almost becoming popular, it brings up the question of whether people might be about to become ready for this out of style album. The first track is my favourite of the album, almost martial and at the time mixes strange synths and random radio samples into the background which makes it very chaotic and layered at the same time as a catchy chorus prevails. Now, I like formless music and celebrate such experimentalism but maybe this just isn't for everyone. The album is also quite raw at the same time as having this 80's production and programmed drums. An avant gard take on old Clash which sounds like suited up Patrick Bateman on a frenzy! Give it a try if you dare.
Kikora
When Mick Jones got hold of a copy of this album in 85, he must've laughed and laughed. Or else cried. In a situation like this with any band, it's so obvious how hugely important members are...when they're not present and there's such a vast qualitative void left in their place. This album sucks.
Marirne
actually the songs on this album are good. Listen to any live recording of the clash in this period or the actual real demos of these songs. It was Bernie Rhodes who messed it all up by recording it in Munich and trying to "modernize" it with all the shit production tricks etc. He took decent songs and destroyed them and he eventually destroyed the band.
komandante
What really kills this record is the terrible 80's production. WOOF.