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THE CLASH London Calling. 2004 UK 25th Anniversary Edition Triple Disc [2-CD/1-DVD] set comprising the original 19-track album & Bonus ‘Vanilla Tapes’ disc featuring twenty-one previously unheard demos found in Mick Jones’ lock-up, along with a Bonus DVD with 45-minute documentary featuring ‘discovered’ recording studio and previously unused live performance footage, interviews with Mick, Paul, Topper & Joe along with Kosmo Vinyl telling his side of the story. Housedin a deluxe fold-out digipak picture sleeve with fold-out lyric insert and 36-page colour booklet including previously unseen photographs taken by legendary photogapher Pennie Smith, plus hype-stickered PVC outer slipcase with complete tracklisting printed on reverse.

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With Thanksgiving dinner done, the world is now officially focused on Christmas for the next month—so here’s one of my all-time favorite holiday songs. Sure, the jokes didn’t age that well (you need to know your punk rock circa 1977 pretty well), but that riff is Grade A—so ebullient, so joyful, so wildly happy, which is what any holiday song should be. Also, dig that amazing William Stout cover, depicting Steve Jones, Peter Frampton, Mick Jagger, Freddie Mercury and Ray Davies up to no good. It ain’t the holiday season until this classic gets blasted, and we have now welcomed the holidays in our house.
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Oddball late-70s UK punk compilation on two 10” records, featuring acts like XTC, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Blondie, Greg Kihn, Ultravox and Johnny and the Self Abusers (who soon changed their name to Simple Minds).

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Damn, I never get tired of this classic. No-hit wonders The Ravers released “Punk Rock Christmas” in 1978 and it holds up today because of that Keith Richards-quality riff. That awesome William Stout cover and red/green splatter vinyl don’t hurt either!

My turntable has been down for a month, but the pile of good stuff waiting to be played—like this 2013 reissue—only continues to grow.