Released on 8 April, 1977, The Clash talks about people in boring jobs, with annoying bosses, in a world going to shit and divided by race. No wonder it's so timeless…
Someone's produced a series of imaginary football shirt designs based on classic album sleeves... and they're brilliant
It's one of punk's most iconic images – so why doesn't photographer Pennie Smith enjoy talking about it?
See Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Joe Strummer in short clip from upcoming Clash-inspired film London Town
Seasick Steve has been exposed as a jobbing musician rather than a jumper of trains, but haven't musicians always played fast and loose with their stories?
In 1980, The Clash released Sandinista!, six sides of vinyl that's considered one of the worst albums of all time. But is there a classic album lurking inside its 36 tracks?
Former Blink-182 man Tom DeLonge was inspired to open his mind after meeting Joe Strummer from The Clash and Oasis singer Liam Gallagher
Veteran rock producer Sandy Pearlman best known for his work with Blue Oyster Cult passes away aged 72
Prophets Of Rage guitarist Tom Morello says he put his metal records to one side after hearing London Calling
Punk 1976-78 is part of Punk London, a celebration of 40 years of anarchy in the nation’s Capital. We got a sneak preview
Legendary producer Glyn Johns remembers six of his most memorable productions, from the Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin to The Who
Their 1978 second album is one of the most overlooked in their canon. Was it because of the 'corporate rock' producer? The boys-own lyrics? Or maybe just the sleeve?
In 1980, The Clash released triple album Sandinista!, their greatest folly and an indulgence to match the worst excesses of prog rock. But is there a great 48 minute album lost within?
The Clash's best-selling album it may be – but Combat Rock also explains why the band were never destined to be as big as The Police or U2…
The Clash's last album is a two-dimensional dogs-dinner, hi-jacked by their manager and unloved by the band. But it does have one saving grace...