2004
Label: Epic - MHCP-554 • Format: 3x, CD Compilation, Remastered Box Set Reissue, Limited Edition • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Punk
Jail Guitar Doors - The Clash - Clash On Broadway (CD)

"Jail Guitar Doors" is a song by the Clash, recorded during October and November and released on 17 February as the B-side of their fourth single "Clash City Rockers". The song is featured on the U.S. release of their debut album, and on their compilations album the Singles Box.

Clash on Broadway is a box set compilation album by the punk rock band The Clash, released on Legacy Records in , catalogue E3K It comprises 64 tracks on three compact discs, spanning the time period from their first single; "White Riot", in , through the Combat Rock album of It does not include material from the band's coda led by Joe Strummer and Paul Simonon, resulting.

Clang clang, go the jail guitar doors. Bang bang, go the boots on the floor. Cry cry, for your lonely mother's son. Clang clang, go the jail guitar doors. An' I'll tell you 'bout Pete, didn't want no fame. Gave all his money away. "Well there's something wrong, it'll .

Originally released as a U.K.-only single, the band's U.S. label cut a few tracks to add "Jail Guitar Doors" and a couple of other singles to the band's first eponymous LP when it was finally released in America in , two years after its appearance in England. The music, as raw as it sounded in , is actually quite well arranged.

Clash City Rockers 6% City Of The Dead 0% Jail Guitar Doors 0% Prisoner 0% 21 (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais 8% Pressure Drop 0% Crush On You 0% English Civil War 4% I Fought The Law 5% Safe European Home 0%


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