THE SINGLES - THE CLASH
CD: Sony
2000


Complete Control

Much has been written and speculated about Lee Perry's work with The Clash; in fact, he only did some minimal production work on "Complete Control", a song that was more or less finished by the time the band got Scratch into the studio. Despite its punk rock status, the fierce, anti-corporate "Complete Control" fits perfectly into the Lee Perry catalogue, since many of his songs have been rants about the greedy and the ungrateful. This collection also contains more of The Clash's raucous reggae, including "White Man In Hammersmith Palais" and the Mikey Dread produced "Bankrobber".

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