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From Here to Eternity
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Released: 04/10/99

UK Catalogue Number: Columbia 4961832

UK Chart Position: N/A

From Here To Eternity is a live album sourced from several performances across The Clash's career.


Track ListingEdit

  1. Complete Control (3:45)
  2. London's Burning (2:03)
  3. What's My Name (1:43)
  4. Clash City Rockers (3:30)
  5. Career Opportunities (2:06)
  6. (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais (4:28)
  7. Capital Radio (2:58)
  8. City of the Dead (2:47)
  9. I Fought The Law (2:36)
  10. London Calling (3:29)
  11. Armagideon Time (5:05)
  12. Train in Vain (4:43)
  13. The Guns of Brixton (3:36)
  14. The Magnificent Seven (6:09)
  15. Should I Stay or Should I Go (3:14)
  16. Straight to Hell (7:24)

Performance SourcesEdit

  1. Listed as June 13, 1981, actually from the June 9, 1981 show at Bonds Int. Casino, New York City, USA.
  2. From the Rock Against Racism festival on April 30, 1978, taken from the soundtrack to the film Rude Boy, features extensive overdubs from the band.
  3. From the show at the Music Machine on July 27, 1978 taken from the soundtrack to the film Rude Boy, features extensive overdubs from the band.
  4. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  5. From the 10/13/82 show at Shea Stadium supporting The Who.
  6. From the 9/7/82 at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  7. From the 2/18/80 show at the Lewisham Odeon.
  8. From the December 28th 1978 show at The Lyceum, London.
  9. From the December 28th 1978 show at The Lyceum, London.
  10. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  11. From the 2/18/80 show at the Lewisham Odeon.
  12. Listed as 6/13/81, actually from the 6/9/81 show at Bonds Int. Casino, New York City, USA.
  13. Listed as 6/13/81, actually from the 6/9/81 show at Bonds Int. Casino, New York City, USA.
  14. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  15. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  16. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.
  17. From the 9/7/82 show at the Orpheum in Boston, Massachusetts.

Note: The date for the Bonds show has been confirmed as June 9th from dated audience recordings. The date of the Lyceum show is still in question, and may in fact be from the 29th of December 1978 or even the 3rd of January 1979.

CriticismsEdit

  • While fans were happy to hear professionally mixed live material from the band, many fans were upset with the track selection and the abundance of material featuring drummer Terry Chimes
  • The liner notes were wrought with errors, mostly pertaining to the dates of the shows included

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