From Here to Eternity: Live is a live album by English punk rock band The Clash. It was released on 4 October 1999 through Epic Records. The songs were recorded at different shows.
From Here to Eternity: Live is a live album by English punk rock band The Clash. Some of the recordings featured also appear in the film Rude Boy. "London's Burning", "What's My Name" and "I Fought the Law" were instrumentally overdubbed to repair some technical deficiencies of the original live recording. All tracks are written by Joe Strummer and Mick Jones, except where noted.
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The Clash ve své hudbě spojovali punk, reggae a mnoho dalších hudebních stylů . cd rip flac topQ live britská punk rocková kapela, která existovala mezi lety 1976 a 1986. Jde o jednu z nejznámějších kapel první vlny punku v 70. letech. The Clash ve své hudbě spojovali punk, reggae a mnoho dalších hudebních stylů. Vášnivý politický idealismus v textech Joe Strummera a Micka Jonese kontrastoval s nihilismem Sex Pistols a jednoduchostí The Ramones. Album London Calling z roku 1979 je považováno za jedno z nejlepších alb historie a časopis Rolling Stone jej vyhlásil albem 80. let, ačkoliv vyšlo na konci roku 1979.
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From Here To Eternity Amazingness. A Live album by The Clash that really gets the sense tingling all over! Not to mention the fact that every lovely song was REMIXED & digitally remastered, giving the listener crystal clear distinctions of every note coming from out Mick Jones' Les Paul, & Paul Simonons' bass. Anyway, This album is a full on treat for any fan of The Clash. From Here To Eternity- In the top 10, at least, & I highly recommend it for my top 5 live albums of all time.
Bootlegs offered proof of those great performances, but only hardcore collectors would seek those out, which is why From Here to Eternity: Live, the Clash's first official live album, is a welcome addition to their catalog - it confirms that the legend is deserved. Sequenced as "the ultimate live concert," as so many compiled live albums are, this is one time the trick actually works. All the performances were recorded between 1978 and 1982, but they're sequenced according to the date of the song, not the date of the performance.
Format: Audio CDVerified Purchase. Great music, plus a dash of humor; this CD explains why The Clash were "the only band that matters. Just press play, and jump onto the roller coaster! Live from Here to Eternity is so full of grit and drive that the listener can't possibly remain d. Missed my chance to see them live (MANY years ago), but this is the next best thing. Best track: "What's My Name"; low point: "Straight to Hell," but only because it sounds off-key (maybe it was supposed to?).
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Years after the Clash disintegrated, their live performances remained legendary, partially because most things concerning the band entered rock legend. Bootlegs offered proof of those great performances, but only hardcore collectors would seek those out, which is why From Here to Eternity: Live, the Clash's first official live album, is a welcome addition to their catalog -- it confirms that the legend is deserved. Sequenced as "the ultimate live concert," as so many compiled live albums are, this is one time the trick actually works. All the performances were recorded between 1978 and 1982, but they're sequenced according to the date of the song, not the date of the performance. Consequently, the album divides roughly in half, as the first nine songs are devoted to The Clash and Give 'Em Enough Rope, with the rest of the record comprised of songs from London Calling and its successors. That doesn't necessarily mean that the performance is taken from the same era as the song, however. The amazing thing is that the performances all sound like they're taken from the same show. From Here to Eternity has genuine momentum, rushing through its 17 songs at a furious pace -- things don't slow down until "Armagideon Time," the 11th song in. Only after the album is finished does it sink in that it is indeed sequenced chronologically, since it has the feel of a set list. More importantly, it's impossible to tell when each song was recorded. "Career Opportunities" sounds as if it were recorded at a packed, sweaty London club, but it was taken from tapes of the band's opening set for the Who at Shea Stadium in the fall of 1982. That's not the only incident of such historical sleight of hand, either. Throughout the first portion of the album, early and latter-day performances blend seamlessly, creating the illusion that everything on the record was from one dynamic, relentlessly exciting show. By doing so, From Here to Eternity: Live offers undeniable proof of the Clash's greatness -- this was a band that sounded every bit as good in its final days as it did in its first. (This, of course, is discounting the post-Mick Jones Clash.) But the best thing about the album is that it never sounds like a historical project or an archival release, because it is such a captivating listen. From the opening chords of "Complete Control" to the closing notes of "Straight to Hell," From Here to Eternity is an invigorating record, teeming with life and energy. It's a live album worthy of a band as legendary as the Clash. - Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
CD - Track Listings
 Complete Control
 London's Burning
 What's My Name
 Clash City Rockers
 Career Opportunities
 (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais
 Capital Radio
 City Of The Dead
 I Fought The Law
 London Calling
 Armagideon Time
 Train In Vain
 Guns of Brixton
 The Magnificent Seven
 Know Your Rights
 Should I Stay Or Should I Go
 Straight To Hell
CD Play Time - 01h:03m:42s
Total File Size....................... 472mb (Including FLAC + Logs, Art Covers & Text File)
Format / Info....................... FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) - EAC (Exact Audio Copy)
Encoder................................ libFLAC / EAC - 1.2.1 (UTC 2007-09-17)
Scanned Artwork................. Yes – only1joe - From CD @ 300dpi
Original CD Rip..................... Yes - only1joe
Original Uploader................. Yes - only1joe
Upload Speed....................... 40-50KB/s
Music Genre......................... Punk Rock
Release Date........................ 04 October 1999
Record Company / Label..... Columbia Sony Music
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