The Clash - Train In Vain (Stand By Me) / London Calling mp3 album
Train in Vain" is a song by the British punk rock band The Clash. It was released as the third and final single from their third studio album, London Calling (1979). The song was not originally listed on the album's track listing, appearing as a hidden track at the end of the album. This was because the track was added to the record at the last minute, when the sleeve was already in production.
Album: London Calling (1979). Dorian-michael from Decatur, Al"Trains" need no mention in the actual lyrics of "Train In Vain"; The Clash depict - with guitar, bass, drums and harmonica - an aural portrayal of "the essence" of a passing train so well that an actual lyrical mention would be downright tacky - and quite redundant. Dorian-michael from Decatur, AlA couple of people have posted that "the first North American pressing had the title scratched on the inner groove of the vinyl?" and "the word's (sic)'train (sic) In Vain' were actually etched in to (sic) the.
Produced by Guy Stevens. Album London Calling. Train in Vain Lyrics.
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Train in Vain" is a song from the album London Calling (1979) by the British punk rock band The Clash. The song was not originally listed on the album's track listing,appearing as a secret track at the end of the album. This was unintentional however, as the reason for it was that the track was added to the record at the last minute, when the sleeve was already in production. It was the first Clash song to crack the United States Top 30 charts and in 2004, the song was ranked number 292 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. It was titled "Train in Vain" in part to avoid confusion with Ben E. King's signature song "Stand By Me". The song was written in one night and recorded the next day, near the very end of the recording for London Calling. It was initially intended to be given away as a promotion with the British rock magazine New Musical Express.
the eclectic, sophisticated double album London Calling (released in the . in 1979 and in the . London Calling (1979) earned the Clash a reputation as masters of a stylistically diverse sound and was later named the best album of the 1980s by Rolling Stone magazine. Combat Rock (1982) featured the popular anthem Rock the Casbah, but it was the beginning.
Oh, and The Clash weren’t trying to be clever by including this gem as a hidden song on their influential London Calling album. It was just such a late addition that its name didn’t appear on the record sleeve as it had already gone to print. clash calling in vain music. Train In Vain (Stand by Me)The Clash. clash in vain calling.
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NotesDist. By Collectables. BOX 35. Narberth, PA. 19072
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: (A-side label): ZSS 167132
- Matrix / Runout: (B-side label): ZSS 167133
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