Beyond his tenure as frontman of The Clash, musician Joe Strummer had a prolific career releasing many fantastic records. This March a new retrospective album Assembly is being released, showcasing Strummer’s solo output through a 16-track remastered collection of his most significant works.
The compilation includes “Love Kills” from the Sid & Nancy soundtrack, Mescaleros songs “Coma Girl,” “Forbidden City,” and “Johnny Appleseed.”
The album also includes a never-before-heard acoustic home recording of ‘Junco Partner’ and live versions of The Clash classics “I Fought The Law” and Rudie Can’t Fail” recorded with the Mescaleros.
All tracks are remastered by Grammy Award Winner Paul Hicks (The Beatles / George Harrison / The Rolling Stones / John Lennon), and the compilation includes liner notes from musician Jakob Dylan.
Assembly will be out on March 26th through Dark Horse Records, available in a few different packages, such as a 2 x LP Gatefold Limited Edition Red Vinyl.
Pre Order Here, and check out the cover art and tracklist below.
I Fought The Law (Live at Brixton Academy, London, 24 November 2001) *
Get Down Moses
Rudie Can’t Fail (Live at Brixton Academy, London, 24 November 2001) *
At The Border, Guy
Junco Partner (Acoustic) *
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