Pre Clash studio demos

There is a lot of 101ers material around but there is thought to be two tracks by Micks band
The Delinquents;
You Know it Ain't Easy
Hurry

Pre Clash studio unreleased tracks
The Delinquents;
You Know it Ain't Easy
Hurry
The Clash (album) studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
09 Apr 77 NME freebie 7" single
Capital Radio (one), Listen (edited)
Keys to Your Heart
I Know What To Think Of You
I Never Did It
How Can I Understand The Flies
Mark Me Absent
Deadly Serious / Dig a Hole
1-2 Got a Crush on You

Listen
Capital Radio 1
The City Of The Dead
1977
Janie Jones
Remote Control
I'm So Bored With The U.S.A.
White Riot
Hate & War
What's My Name

Deny
London's Burning
Career Opportunities

Cheat
Protex Blue
Police & Thieves
48 Hours
Garageland
White Man In Hammersmith Palais
I Fought The Law
Clash City Rockers
Jail Guitar Doors
Complete Control
00 Nov 76 Demos for Polydor
Career Opportunities, White Riot, Janie Jones, Londons Burning, 1977, Listen (single version), Listen (unedited verision)
12 Jan 77 Mickey Foote Demos
Studio chatter, Im so bored with the USA, Londons Burning, White Riot, Career Opportunities, 1977, Janie Jones (instrumental)
26 Apr 77 Video Promo
1977, Londons Burning, White Riot with and without backing vocals
The Clash (album) unreleased tracks
I Know What To Think Of You (live)
I Never Did It (live)
How Can I Understand The Flies (live)
Mark Me Absent (live)
Deadly Serious / Dig a Hole (live)
Keys to Your Heart (live)
Give Em Enough Rope studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
Winter 77 CBS Studios outtakes
Presure Drop alt, 1-2 Got a crush on You. Pressure Drop was re-recorded in early 1979 for the B-side to TG
Safe European Home
English Civil War
Tommy Gun

Julie’s Been Working For The Drug Squad
Last Gang In Town
Guns On The Roof

Drug-Stabbing Time
Stay Free

Cheapskates
All The Young Punks

The Prisoner
Pressure Drop
City of the Dead
Groovy Times
Gates Of The West
Capital Radio 2
It's Not Over
One Emotion
Heartbreak Hotel
Piano Song
Oh Baby Oh
One Emotion
No Reason
Good Times Roll
Blitzkreig Bop
Train Kept a Rollin
Jan 78 CBS Studios outtake
The Prisoner - b -side to WM
early 78 Studio Outake Joe
Heartbreak Hotel Joe did two versions for the film by Diego Cotez, Grutzi Elvis (rel. May78). A cajun versoin and a terrorist version.
Mar/Apr 78 Give em Enough Rope Demos
Less sludge more music:
Safe European Home, Stay Free, Julies Been working for the Drug Squad, Groovy Times, Drug Stabbin Time, Last Gang in Town, It's Not Over, One Emotion. All poor sounding though.
Summer 78 Rude Boy demos
for the film, Piano Song, Let the Good Times Roll, No Reason, All the Young punks Joe solo (edited/film), Garageland (edited/film), Garageland (unedited/unreleased outake) 2x versions, Rude Boy Advert.
Late 78 Alternate Studio version
re-recorded one off contributiuon to compilation LP of White Man in Ham Palais
Give Em Enough Rope unreleased tracks
Heartbreak Hotel (studio)
Piano Song (studio)
Oh Baby Oh (studio)
One Emotion (studio)
No Reason (studio)
Good Times Roll (studio)
Blitzkreig Bop (live)
Train Kept a Rollin (soundcheck)
London Calling studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
00 Nov 79 London Calling studio outakes bootlegs
Mona, You Can't Judge a Woman
London Calling
Brand New Cadillac
Jimmy Jazz
Hateful
Rudie Can’t Fail
Spanish Bombs

The Right Profile
Lost In The Supermarket
Clampdown
The Guns Of Brixton
Wrong ‘Em Boyo

Death Or Glory
Koka Kola
The Card Cheat
Lover’s Rock (no known recording)
Four Horsemen
I’m Not Down
Revolution Rock
Train In Vain
Bankrobber
Armagideon Time

Mona
You Can't Judge a Woman
Lonesome Me
Walking the Sidewalk
Where You Gonna Go
The Man in Me
Heart and Mind
Please Don't Go
Be Bop a Lula
The Israelites
Fingernails
Baby Please Don't Go
Roadrunner
Hit the Road Jack
Time is Tight
00 Nov 79 Vanilla Tapes - Demos released with Official London Caling re-release including unrealsed tracks
Lonesome Me (studio)
Walking the Sidewalk (studio)
Where You Gonna Go (Soweto) (studio)
The Man in Me (studio)
London Calling unreleased tracks
Mona (studio)
You Can't Judge a Woman (studio)
Lonesome Me (studio)
Walking the Sidewalk (studio)
Where You Gonna Go (Soweto) (studio)
The Man in Me (studio)
Heart and Mind (studio)
Please Don't Go (live)
Be Bop a Lula (live)
The Israelites (live TV)
Fingernails (live)
Baby Please Don't Go (Soundcheck)
Roadrunner (Soundcheck)
Be Bop a Lula (live)
Hit the Road Jack (live)
Sandinista studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
Summer 80 Sandinista outakes
Blonde Rock n Roll, Louie Louie, King of the Road
The Magnificent Seven
Hitsville U.K.
Junco Partner
Ivan Meets G.I. Joe
The Leader

Something About England
Rebel Waltz
Look Here
The Crooked Beat
Somebody Got Murdered
One More Time

One More Dub
Lightning Strikes (Not Once But Twice)
Up In Heaven (Not Only Here)
Corner Soul
Lets Go Crazy

If Music Could Talk
The Sound Of Sinners
Police On My Back
Midnight Log
The Equaliser
The Call Up
Washington Bullets

Broadway
Blowing in The Guns Of Brixton
Lose This Skin
Charlie Don’t Surf
Mensforth Hill
Junkie Slip
Kingston Advice
The Street Parade
Version City
Living In Fame
Silicone On Sapphire
Version Pardner
Career Opportunities 2
Shepherds Delight
Radio Clash
Stop the World
Radio One
The Cool Out
Blonde Rock n Roll
Louie Louie
King of the Road
Fujiyama Mama
Grafitti Rap
1981

Spirit of St. Louis (album)
Spirit of St. Louis is the second studio album by American singer and actress Ellen Foley, released in March 1981. Foley is backed by The Clash on all songs. The album was recorded right after The Clash's Sandinista! with the same musicians and engineers. Foley was dating Clash guitarist Mick Jones at the time. The album charted at #57 UK.

Sandinista unreleased tracks
Blonde Rock n Roll (studio)
Louie Louie (studio)
King of the Road (studio)
Fujiyama Mama (live)
Combat Rock studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
Wint/Spr 82 Rat Patrol from Fort Bragg
Mick Jones original mixes - all tracks ++
includes unreleased
The Beautiful People are Ugly,
Kill Time,
Walk Evil Talk
& alternate outake versions of Know your Rights, and a alternate Overpowered by Funk Instrumental
Know Your Rights
Car Jamming
Should I Stay or Should I Go
Rock the Casbah

Red Angel Dragnet
Straight to Hell
Overpowered by Funk
Atom Tan
Sean Flynn
Ghetto Defendant
Inoculated City

Death is a Star
First Night Back in London
Long Time Jerk
Cool Confusion
The Beautiful People are Ugly
Kill Time
Walk Evil Talk
House of the Ju Ju Queen
Sex Machine
The Boy from New York City
28 Dec 82 Secret 7" Single
House of the Ju Ju Queen with Janie Jones (a infamous madam) on vocals
B/side Sex Machine, the James Brown song with Joe vocals skewed
Also not on single an outtake with Joe on vocals on the Ju Ju Queen track. The Clash wrote and perform all the music.
1983 Blonde Rock n Roll (Ellen Foley)
Unreleased 'Sandinista!' studio outtake recorded in March 1980 at Electric Ladyland in New York City
Combat Rock unreleased tracks
The Beautiful People are Ugly (studio)
Kill Time (studio)
Walk Evil Talk (studio)
House of the Ju Ju Queen (studio)
Sex Machine (studio)
The Boy from New York City (soundcheck)
Cut the Crap studio demos Tracks played live (bold)
NOV 1983 Nick Sheppard demos November 1983
Recorded at the Lucky 8 Studios, London, November 1983.This is a Clash recording of immence historical importance and interest. These are the only, so far discovered, Clash demos from the period after Mick Jones left the band. Amongst the tracks are a number that have never beenpreviously released.Track listing;
We are The Clash, In the Pouring Rain, Glue Zombie, Jericho, National Powder, Are You Ready for War?, Galleani, This is England, Rock n Roll City, The Dictator, Out of Control, Sex Mad War, Backwoods Drive, Three Card Trick.
Dictator
Dirty Punk
We Are the Clash
Are You Red..Y
Cool Under Heat
Movers and Shakers
This Is England
Three Card Trick

Play to Win
Fingerpoppin’
North and South

Life Is Wild
Do It Now (Sex Mad Roar)
In the Pouring Rain
Glue Zombie
Galleani (Ammunition)

National Powder
Rock n Roll City
Backwoods Drive
Shouting Street
James Bond Theme
Nov 1983 Top Risk Action Company TRAC or The Clash II Mick and Topper's band when teh bands name The Clash was subject to legal proceedings. Later to be called Top Risk Action Company recorded but did not release.The Prolific
Winning
Gone To The Dogs
Ringmaster
Astro Turf
Interaction
Nation
Apprentice
Du Cane Road
Fare Dodgers
The Bottom Line
Euroshima (Edit)
Euroshima (Unedited)
Cut the Crap unreleased tracks
In the Pouring Rain (studio)
Glue Zombie (studio)
Galleani (studio)
National Powder (studio)
Rock n Roll City (studio)
Backwoods Drive (studio)
Shouting Street (studio)
James Bond Theme (live)