The Clash’s ‘If Music Could Talk’ Promo LP To Be Reissued For Record Store Day

If Music Could Talk is a 1980 interview album with The Clash, Joe Strummer, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Topper Headon, in brief conversation with Kosmo Vinyl. Originally only available as a promotional LP for US-radio ahead of the release of The Clash‘s 4th album Sandinista!. If Music Could Talk will be released for the first time as a limited edition 180 gram double vinyl package with new ...

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