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Clash Live Album Scheduled

From Here to Eternity: The Clash Live will be accompanied by a new documentary on the band.

Punk icons the Clash will release their first live album, From Here to Eternity: The Clash Live, in October, according to a statement from Epic Records. Also scheduled for release in the fall is "Westway to the World," a documentary about the band that includes extensive interviews with all of the Clash's former members. The live album has 17 tracks, including "London Calling" and "Clash City Rockers," all drawn from shows between 1978 and 1982. Former Clash bassist Paul Simonon, now an artist, created the cover art for the live album. The Clash, considered one of the most important English punk bands, broke up in 1986. Founding member Joe Strummer is scheduled to release a solo album in the fall.