A host of rare live Clash performance clips will be found on "The Clash Live: Revolution Rock," due on DVD April 15 via Epic/Legacy. PBS will broadcast excerpts from the film in early March, Billboard

A host of rare live Clash performance clips will be found on "The Clash Live: Revolution Rock," due on DVD April 15 via Epic/Legacy. PBS will broadcast excerpts from the film in early March, Billboard.com can reveal.

Among the highlights are 1977 performances of "Capital Radio" and "What's My Name" for Granada TV, "Guns of Brixton" from the ABC show "Fridays," "The Magnificent Seven" and "This Is Radio Clash" from a 1981 visit to "The Tomorrow Show With Tom Snyder" and footage from the 1983 US Festival, the Clash's last gig with Mick Jones.

"Revolution Rock" was produced by close Clash associate Don Letts, who contributed some of his own B-roll footage to the project. Bonus features include band interviews from 1981 from the Snyder show and NBC's "Live at Five."

Here is the track list for "Revolution Rock":

"Complete Control" (From "The Essential Clash")
"I Fought the Law" (Jan. 1979, London Lyceum)
"Police & Thieves" (Jan. 1980, Aylesbury Friars)
"What's My Name" (Nov. 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)
"Capitol Radio One" (Nov. 1977, Manchester Elizabethan Suite)
"White Riot" (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)
"I'm So Bored With the U.S.A." (Nov. 1978, Manchester Apollo)
"London's Burning" (April 1978 London Victory Park)
"1977" (April 1977, Beaconsfield Studios)
"(White Man) In Hammersmith Palais" (July 1978 Glasgow Apollo)
"Tommy Gun" (1978)
"Safe European Home" (July 1978, London Music Machine)
"London Calling" (June 1981, New York Bonds International Casino)
"Clampdown" (Feb. 1980, Lewisham Odeon)
"The Guns of Brixton" (April 1980, "Fridays")
"Train in Vain" (Feb. 1980, Lewisham Odeon)
"This Is Radio Clash" (June 1981, "The Tomorrow Show")
"The Magnificent Seven" (June 1981, "The Tomorrow Show")
"Brand New Cadillac" (Feb. 1982, Tokyo Sun Plaza)
"Should I Stay or Should I Go" (Oct. 1982, New York Shea Stadium)
"Know Your Rights" (May 1983, US Festival)
"Career Opportunities" (Oct. 1982, New York Shea Stadium)

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