Elgin Avenue Breakdown was a compilation album of the band's recordings originally released in 1981 because of The Clash's popularity. This vinyl release is based on the CD re-issue by EMI in 2005 with liners by Allan Jones and detailed notes on each track by the band's drummer Richard Dudanski. Limited edition RSD exclusive.
Label: Andalucia – RP1-170036, Parlophone – RP1 170036
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, Red
Released: 18 Apr 2015
Style: Rock & Roll, Garage Rock
A2 Silent Telephone
A3 Motor Boys Motor
A4 5 Star Rock 'N' Roll Petrol
A5 Surf City
B1 Steamgauge 99
B2 Keys To Your Heart (Version 2)
B3 Sweety Of The St. Moritz
C1 Shake Your Hips
C2 Lonely Mother's Son
C3 Don't Let It Go
C4 Keep Taking The Tablets
D1 Junco Partner
D2 Out Of Time
Bass Guitar – Mole* (tracks: A1, A2, A3, B1, B3, B4)
Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals – "Desperate" Dan Kelleher*
Drums, Backing Vocals – Richard "Snakehips" Dudanski*
Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals – Clive "Wvil" Timperley*
Lead Vocals – "Desperate" Dan Kelleher* (tracks: A5, D1)
Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Joe Strummer
Record Store Day 2015 Exclusive
Collected recordings of Joe Strummer's pre-Clash band on double red vinyl
Digital remaster (P) 2005 Andalucia Records under exclusive license to Parlophone Records Ltd.
This compilation (P) and (C) 2015 Parlophone Records Ltd., a Warner Music Group Company.
Rear sleeve credits Mole as playing on six tracks listed by title, and as playing on tracks 1, 2, 6, 7, 11, and 12. The track numbers correspond to the sequencing on the CD Elgin Avenue Breakdown - Revisited, not to the sequencing on this release. Thus, credits to Mole are based on the listed track titles.