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JUNE 29 2018
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Joe Strummer Photo JOE STRUMMER DEMOS AND RARITIES to appear on new compilation
Laura Snapes


The 32-track album will include previously unheard recordings made by the late musician before and after his time with the Clash.

A new compilation of Joe Strummer's output beyond his recordings with the Clash will include 12 previously unreleased songs. The 32-track double album Joe Strummer 001 was overseen by Strummer's widow, Lucinda Tait, Robert Gordon McHarg III and Grammy winner Peter J Moore, and includes recordings by his bands the 101'ers and the Mescaleros in addition to solo material.

It was Moore who unearthed the hidden tracks in Strummer's archives, discovering that the songwriter and guitarist would often leave 20 minutes between songs on his cassettes and "superimpose" tracks on to eight-track recordings, which Moore disentangled.

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