Mp3 The Clash - I Fought The Law
|1||I Fought The Law|
Written-By – Sonny Curtis
|2||Gates Of The West|
Written-By – J. Strummer, M. Jones
|S CBS 7324, 12-7324||Clash||The Cost Of Living E.P. (7", EP)||CBS, CBS||S CBS 7324, 12-7324||UK||1979|
|S CBS 7324, 12-7324||Clash||The Cost Of Living E.P. (7", EP)||CBS, CBS||S CBS 7324, 12-7324||UK||Unknown|
|CBS 7324||Clash||The Cost Of Living E.P. (7", EP)||CBS||CBS 7324||Netherlands||1979|
- Producer – Bill Price, The Clash
A: Acuff Rose Music Ltd.
B: Riva Music Ltd./Nineden Ltd.
Promo for The Cost Of Living E.P.
Retail version release date on A-side label: 11th May 1979.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Records
- Published By – Acuff Rose Music Ltd.
- Published By – Riva Music Ltd.
- Published By – Nineden Ltd.
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