The group released their debut album called the Clash in 1977 and was created in 1976. The album became popular. The group released their third album and the group popularity increased in America. Rolling stone magazine declared their third record the best.
The band line up was composed of Paul Simonon, Tropper Headon Mick Jones and Joe Strummer. Besides the group releasing their most successful rock records London Calling, the group also produced other popular unforgettable albums like Sandinista and Combat Rock. The band featured various music genres and dubs in the album Sandinista. This album was produced Mikey Dread and by the group members. Mikey was a popular reggae musician from Jamaica. Regardless of the challenges that, the band went through, the Clash managed to set up a unique place for itself, not only in United Kingdom but globally. The band was able to accomplish this, with the help of band members and impressive songs that the group created. The band performed their first concert in 1976. After this concert, Levene made a decision to quit from the band.
Their music expanded with reggae and also other roots. Besides that, the group was blessed with extraordinary songwriters like Joe Strummer and Mick Jones. Each of those musicians had a voice that is distinctive. Strummer and Jones were in composing songs good, about apathy and poverty. Joe Strummer is the person who came up with idea the band must be called the Clash after; he discovered how frequently, the word was utilized in the paper. The Clash was popular on either side of the Atlantic. Their attitude and musical style influenced so many rock musicians those within punk rock and outside. Prior to the group they were canonized as rock st. The posse largely sung about revolution. Joe Strummer spent the majority of his youth life, in boarding school and by the time he was twenty years of age, he had formed a group referred to as the 101′ers. Before the Clash was joined by Mick Jones, he was playing in a different group referred to as London SS.