19 Songs: 28 Performances: 72 minutes of live Clash footage Now fully restored in HD with all new 5.1 surround sound. Filmed as a fictional documentary Rude Boy the movie follows punk (Ray Gange) as he quits his job in a West End sex shop to become a roadie for the most exciting band in the country - The Clash. Capturing THE CLASH during their 'Clash On Patrol’ & 'Sort It Out' UK tours of 1978 Rude Boy is an unparalleled film document of one of the best live bands ever. Follow the band as they tour the length and breadth of the country and headline... the legendary 'Rock Against Racism Carnival' in London's Victoria Park. Gain exclusive access to the rehearsal rooms and the recording studio as they lay down tracks to their second album 'Give 'Em Enough Rope' Set against the backdrop of late 70's Britain Rude Boy is a unique piece of film making and is by far the best document of the music and attitude of the times. Bonus Features: Audio Commentary from Producers/Directors David Mingay and Jack Hazan Interview with 'Rude Boy' Ray Gange Interview with Clash Road Manager Johnny Green Interview with Film-Maker and Cameraman Jack Hazan Interview with Film-Maker David Mingay 2 Bonus Live Tracks that never made the final cut 4 Deleted Scenes 1980 Theatrical Trailer 1980 30 Second Radio Ad 'Just Play The Clash' Separate Song Menu Clash Discography with Original Sleeve Artwork Clash Image Gallery The Clash Live In Munich 3rd October - 7 Songs plus Backstage Interview Original Promotional Fanzine from 1980 Rude Boy Photo Book [show more]
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Originally released in the cinema as a portrait of early 1980s Britain, this fictionalized documentary about The Clash was disowned by the band after it was made and declared 'disgusting' by The Daily Mail. It is partly a study of the band and partly a story about a fictional fan, Ray Gange, who attends the band's concerts and becomes involved in the oppositional political culture of the day, joining in political demonstrations and attending the 'Rock Against Racism' tour. Over the course of the film, Ray follow the band to a number of different gigs and sees them perform such songs as 'White Riot', 'Tommy Gun' and 'London's Burning'.