The definitive biography of the group's fall from grace after they made it to SHEA Stadium USA and were on their way being a smashing success in the world! This story is one of the most ...
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The definitive biography of the group's fall from grace after they made it to SHEA Stadium USA and were on their way being a smashing success in the world! This story is one of the most shocking of the music industry of the 1980s. The story has never been told before: The Collapse of The Clash unravels as the ultimate rock 'n' roll tragedy.Written by
Yeah, it's called the RISE AND FALL, but really only focuses on the fall.
I remember seeing the trailer back in 2012 and it was pretty apparent from that that the later days of the band would be in focus. If you're prepared for that then I think you will really enjoy this documentary.
There already exists other better documentaries about The Clash's earlier days and their prime. But all of them completely ignore the last years, which is a shame. Cut the Crap sucks, but it's still an interesting story to tell.
If you've seen all the other Clash documentaries and feel that you want to know more about the fall and The Clash post-Mick Jones, go watch this one. But don't expect any story of their rise.
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