To celebrate the release of The Clash documentary “The Rise And The Fall Of The Clash”
on 10th March 2014, we’ve got 3 copies of the DVD to give away to our readers
The documentary charts the career of the English punk rock band that formed in 1976 as part of the original wave of British punk. Along with punk, their music incorporated elements of reggae, dub, funk, and rockabilly topped with super hook lines and the necessary aggression.
This documentary impresses with inside information and shows the rise and the fall – from huge success down to dismantling themselves, the DVD contains a host of previously unreleased material and interviews.
The film includes interviews with the likes of founding member Mick Jones, Pearl Harbor (ex-wife of Paul Simonon), David Mingay and Ray Jordan ( ex-Bodyguard The Clash).
The Rise and The Fall Of The Clash is a fascinating punk history lesson and a simply a MUST for any fan or anybody interested in music history and winning a copy couldn’t be easier.
Simply follow us on Twitter @glasswerk and send us the answer to the following question:
Q: Where were The Clash famously lost in their 1979 hit?
a.) The M26
b.) The supermarket
c.) In space.
Winners will be selected at random and notified via Twitter. One entry per person and competition closes 12pm on Monday 17th Feb 2014. You must be following @glasswerk to be eligible.