Sharoma The Clash

The Clash - Bootlegs & Rarities

     Welcome!

Welcome to the site. Here you will find information, artwork and reviews on my collection of Clash bootlegs and rare recordings. From 2000 until 2010 I was a trader: I swapped rare music for rare music, mostly on CD but often on MiniDisc, cassette tape or vinyl. I am no longer a trader; In July 2012 I launched the clumsily-titled USB Sticks Project, through which I shared and distributed my Clash rarities for three years.

Please help me keep this site operative by donating.

If you have dealt with me in the past (2000-present), feel free to comment on the video currently playing (positive or negative) - Thanks!

Item for Sale!

I am selling my copy of the Death Or Glory bootleg LP. It is still in excellent condition, sealed in plastic wrap and has been played at most three times. The first person to make me a reasonable offer will get the item. Pictures available. E-mail me.

Videos

  1. The Clash Rarities Part I
  2. The Clash Rarities Part II
  3. The Clash Rarities Part III
  4. The Clash Rarities Part IV
  5. The Clash Rarities Part V
  6. The Clash Rarities Part VI
  7. The Clash Rarities Part VII
  8. Sandinista! Mix, my selections
  9. Overpowered By Funk (New York Remix)
  10. The Magnificent Seven (Grooveblaster Remix)
  11. James Bond Theme / One More Time (Live 1984)
  12. Patriots Of The Wasteland (Glasgow Barrowlands, 1984) - Complete Show!
  13. Amsterdam '81 - Complete Show!
  14. The Clash - Live in Manchester (1977)
  15. Working In A Coalmine (Live 1984) - Complete Show!

Online Opportunities

Since around 2001 The Clash online community has been served by Satch's forums. This is the place to talk with other Clash fans about anything and everything. You can also find many people also after rare material so it's probably the best place to set up a trade. Visit it at: http://clashcity.com/boards/.

Also, check out The Clash Blog: the only blog that matters!

A semi-serious article I wrote in 2001 comparing The Damned and The Clash.

Contact

If you would like to contact me, feel free: e-mail, g-mail, or ask for a mailing address.