* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: ''Music/LondonCalling''
* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: From the film ''Westway To The World'', Mick Jones says this about ''Sandinista!'':
--> '''Mick Jones:''' "I always saw it [''Sandinista!''] as a record for people who were on oil rigs or arctic stations that weren't able to get to the record shops regularly."
** Context for those not in the know: when ''Sandinista!'' was the Clash's big effort, a triple album with 36 tracks. Now, depending on who you ask, either the band surrendered the royalties off of the first 200,000 copies in order to make it a triple instead of a double, or deceiving the company into thinking they were releasing a 12-inch single with the album and then including extra tracks: either way, the album went out for the price of a double, just as ''London Calling'' was a double released for the price of a single.
* EpicRiff: The famous "London Calling" bassline, or the "Should I Stay Or Should I Go" riff are probably the best-known.
* FaceOfTheBand: Strummer, and to a lesser extent Jones. Except if you're a groupie, then you'd want to go after Simonon. Topper is... less fortunate, despite having an excellent reputation on his drumming abilities.
* FanonDiscontinuity: ''Cut the Crap''. Except for "This is England".
* LastSecondWordSwap: "Cheat's" line "You're a fool if you don't know that, so hit the road you stupid fool" would probably have ended with 'twat' but it was changed.
* MemeticMutation: The {{mondegreen}} of [[http://dagobah.net/flash/taskbah.swf Lock the Taskbar]]
* MisaimedFandom: "Rock the Casbah" was popular among US Armed Forces operating in Iraq (both wars), much to the horror of the band.
** And another hit song "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" was used by the Army to drive Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega out of the Vatican embassy he was hiding in during the 1989 invasion of Panama.
* ToughActToFollow: The ''Music/LondonCalling''/''Music/{{Sandinista}}'' double-whammy, or just ''London Calling''.
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