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  • Summary: The official release of The Clash's second performance at Shea Stadium in 1982.
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  1. 100
    Smart, cocksure and as cosmopolitan as New York itself, Live At Shea Stadium deserves a place amongst the greats.
  2. Live at Shea Stadium is a very welcome addition to band’s already superb catalog of albums.
  3. Live at Shea rather remarkably captures the band conquering the soon-to-be-demolished stadium, turning the cold, sprawling space into a sweaty Brixton club.
  4. Live at Shea Stadium has its flaws: Devotees will rightly quibble with the set list, which is light on rarities and cuts from the Clash's brilliant debut. But the album captures a rousing, crystalline-sounding Clash show.
  5. A worthy addition to the Clash canon. [Nov 2008, p.126]
  6. The set most vividly captures the Clash's most enduring qualities: the triumphs and tribulations of being populist punks.
  7. It'll no doubt sell by the bucket load; it's one for the completists and dads at Christmas, but first timers looking for an introduction to The Clash should definitely look elsewhere.

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  1. j30
    Sep 28, 2011
    Not the best live album I've ever heard, but you can just feel the ecstatic energy from the band and the crowd. It makes you wish you were there, seeing one of the best bands in the world in their prime. Expand