Friday, 5th February 1982, Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland (via)
01 Intro 02 London Calling 03 One More Time 04 Safe European Home 05 Train In Vain 06 The Leader 07 Bankrobber 08 Magnificent Seven 09 The Guns Of Brixton 10 (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais 11 Ivan Meets GI Joe 12 Brand New Cadillac 13 Janie Jones 14 Koka Kola 15 I Fought the Law 16 Somebody Got Murdered 17 Clampdown 18 This Is Radio Clash 19 Clash City Rockers 20 I’m So Bored With The USA 21 Career Opportunities 22 Jimmy Jazz 23 Tommy Gun 24 Armageddon Time 25 Complete Control 26 Police On My Back
I know in America people think it ridiculous that one can fight to the death over articles of clothing, but in these islands it’s a different story. Teddy Boys were rock ‘n’ rollers, so named after their Edwardian dress style, and punks came in and took the Teddy Boy jackets, which were lovely - long, finget-tip length with moleskin lapels - and ripped them and put safety pins in them. Johnny Rotten was particularly good at decorating a jacket. Teddy Boys didn’t like punks because they thought it was disrespectful what they were doing to their clothes. Which I suppose it was. And one summer in 1976 it was fairly dangerous to walk the streets of London dressed as a punk, especially on Saturday afternoons on the Kings Road, although you’d get involved with Teddy Boys on any day, really. It was their last stand, though, they were blown away by it all. They were the old thing and Punk was the new and there was never going to be a real contest.