Top 10 songs by The Clash

Tough to make a top 10, The Clash have so many songs of merit. London Calling (1979) is a classic album and deserves high praise, which is more accessible and memorable than the raw punk anger that characterized the band’s 1977 and 1978 studio albums.
I personally prefer the genre experimentation on Combat Rock (1982) and Sandinista! (1980), both of which I consider great albums.
The Clash’s 6th and final album Cut The Crap (1985) was a step backwards, suffering quality-wise due to infighting, but they had a great run.

1.) The Magnificent Seven (from 1980’s Sandinista!)

2.) Straight to Hell (from 1982’s Combat Rock)

3.) Rock the Casbah (from 1982’s Combat Rock)

4.) London Calling  (from 1979’s London Calling)

5.)  Should I Stay or Should I Go (from 1982’s Combat Rock)

6.) Train in Vain (from 1979’s London Calling)

7.) Police on my Back (Equals cover) (from 1980’s Sandinista!)

8.) The Call Up (from 1980’s Sandinista!)

9.) Police & Thieves (Junior Murvin cover) (from 1977’s The Clash)

10.) (White Man) in Hammersmith Palais (from 1979’s The Clash US ver.)

Just missed:
White Riot (from 1977’s The Clash)
I’m So Bored with the USA (from 1977’s The Clash)
English Civil War (from 1978’s Give ‘Em Enough Rope)
Safe European Home (from 1978’s Give ‘Em Enough Rope)
Spanish Bombs (from 1979’s London Calling)
Lost in the Supermarket (from 1979’s London Calling)
Guns Of Brixton (from 1979’s London Calling)
Clampdown (from 1979’s London Calling)
Rudie Can’t Fail (from 1979’s London Calling)
The Card Cheat (from 1979’s London Calling)
Death Or Glory (from 1979’s London Calling)
I Fought The Law (from 1979’s The Cost of Living)
Clash City Rockers (from 1979’s The Clash US ver.)
The Street Parade (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Up in Heaven (Not Only Here) (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
One more Time (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Junco Partner (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Living in Fame (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
The Sound Of The Sinners (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Somebody Got Murdered (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Charlie Don’t Surf (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Kingston Advice (from 1980’s Sandinista!)
Bankrobber (1980 single)
This is Radio Clash (1981 single)
Overpowerered by Funk (from 1982’s Combat Rock)
Ghetto Defendant (from 1982’s Combat Rock)
This is England (from 1985’s Cut the Crap)
Love Kills by Joe Strummer (from 1986’s Sid and Nancy soundtrack)

YouTube playlist of the above I created HERE

Have you listened to The Clash? Which do you think is their best album? Agree or disagree with my top 10? Did I miss anything by The Clash you love?