The 'Live at Shea Stadium' album and 'The Clash Live - Revolution Rock' DVD were both released on 6th October by SonyBMG and you can win yourself one of each.
The Clash, opening for The Who on their farewell tour of the US, played two nights at the legendary Shea Stadium (12th & 13th October 1982). The album features the second night's performance in its entirety. Despite being the support act, the New York Post reported "there were as many Clash fans on those nights as Who fans". One of the few remaining unreleased Clash treasures, the recordings have long been sought after by fans. The tapes were unearthed by the late Joe Strummer whilst packing for a move.
It's available to buy in deluxe limited edition and standard CD formats, but read on for details on how to win yourself a free copy.
Directed by long-time Clash collaborator and Grammy-winning director Don Letts, the film follows the live transformation of the band.
It incorporates footage from all phases of the band's meteoric career, beginning with live-in-the-studio clips and climaxing with a blow-out performance at Shea Stadium.
Other highlights include performances from 1977 of 'Capital Radio' and 'What's My Name' on Tony Wilson's Granada TV show.
Hull City Online has been given three sets of the CD and DVD to give away. All you have to do is look for the black and amber London Calling sleeve among the player profiles on this site (click here). Once you've found it, e-mail email@example.com with London Calling as the subject, and state which player's profile the image appears on. Please also give your name and location.
Entries must be received by 3 o'clock on Sunday 19/10/08. Anyone who reveals the answer on the message board will be disqualified! Three winners will be picked at random and notified by e-mail and listed on the site on Monday.