Released dually as a conventional four-disc box and as a massive vinyl collection of all 19 of the 7-inch singles (complete with original artwork), The Singles is a set designed for musicologists and Anglophile geeks who have both too much time and too much money. The music, however, is still remarkably significant. Hearing early tracks such as "White Riot," "London's Burning" and "(White Man) in Hammersmith Palais" segue into "Armagideon Time," "Train in Vain" and "One More Time" produces a revelatory experience. In this context, even latter efforts such as the tiresome "Should I Stay or Should I Go" make sense. The Singles makes clear that we will likely never see a band the caliber of The Clash again.