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Going Underground - The Jam - The Very Best Of The Jam (CD)


1997
Label: Polydor - 537 423-2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Mod
Going Underground - The Jam - The Very Best Of The Jam (CD)

21 Tracks for under $8 on CD, PLUS auto rip copies on MP3 is insanely cheap. Late 70's and early 80's icons the Jam were a great band, and this is a pretty good (if incomplete) flavor of their music. If you're a fan and want to relive your youth, go for it. If you're new to the Jam and want to know what all the fuss is about, this is a cheap /5().

 · The Very Best of the Jam Review. The Very Best of the Jam is the third, and complete, collection of the Jam 's 21 hit singles. Containing an almost identical track list as Greatest Hits and Snap!, this release chronologically charts Paul Weller, Rick Buckler, and Bruce Foxton 's development from mod revivalists, to leftist new romantics, to '60s R&B fanatics, to Brit-pop pioneers/10(47).

 · Listen to more from The Jam here: more about The Jam’s legendary debut album deal with Polydor:

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Live Jam () The Jam at the BBC () Compilations. Snap! () Greatest Hits () Extras () The Very Best of The Jam () The Sound of the Jam () About the Young Idea: The Very Best of The Jam () Box sets. Direction Reaction Creation () 45 rpm: The Singles, () 45 rpm: The Singles, ().


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Very Best Of The Jam" on Discogs.5/5(1).

  2. Editors’ Notes There are several Jam greatest-hits sets, and each does a very good job at summarizing the group’s U.K. accomplishments. The Very Best of The Jam features the single edits, mixes, and versions where possible. Since not everyone is interested in full-length album versions of songs but would rather hear the familiar radio versions, it makes good sense to consider this compilation.

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