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All Mod Cons

All Mod Cons
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Description: R R More interested in social commentary than political confrontation, the Jam breathed some sophistication into the British punk movement. The young Paul Weller mixed punk anger with 1960s mod guitar flash, a combination that set the Jam apart from their contemporaries. Cynical but never abrasive, the songs on All Mod Cons are short and pointed. Weller displays an increasingly assured touch on wistful ballads and, by reaching into the soul copybook to embellish "Down in the Tube Station at Midnight," gives a hint of the direction the Jam would take on subsequent albums. --Ben Clancy ... (more)
Manufacturer: Ume Imports
Release date: 9 August 2004
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0731453741928 UPC: 766482988624
Tags: Punk (2), England (1), New Wave (1), Mod (1)
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RS: 40 Greatest Punk Albums of All-Time (40 music items)

"Dubbing himself "the Cappuccino kid," the Jam's Paul Weller channeled punk fervor into a Mod revival, inspired by the Kinks and the Who. Their third album is a snapshot of London life, from "'A' Bomb in Wardour Street" to "Down in the Tube Station at Midnight," a salvo against rightwing punkers."

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