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The Jam

The Jam were the most popular band to emerge from the initial wave of British punk rock in 1977; along with the Sex Pistols, the Clash, and the Buzzcocks, the Jam had the most impact on pop music. While they could barely get noticed in America, the trio became genuine superstars in Britain, with an impressive string of Top Ten singles in the late '70s and early '80s. The Jam could never have a hit in America because they were thoroughly and defiantly British. Under the direction of guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Paul Weller, the trio spearheaded a revival of mid-'60s mod groups, in the style of the Who and the Small Faces. Like the mod bands, the group dressed stylishly, worshipped American R&B, and played it loud and rough. By the time of the group's third album, Weller's songwriting had grown substantially, as he was beginning to write social commentaries and pop songs in the vein of the Kinks. Both his political songs and his romantic songs were steeped in British culture, filled with references and slang in the lyrics, as well as musical allusions. Furthermore, as the Jam grew more popular and musically accessible, Weller became more insistent and stubborn about his beliefs, supporting leftist causes and adhering to the pop aesthetics of '60s British rock without ever succumbing to hippie values. Paradoxically, that meant even when their music became more pop than punk, they never abandoned the punk values -- if anything, Weller stuck to the strident independent ethics of 1977 more than any other punk band just by simply refusing to change.

Weller formed the Jam with drummer Rick Buckler, bassist Bruce Foxton, and guitarist Steve Brookes while they were still in school in 1975; Brookes quickly left the band and they remained a trio for the rest of their career. For the next year, the band played gigs around London, building a local following. In February 1977, the group signed a record contract with Polydor Records; two months later, they released their debut single, "In the City," which reached the U.K. Top 40. The following month, the group released their debut album, also called In the City. Recorded in just 11 days, the album featured a combinations of R&B covers and Weller originals, all of which sounded a bit like faster, more ragged versions of the Who's early records. Their second single, "All Around the World," nearly broke into the British Top Ten and the group embarked on a successful British tour. During the summer of 1977, they recorded their second album, This Is the Modern World, which was released toward the end of the year. "The Modern World" made it into the Top 40 in November, just as the Jam were beginning their first American tour. Although it was brief, the tour was not successful, leaving bitter memories of the U.S. in the minds of the band.

This Is the Modern World peaked in the British charts at number 22, yet it received criticism for repeating the sound of the debut. The band began a headlining tour of the U.K., yet it was derailed shortly after it started when the group got into a nasty fight with a bunch of rugby players in a Leeds hotel. Weller broke several bones and was charged with assault, although the Leeds Crown Court would eventually acquit him. The Jam departed for another American tour in March of 1978 and it was yet another unsuccessful tour, as they opened for Blue Öyster Cult. It did nothing to win new American fans, yet their star continued to rise in Britain. Bands copying the group's mod look and sound popped up across Britain and the Jam itself performed at the Reading Festival in August. All Mod Cons, released late in 1978, marked a turning point in the Jam's career, illustrating that Weller's songwriting was becoming more melodic, complex, and lyrically incisive, resembling Ray Davies more than Pete Townshend. Even as their sound became more pop-oriented, the group lost none of their tightly controlled energy. All Mod Cons was a major success, peaking at number six on the U.K. charts, even if it didn't make a dent in the U.S. Every one of the band's singles were now charting in the Top 20, with the driving "Eton Rifles" becoming their first Top Ten in November 1979, charting at number three.

Setting Sons, released at the end of 1979, climbed to number four in the U.K. and marked their first charting album in the U.S., hitting number 137 in spring of 1980. At that time, the Jam had become full-fledged rock stars in Britain, with their new "Going Underground" single entering the charts at number one. During the summer, the band recorded their fifth album, with the "Taxman"-inspired "Start" released as a teaser single in August; "Start" became their second straight number one. Its accompanying album, the ambitious Sound Affects, hit number two in the U.K. at the end of the year; it was also the band's high-water mark in the U.S., peaking at number 72. "That's Entertainment," one of the standout tracks from Sound Affects, charted at number 21 in the U.K. as an import single, confirming the band's enormous popularity.

"Funeral Pyre," the band's summer 1981 single, showed signs that Weller was becoming fascinated with American soul and R&B, as did the punchy, horn-driven "Absolute Beginners," which hit number four in the fall of the year. As the Jam were recording their sixth album, Weller suffered a nervous breakdown, which prompted him to stop drinking. In February 1982, the first single from the new sessions -- the double A-sided "Town Called Malice"/"Precious" -- became their third number one single and the band became the first group since the Beatles to play two songs on BBC's Top of the Pops. The Gift, released in March of 1982, showcased the band's soul infatuation and became the group's first number one album in the U.K. "Just Who Is the 5 O'Clock Hero" hit number eight in July, becoming the group's second import single to make the U.K. charts.

Although the Jam was at the height of its popularity, Weller was becoming frustrated with the trio's sound and made the decision to disband the group. On the heels of the number two hit "The Bitterest Pill," the Jam announced their breakup in October of 1982. The band played a farewell tour in the fall and their final single, "Beat Surrender," entered the charts at number one. Dig the New Breed, a compilation of live tracks, charted at number two in December of 1982. All 16 of the group's singles were re-released by Polydor in the U.K. at the beginning of 1983; all of them recharted simultaneously. Bruce Foxton released a solo album, Touch Sensitive, and Rick Buckler played with the Time UK; neither of the efforts were as noteworthy as the Jam biography the two wrote in the early '90s, which contained many vicious attacks on Weller.

Immediately after the breakup of the Jam, Weller formed the Style Council with Mick Talbot, a member of the Jam-inspired mod revival band the Merton Parkas. After a handful of initial hits, the Style Council proved to be a disappointment and Weller fell out of favor, both critically and commercially. At the end of the decade he disbanded the group and went solo in the early '90s; his solo albums were both artistic and popular successes, returning him to the spotlight in the U.K. The legacy of the Jam is apparent in nearly every British guitar pop band of the '80s and '90s, from the Smiths to Blur and Oasis. More than any other group, the Jam kept the tradition of three-minute, hook-driven British guitar pop alive through the '70s and '80s, providing a blueprint for generations of bands to come. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
full bio

Selected Discography


Track List: 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Jam

1. In The City

2. The Modern World (Single Version)

3. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight (Single Version)

4. Strange Town

5. The Butterfly Collector

6. Going Underground

7. That's Entertainment

8. Start! (UK Single Version)

9. Beat Surrender

10. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)

11. Town Called Malice


Track List: The Sound Of The Jam

1. In The City

2. Away From The Numbers

3. The Modern World

4. David Watts

5. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

6. To Be Someone (Didn't We Have A Nice Time)

7. Mr. Clean

8. English Rose

9. The Butterfly Collector

10. The Eton rifles

11. Thick As Thieves

12. Going Underground

13. Start!

14. Liza Radley

15. Pretty Green

16. That's Entertainment

17. Tales From The Riverbank

18. Town Called Malice

19. Ghosts

20. Beat Surrender


Track List: The Jam At The BBC

Disc 1

1. In The City

2. Art School

3. I've Changed My Address

4. The Modern World

5. All Around The World

6. London Girl

7. Bricks & Mortar

8. Carnaby Street

9. Billy Hunt

10. In The Street Today

11. The Combine

12. Sounds From The Street

14. Modern World

17. Here Comes The Weekend

Disc 2

1. Thick As Thieves

3. Saturday's Kids

9. The Gift

10. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

11. Ghosts

12. Absolute Beginners

13. Tales From The Riverbank

15. A Town Called Malice

16. In The Crowd

17. Circus

19. Start!

20. Boy About Town


Track List: Snap!

Disc 1

1. In The City

2. Away From The Numbers

3. All Around The World

4. The Modern World

5. News Of The World

6. Billy Hunt

7. English Rose

8. Mr. Clean

9. David Watts

10. A Bomb In Wardour Street

11. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

12. Strange Town

13. The Butterfly Collector

14. When You're Young

15. Smithers-Jones

16. Thick As Thieves

Disc 2

1. The Eton Rifles

2. Going Underground

3. Dreams Of Children

4. That's Entertainment

5. Start!

6. Man In The Corner Shop

7. Funeral Pyre

8. Absolute Beginners

9. Tales From The Riverbank

10. Town Called Malice

11. Precious

12. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)

13. Beat Surrender


Track List: Sound Affects

1. Pretty Green

2. Monday

3. But I'm Different Now

4. Set The House Ablaze

5. Start!

6. That's Entertainment

7. Dream Time

8. Man In The Corner Shop

9. Music For The Last Couple

10. Boy About Town

11. Scrape Away


Track List: Setting Sons

1. Girl On The Phone

2. Thick As Thieves

3. Private Hell

4. Little Boy Soldiers

5. Wasteland

6. Burning Sky

7. Smithers-Jones

8. Saturday's Kids

9. The Eton Rifles

10. Heat Wave

11. Strange Town

12. When You're Young

14. See-Saw

15. Going Underground

16. The Dreams Of Children

17. So Sad About Us

18. Hey Mister

19. Start!


Track List: All Mod Cons

1. All Mod Cons

2. To Be Someone (Didn't We Have A Nice Time?)

3. Mr. Clean

4. David Watts

5. English Rose

6. In The Crowd

7. Billy Hunt

8. It's Too Bad

9. Fly

10. The Place I Love

11. 'A' Bomb In Wardour Street

12. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight


Track List: This Is The Modern World

1. The Modern World

2. London Traffic

3. Standards

4. Life From A Window

5. The Combine

6. Don't Tell Them You're Sane

7. In The Street Today

8. London Girl

9. I Need You (For Someone)

10. Here Comes The Weekend

11. Tonight At Noon

12. In The Midnight Hour


Track List: In The City

1. Art School

2. I've Changed My Address

3. Slow Down

4. I Got By In Time

5. Away From The Numbers

6. Batman Theme

7. In The City

8. Sounds From The Street

9. Non-Stop Dancing

10. Time For Truth

11. Takin' My Love

12. Bricks And Mortar


Track List: Caminando (Single)

1. Caminando (Radio Edit)

2. Caminando (Extended Mix)


Track List: Direction Reaction Creation

Disc 1

1. In The City

2. Takin' My Love

3. Art School

4. I've Changed My Address

5. Slow Down

6. I Get By In Time

7. Away From The Numbers

8. Batman Theme

9. Sounds From The Street

10. Non-Stop Dancing

11. Time For Truth

12. Bricks And Mortar

13. All Around The World

14. Carnaby Street

15. The Modern World

16. London Traffic

17. Standards

18. Life From A Window

19. The Combine

20. Don't Tell Them You're Sane

21. In The Street Today

22. London Girl

23. I Need You (For Someone)

24. Here Comes The Weekend

25. Tonight At Noon

26. In The Midnight Hour

Disc 2

1. News Of The World

2. Aunties And Uncles (Aunties And Uncles)

3. Innocent Man

4. David Watts

5. 'a' Bomb In Wardour Street

6. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

7. So Sad About Us

8. The Night

9. All Mod Cons

10. To Be Someone (Didn't We Have A Nice Time)

11. Mr. Clean

12. English Rose

13. In The Crowd

14. Billy Hunt

15. It's Too Bad

16. Fly

17. The Place I Love

18. Strange Town

19. The Butterfly Collector

20. When You're Young

21. Smithers-Jones

22. The Eton Rifles

23. See-Saw

Disc 3

1. Girl On The Phone

2. Thick As Thieves

3. Private Hell

4. Little Boy Soldiers

5. Wasteland

6. Burning Sky

7. Smithers-Jones

8. Saturday's Kids

9. Heat Wave

10. Going Underground

11. The Dreams Of Children

12. Start!

13. Liza Radley

14. Pretty Green

15. Monday

16. But I'm Different Now

17. Set The House Ablaze

18. That's Entertainment

19. Dream Time

20. Man In The Corner Shop

21. Music For The Last Couple

22. Boy About Town

23. Scrape Away

Disc 4

1. Funeral Pyre

2. Disguises

3. Absolute Beginners

4. Tales From The Riverbank

5. Town Called Malice

6. Precious [12" Version]

7. Happy Together

8. Ghosts

9. Just Who Is The 5 O'Clock Hero?

10. Trans-Global Express

11. Running On The Spot

12. Circus

13. The Planner's Dream Goes Wrong

14. Carnation

15. The Gift

16. The Great Depression

17. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)

18. Pity Poor Alfie|fever

19. Beat Surrender

20. Shopping

21. Move On Up

22. Stoned Out Of My Mind

23. War

Disc 5

1. In The City [demo]

2. Time For Truth [demo]

3. Sounds From The Street [demo]

4. So Sad About Us [demo]

5. Worlds Apart [demo]

6. Billy Hunt [alternate Version]

7. Its Too Bad [demo]

8. To Be Someone [demo]

9. David Watts [demo]

10. Best Of Both Worlds [demo]

11. That's Entertainment [demo]

12. Rain [demo]

13. Dream Time [demo]

14. Dead End Street

15. Stand By Me

16. Every Little Bit Hurts

17. Tales From The Riverbank [alternate Version]

18. Walking In Heaven's Sunshine [demo]

19. Precious [demo]

20. Pity Poor Alfie[swing Version]

21. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow) [first Version]

22. A Solid Bond In Your Heart [demo]


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. In The City

2. All Around The World

3. The Modern World

4. News Of The World

5. David Watts

6. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

7. Strange Town

8. When You're Young

9. The Eton Rifles

10. Going Underground

11. Start!

12. That's Entertainment

13. Funeral Pyre

14. Absolute Beginners

15. Town Called Malice

16. Precious

17. Just Who Is The Five O'Clock Hero

18. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow)

19. Beat Surrender


Track List: Santo Domingo (Single)

1. Santo Domingo (Feat. Omer Fernandez) (Cassan & Castellari Radio Edit)

2. Santo Domingo (Feat. Omer Fernandez) (Cassan & Castellari Extended Mix)


Track List: The Jam 45 RPM - The Singles 1980-82

Disc 1

1. Going Underground

2. The Dreams Of Children

3. Away From The Numbers

4. The Modern World

5. Down In The Tube Station At Midnight

Disc 2

1. Start!

Disc 3

1. That's Entertainment

Disc 4

1. Funeral Pyre

2. Disguises

Disc 5

1. Absolute Beginners

2. Tales From The Riverbank

Disc 6

1. Town Called Malice

2. Precious

Disc 7
Disc 8

2. Pity Poor Alfie

Disc 9

1. Beat Surrender

2. Shopping

3. Move On Up

4. Stoned Out Of My Mind

5. War


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Punks and Mods would unite briefly to kick the crap out of you for calling the Jam "punk".
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If a punk rocker heard you categorize The Jam as punk you would most likely get head butted and kicked in the groin. Mods were fans of the Jam. Punks and Mods didn't care much for each other.
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All I want is to hold u , and that is ❤️
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michaelrocks 6 8
That would now be California. Leftist democrats aggressively pushing for all out subjugation.
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christopherb 0 2 9
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New England stands solid with you mates.
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Ouch, but I agree....bli n k 182 & Green Day are not even in B catagory
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Really bro?? You're citing green day and blink 182 as finer examples of the jam's influence?? Those might be the two worst f**kin bands associated with punk music and you think they're cool?? Dork!
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Long live The Jam����
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man we had the music
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Awesome! one of the most iconic bands. Green Day, Blink 182 all influenced by them.....
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The world's a mess; it's in my kiss (: I love the Los Angeles album billy zoom is so rad !
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The sound of The Jam is aging well.
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Cool to hear the Jam. I still love The Damned best in my discovery of beginning of Brit punk scene. So glad the music is around to discover years after the time period it grew out of. I may not have been around then but the music still rocks brilliantly IMO
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Hard to believe the same man responsible for songs like down in the tube station at midnight wrote the absolutely awful last style council albums. Great to see a legend like Weller resurrect his career and that he's going strong to this day
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Classic. Had all these on cassette.
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Going Underground was the Village Voices best single of 1980. As far as I'm concerned it is the best single ever!
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Killer liner notes, Percy Shelly on one of them. Bummed they broke up early, but I suppose they left on top just like the Police did. BTW a kid born in 1975 was still a teenager by 1988....
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Real blue collar/lower middle-class kids from the london burbs. Pauls old man was their road manager. Not an art project or a social experiment from a prep school kid slumming . Just great rock and roll
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Christina looks fine.
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This is the one song I wanted to hear :)
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http://ameri c a n r o c k i s m . b l o g s p o t . c o m /
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Just stumbled upon this Bio page from another pg- glad I did cause I forgot about The Jam! Used to LOVE their music. Reminds me of like 7th grade, just moved out to San Diego from east coast. 91X radio station introduced me to cool music like this. Need to start listening to this stuff again. Love "A Town Called Malice"....
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Madness and The Jam were the best from Britain.
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Nope. IGGY, BOWIE, RAMONES. Jam was like pre-Clash Strummer MODS, post Who.
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Let correct myself. Its Pretty Vacant. Even I need to look at my notes
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A lot of dumb azzez dissing The Jam. Why don't you go listen to your Gayday( Green day) and Blink 182. And to say that The Sex Pistols are so much better. Really? Don't get me wrong I like the Pistols and all but The wrote very few of there own songs and God save the Queen guitar with was inspired by a AbbA song. Do your homework kids
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That's Entertainmen t : One of the greatest songs ever written. Period.
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When You're Young is not on my LP of Setting Sons.
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thank god for The Jam - I was and always will be a Mod because of this band
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A discovery on Pandora for me. Nice band
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The Jam man, best band of late 70's and early 80's, I have every 'single and album' from that era, bought as a kid. Just incredible. If you don't like them you were born after 1975. The Chords, The Jam, SEcret Affair, The Beat, Specials, awe what an era.
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Wow deep voiced guy really sounds like a mongoloid. is part of the whole punk movement that you sing like d*ckhead?
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notec: You, my good man are (to quote the Ramones) a PINHEAD. Be off.
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BRAVO! The Jam were sooo f**king good. Too bad the US never caught on.....
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How about some Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros?
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notec, you're an imbecile. Why even post here, just to show the world what a moron you are?
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Paul Weller is fantastic, and the only thing I have against him is that he disbanded the Jam too early. Got nothing against what he produced after the Jam, but I could've taken another two years or so of Jam. RIP, Jam...
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somebody wrote about paul weller coming home pissed from the pub and wrote thats entertainmen t in 10 minutes. Does anyone remember this?THe Jam are the Jam.
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They're brits. Therefore they suck.
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Awesome tune! The Jam rock...yes, even all these years later.
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I wonder what sort of braindead pr zombie wrote this:
if anything, Weller stuck to the strident independent ethics of 1977 more than any other punk band just by simply refusing to change.

Mod is not punk -- they just happened to happen around the same time and place... The Jam were great (I saw them once, in Pasadena CA on what I think was their one and only US tour), but punk they were NOT.

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Late 70's and the USA weekend national evening news shows London basements clubs with punks pogoing and gobbing and I really couldn't relate. I hear of The Jam before actually hearing them. One listen to In The City and suddenly punk made sense and I realize I was a mod all along. 34 years later and I still am. PW is a music god..
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I wish I could have been 20 in the U.K. in 1978!
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How can I be revisionist when I'm only 18...P weller
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My favorites!
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Another great band to emerge from the UK in the late 70's.
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Didn't the Jam have more hit singles in the UK (on the charts) than the Beatles. I heard that once.....
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