The Jam - News Of The World (1978) (HQ)

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The Jam - News Of The World (1978)

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Hello, I'm dara o brien, and welcome to mock the week!

Author — Isaac Turner

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When I said I was a positive person, I meant HIV!

Author — BillyBoy92

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Class track. I always loved Foxton's bass playing. He's a good singer too.

Author — Thread Bear

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Bruce Foxton - the only man in WORLD HISTORY to make a mullet look stylish and cool !

Author — Dennis Mazza

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Found this just browsing around on youtube ten years ago. I'd never heard of The Jam before that. It was all down hill after that! Brilliant band

Author — MichaelCasanovaMusic

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I kind of like the way Foxton kept his David Bowie hairstyle throughout the punk era despite wearing mod clothes.

Author — Ken Mills

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Rickenbackers & chewing gum always looks cool!:-)

Author — jcee

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Great band! The bassist is the missing link between Kyle Reese and David Bowie.

Author — Alan Brando

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Weller is 19 here, it's just astonishing! Tight Unit, Proficient, Still sounds amazing today. 

Author — Steve G

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Great stuff a straightforward slamming of the press. Foxton is great here and weller's guitar blistering.

Author — Alex Plumb

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Rattle yer colostomies to this Gem by Jam. One of their best songs. Foxton needs indulging more. Where are his songs? He's a treasure.

Author — theonlyantony

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he was pretty good here!..spell binding, headbutting..proper jammin nutbuster!!..

Author — Paul Touhig

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Epic! One of the finest Jam recordings. Foxton at his best. And what a stunning bass player he is! Simply peerless! Great played loud, about ten times in a row at the age of 13 and at 13 years of age, this record changed the way I thought about the press. Thanks, Bruce. You influenced me and thus my family. Beautifully abrasive and the beatiest record of the 70s. 

Author — theonlyantony

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How did this only get to No. 27 in 1978? Compared to the absolute rubbish that was in the charts back then, this was miles better than anything else at the time. The 7 inch single cover alone is brilliant let alone the song being excellent. Great B sides too.

Author — James Wilkins

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And there I was, always thinking it was Paul Weller that sung the vocals on this song. But these guys were almost perfect band mates imho

Author — Mongo Boogie

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This is why Paul never let Bruce sing many songs Bruce was every bit as good as Paul and Paul knew it

Author — luke/oi skin 4 ever oi oi

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the years when a guitar a bass and drums were more than enough to produce great rock 'n' roll

Author — Dimitris Tsakonas

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my favourite ever jam song alltime classic i have got this single great to hear bruce foxtons vocals

Author — Adrian Symcox

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Very underrated. Hardly get a mention these days.

Author — Jesus is Lord

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I've only got one cd by the Jam (a compilation) and I thought this was the song from mock the week, what a guess.

Author — Anything but good content