CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE RECORD COLLECTOR

CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE RECORD COLLECTOR: RECREATING MY BOX OF SINGLES FROM 1982

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CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE RECORD COLLECTOR

CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE RECORD COLLECTOR: MONEY WAS TIGHT BUT I STILL MANAGED TO BUY SINGLES AND ALBUMS

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THE JAM – ALL AROUND THE WORLD

THE JAM – “All Around The World” / “Carnaby Street” (Polydor 2058 903) July 1977 – The Jam “All Around The World” – If one song crystallised the confusion surrounding the idea of a cohesive punk ideology, ‘All Around The World’ was it.

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THE JAM – IN THE CITY

THE JAM – “In The City” / “Takin’ My Love” (Polydor 2058 866) April 1977 – The Jam “In The City – Originally titled ‘In The City There’s A Thousand Things I Want To Say To You’, The Jam’s debut single acts as a compact manifesto.

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THE JAM – TALKING ‘BOUT MY GENERATION

David Hepworth meets Paul, Rick and Bruce. It’s August 1979 and this is The Modern World. The Who are back in action for the first time in years, their films are on release, and Modrophenia has taken over the capital.

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THE JAM – DAVID WATTS

The Jam ‘David Watts’ – For almost too long it seemed The Jam had been left, spent and burned by their own runaway momentum, that they’d given their all in blinding rapid fire succession. Much too much, much too soon

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