Editors’ Notes Although The Jam were often grouped with British punk, they were always a band apart. The trio's modish sense of style and Paul Weller's lyrics, as nostalgic as they were snotty, took as much from The Kinks and The Who as they did from the Sex Pistols. Their legacy has been a lasting one; The Jam are a favorite citation of Britpop acts like Oasis and Blur, as well as indie artists like Ted Leo.

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ALBUM
She Bangs the Drums (Remastered)
3:52
 
Tracy Jacks
4:19
 
Fluorescent Adolescent
2:53
 
Can't Stand Me Now
3:23
 
Caught By the Fuzz
2:16
 
She Moves In Her Own Way
2:49
 
Banquet
3:16
 
Hounds of Love (New Mix)
3:02
 
Shining Light
5:09
 
Graffiti
3:05
 
Another World
2:21
 
Common People (Full Length Version)
5:50
 
Every Day Should Be a Holiday
4:01
 
The Great Escape
3:25
 
Something 4 the Weekend (U.S. Version) [2016 Remaster]
2:51
 
International Pop Overthrow
2:28
 
Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead
4:09
 
Everyday I Love You Less and Less
3:37
 
Goodnight Goodnight
2:10
 
Barbed Wire Love
4:14
 
Motorcycle Emptiness
6:05
 
Quality of Armor
2:37
 
Favorite Shirt
2:51
 
Roll With It (Remastered)
4:00
 

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