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The Jam: The Modern World by Numbers (1980)

by Paul Honeyford

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The Jam broke up at the end of 1982, after a six year collaboration which brought both chart success and an enduring cult following. Led by Paul Weller, the trio belonged to the punk era but derived their music from sixties Mod and R&B styles. Written with the full co-operation of the band and illustrated with many evocative photographs, The Jam is essential reading for fans and Mod revivalists alike.

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