The Jam - Strange Town flac album
Title: Strange Town
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In the City is the debut studio album by British mod revival band the Jam. Released in 1977 upon Polydor Records, the album reached No. 20 in the UK Albums Chart. The album features the band's debut single and title track "In the City".
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The Gift is the sixth and final studio album by English new wave/mod revival band the Jam. It was originally released on 12 March 1982 by Polydor as the follow-up to the Jam's critically and commercially successful 1980 album Sound Affects. The songs were largely recorded during 1981 to 1982, assisted by Peter Wilson, and is generally regarded as the culmination of the smoother, more adult-oriented sound of the band's later work
Jam biographer Sean Egan said of the Jam that they "took social protest and cultural authenticity to the top of the charts. The Jam formed in Woking, Surrey, England, in 1972. In March 1978, the Jam released "News of the World", a non-album single that was both written and sung by Foxton. It charted at No. 27 in the UK, and was the band's second biggest hit to date. This was the only Foxton solo composition to be released as a Jam A-side. When "Town Called Malice" reached number one the group had the honour of performing both it and its double A-side, "Precious" on Top of the Pops – the only other band to be accorded this honour being the Beatles. After the string-laden soul ballad "The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had to Swallow)" peaked at No. 2, the band followed with their finale and another No. 1, "Beat Surrender".
The song "Strange Town" was released on 17 March 1979 by The Jam and reached in the UK singles chart. This single, backed by the Paul Weller-penned "The Butterfly Collector", only appeared on one of the band's studio albums, the Canadian Polydor pressing of Setting Sons. Strange Town" also appears on the greatest hits album Snap!. The Butterfly Collector" also appears in the 1996 The Jam Collection compilation album as well as on Snap!.
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|B||The Butterfly Collector|
- Lacquer Cut At – Strawberry Mastering
- Pressed By – Phonodisc Ltd.
- Published By – And Son Music Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor Ltd. (UK)
- Copyright (c) – Polydor Ltd.
- Printed By – Delga Press Limited
- Producer – Vic Coppersmith-Heaven
- Written-By – Paul Weller
NotesNo matrix run out either etched or stamped on Side A
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, stamped - Variant 1): POSP 34 B//2 E STR
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, B-side, etched - Variant 1, 3, 4, 5): STRAWBERRY
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 A//3 ▽ 1 420 1 21
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 A//2 E STR 1 6 2
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 A//2 E STR 1 1 7
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 B//2 E STR 1 1 1
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 A//2 E STR 11 4
- Matrix / Runout: POSP 34 B//2 E STR 1 1 4
|POSP 34, 2059 095||The Jam||Strange Town (7", Single)||Polydor, Polydor||POSP 34, 2059 095||UK||1979|
|POSP 34, 2059 095||The Jam||Strange Town (7")||Polydor, Polydor||POSP 34, 2059 095||UK||1979|
|PD 14553||The Jam||The Butterfly Collector (7", Promo, Yel)||Polydor||PD 14553||US||1979|
|POSP 34, 2059 095||The Jam||Strange Town (7", Single, Pap)||Polydor, Polydor||POSP 34, 2059 095||UK||1979|
|2059 095||The Jam||Strange Town (7", Single)||Polydor||2059 095||Germany||1979|