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WELLER. Wow. He's had a long career, so long in fact that it's easy to forget he was in both the Jam and the Style Council. Enough to keep anyone going but he's had a whole lengthy solo career on top of that  which have kept fans satisfied despite...read more »

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Paul Weller
Stanley Road

I don't know which Paul Weller album this is. It doesn't really matter. If you like him you'll be interested in getting it on vinyl. Whether you can afford the £32.99 asking price is another matter. The music industry screwed itself up in the past by charging £16 for CDs that cost pennies to make. Looks like they are off the same way with vinyl. Obviously this format is more expensive to produce so a higher retail price is understandable but this is really taking the piss especially when there are no extras and nothing deluxe. 

The Jam
Snap!

Released soon after they split at the peak of their powers, Snap! was the first compilation from The Jam, collecting their arsenal of excellent hit singles and fan favourites in a double-LP package. Now, it gets a lovingly packaged re-issue, with original artwork and inners plus the exclusive live 7” disc that originally came with it. 
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Paul Weller
Other Aspects Live At The Royal Festival Hall

Featuring on the cover a very useful and revealing 'side view' of his hair, this is an immaculately presented recording of the Modfather's live set at the Royal Festival Hall back in October 2018. Paul Weller looks back over his career and includes renditions of the Jam and the Style Council tracks but typically avoids the big hits in lieu of rare and deep cuts. 3LP & DVD set or 2CD & DVD set is your choice.   

The Style Council
Our Favourite Shop

It's easy to forget how diverse Paul Weller was in his Style Council days...and how political. 'Our Favourite Shop' targets racism, self serving governments and consumerism and spawned hits such as 'Shout to the Top', 'Walls Come Tumbling Down' and the truly bizzare 'Come to Milton Keynes'. Now re-issued on heavyweight vinyl. 

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True Meanings

Paul Weller wants the truth, dammit! No faking here. A sign hangs above the door to the former Jam bloke’s fourteenth solo full-length - ‘True Meanings Only’. Weller’s quest for the real has, according to the press release for this album, pushed him to make an LP ‘unlike any he has ever made before’. That’s not true though - these are wistful dad-rock lullabies of the sort that he’s been dabbling in for a fair few years now. Noel Gallagher, Lucy Rose and Rod Argent (The Zombies) all crop up among these fourteen tracks.

The Style Council
The Cost Of Loving

This record sees The Style Council take on a much more refined and soul-style approach to their music writing. The 80's saw a great amount of bands try and turn what, some would argue, was a dreadful decade for pop music. Their forward thinking approach in The Cost Of Loving is a great reminder that not all 80's music was the same. Available on a remastered orange coloured vinyl. 

The Style Council
Confessions Of A Pop Group

It's odd to think that there was a time when Paul Weller was a daring musician. This fourth album by his '80s group the Style Council takes in jazz, piano ballads, upbeat funk and classical. Lord knows what he was thinking but the album is more loved in hindsight than it was at the time when it flopped pretty disastrously. 

The Jam
In The City

In The City was the album with which The Jam announced themselves to the world. Paul Weller was just 19 at the time and used the album as a outlet for his teenage frustration. The title track was the only single to be released from the album. There were also two covers: the Larry Williams blues tune Slow Down and Theme from Batman. Reissue LP on Polydor.
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The Jam
Sound Affects

Sound Affects is widely thought of by critics, and Paul Weller himself, as the best record by The Jam. Their fifth album, it was originally released towards the end of 1980. It turned out to be their penultimate release and featured the singles That’s Entertainment and the Taxman-aping Start! The latter was the band's second no.1 hit.

Michael Horovitz accompanied by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Paul Weller
Bankbusted Nuclear Detergent Blues (Jazz Poetry SuperJam 3)


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Paul Weller
One Tear

One Tear by Paul Weller is lifted from his 2017 album A Kind Revolution. The original track featured backing vocals from Boy George. Its dubby intro always made this ripe for remix so here it is! This 12” contains three remixes by Thomaas Banks, The Meeq and Prof. Kybert. 12” single on Parlaphone.

Paul Weller
Paul Weller

Paul Weller released his eponymous solo debut in 1992. This project started life under the name The Paul Weller Movement releasing the Into Tomorrow single. It was here that Weller displayed his love of 60s R&B, a genre that would appear frequently in his solo career,  with the single Uh Huh Oh Yeh.

Paul Weller
Mother Ethiopia

Has Paul Weller entered his Damon Albarn period? Mother Ethiopia is a three part piece which has Weller collaborating with Ethiopian funk band Stone Foundation, Bongo Bob and Krar Collective across the three alternate versions. Mother Ethiopia is a swinging party piece with clear Ethiopian bass and percussion along with a jaunty ‘60s moog and thundering brass - a corker!

The Style Council
Modernism: A New Decade

Originally released in 1998, Modernism: A New Decade byThe Style Council has been remastered at Abbey Road Studios. The record has been made available on a yellow coloured double Vinyl LP. Each track is clearly influenced by the underground hip-hop and acid-jazz scene of the late 90's, and the record itself has gone on to influence the sound of today.

Paul Weller
Woo Sé Mama

Apologists are still convinced that Paul Weller is producing the best work of his career. We'd be inclined to disagree after hearing this bluesy singalong which sounds like the sort of thing you'd hear at 3pm at your local Blues Fest. Still, he keeps himself busy and people still enjoy his work so who are we to gripe?

Paul Weller
Heavy Soul

Heavy Soul is the fourth solo album by Jam-man Paul Weller, initially issued in the Britpop-imperial days of 1997. As befits an album with the name Heavy Soul, Weller gets back to his soul / R&B roots, via blues and rock. Heavy Soul has been remastered for this reissue, and is pressed to heavyweight vinyl. Out on Island.

Paul Weller
A Kind Revolution

A Kind Revolution is Paul Weller’s 13th studio album and in celebration of the 40th anniversary of his first full length it has been released on a load of formats plus an incredible deluxe vinyl box set spread over 5 10” vinyls with individual artwork. Well er is still going strong and shows many youngsters how to do this. Deluxe versions include Instrumental and alternate versions of songs.

Paul Weller
Jawbone (Music From The Film)

A surprising move from an old hand here, as Paul Weller produces a film soundtrack for the first time ever. Better still, the old mod rocker manages to overcome old habits for Jawbone’s OST: the key track is a twenty-one minute abstract collage of weird guitars and synths! Along with some more traditional songs, it’s an exciting move from Mr Weller, and a great fit for the film. Out on Parlophone.
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Paul Weller
Wild Wood

Wild Wood is Modfather Paul Weller’s second solo album. It was released in 1993 to great acclaim and really consolidated his place as credible solo artist. Its style ranges from the punchy ‘60s-flavoured rock of Sunflower to gentler folk-sounding title track. Also includes the single Hung Up.

Paul Weller
More Modern Classics

More Modern Classics by Paul Weller is another new collection featuring the best tracks from the last fifteen years of the Modfather’s career. More Modern Classics is available as a double vinyl LP, a limited edition 3CD set including 20 additional tracks and 12 radio session tracks and standard CD.

Paul Weller
I'm Where I Should Be

Paul Weller’s latest album was Saturns Pattern, and I’m Where I Should Be is the third single to be taken from it. Weller’s been in the game long enough that both we and he know what a Paul Weller song should sound like: accordingly, this track does land just where it should be. Exclusive B-side ‘Open Road’ rounds out the 7”.

Paul Weller
Pick It Up

The Modfather, Paul Weller has yet again acheived great critical and commercial success with his 12th studio album Saturns Pattern. Pick it Up is the latest single to be taken from Saturns Pattern to coincide with his tour and is backed with the non-LP version of the track, Pick it Up Dub. 7” on Parlophone.

Paul Weller
Going My Way

Going My Way is a single taken from Paul Weller’s latest album, Saturn’s Pattern, jaunting along between tender quiet piano-led parts and bouncier bits. He even gets a small choir to join in towards the end. The B-side, ‘I Spy’, is exclusive to this release, not appearing on the album. 7” with a big star on the front , from Parlophone.

Paul Weller
Saturns Pattern / Sun Goes

The Modfather is back. Ahead of the release of Paul Weller’s latest album, Saturn's Pattern, comes the single of the same name. The B-side features a new track, Sun Goes, which will not appear on the album. This then is an essential purchase for die-hard fans to make sure their collection is complete.
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Paul Weller
Saturns Pattern

Saturns Pattern is Paul Weller’s eleventh solo studio album but his first for the Parlophone label. Weller describes the album as being different to everything else he’s done and different to all other music that currently exists. I’m sure fans of the Modfather will love it though, with a dose of the usual amidst what are described as "fresh avenues". Ah, fresh avenues. 

Michael Horovitz accompanied by Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Paul Weller
Ballade Of The Nocturnal Commune / Extra Time Meltdown (Jazz Poetry SuperJam 2)


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