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Tuesday, 31 May 2011

The Jam - Setting Sons [1979]

Hello there, I'm John, one of the new CitA contributers. I've been added to help with this blog so I can offer a wider range of music styles other than metal and punk. So appropriately, I'm going to kick off with... a punk album.

The Jam's 4th effort is a semi-concept album (in the sense that half of the songs follow the concept but they didn't have time to flesh it out) about three boys who go off to war and meet up again as old men. And as far as punk goes, it's not the most aggressive of albums. However, in terms of lyrical themes, musicianship and overall flow, this is definitely one of The Jam's best.

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