Midnight Musicology: The Jam + Going Underground

Submitted by: MacGuffin 4 years ago Entertainment

Classic track from The Jam. It didn"t get much better than this in the "80s.
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Female 1,236
Oh..the 80`s. I miss this sh*t. When I was a Jr. in High School my BF actually asked me which concert I would prefer to see for my birthday--Duran Duran or the Clash. I still have my Combat Rock T-shirt--not the boyfriend though (thank GOD, he was a Duran Duran fan & I don`t believe in mixed marriages).
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Male 759
The Police are a cod reggae group.

This was number one in the u.k. when i was born.

My favorite band of the eighties is The Pixies
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Female 123
one of me fave bands from back then...And paul weller was just as good in his other band-the style council, not to mention all the music he`s made on his own up to now.....
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Male 81
This video is a testament to EVERYTHING that is wrong with music and the music "industry" today. God in Heaven do we need a band like The Jam today!!!
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Male 36,509
vv Blue Oyster Cult = best band evah!
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Male 17,512
[quote]It didn`t get much better than this in the `80s.[/quote]

I beg to differ. The Police were the best band of the 80`s
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Female 4,349
lol at the telephone.
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Male 412
@honkeylips: Not really 80s cliches. The Jam were one of the first bands in the late-70s to embrace stylistic elements of 60s music and looks, which eventually led to the mod revival movement - which led to much of 80s music in the UK and abroad. So, The Jam was considered a pioneering band of this movement.
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Male 1,586
This was great because when you first start watching it`s like meh some guys singing, but as I continued I was like wow they have just about every 80`s cliche imaginable jammed into this video. Also MacG I like your last avatar much better than this one.
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Male 3,285
poo music is poo. Imo of course.
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Female 2,602
Link: Midnight Musicology: The Jam + Going Underground [Rate Link] - Classic track from The Jam. It didn`t get much better than this in the `80s.
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