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4CD box set celebrating the new post-Jam era and the mod scene as it progressed after their break up. 92 tracks showing the scene as an underground network and an influence on the mainstream music scene.With rarities on CD for the first time including singles by Wipeout, The Playn Jayn andSteve Cradock's first band The Boys. When The Jam played their last gig at The Brighton Centre on December 11 1982, it seemed to some to signify the end of the mod revival that had blossomed in 1979/80. Not every band featured here labelled themselves mods but all the recordings featured here incorporate a mod influence or spirit. Disc 1 starts with Paul Weller's post Jam soul/jazz/pop collective The Style Council and ex Nine Below Zero singer/guitarist Dennis Greaves' soul/pop group The Truth, takes in undergound mod bands such as Small World and The Scene and bands blending mod with garage rock and psychedelia such as The Prisoners and The Playn Jayn. Disc 2 continues through to the end of the decade with the 1985 mod resurgence led by The Untouchables and Makin' Time, an imagined soundtrack theme by The James Taylor Quartet, Fine Young Cannibals taking Northern style soul into the charts and ending with the Inspiral Carpets and Stone Roses looking back to the 60s and bringing a new guise of Madchester mod. Disc 3 commences with Paul Weller's solo return in an era when Five Thirty and The Charlatans brought mod influences into the indie scene and bands on Eddie Piller's Acid Jazz label played modern music that retained the spirit of mod and it's links to soul and jazz. Disc 4 mixes cult 60s inspired bands such as The Aardvarks and The Clique with Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker who took mod and psychedelia back into the charts and ends with Big Boss Man providing a timeless Hammond organ led club groove for the 21st Century
4CD box set celebrating the new post-Jam era and the mod scene as it progressed after their break up. 92 tracks showing the scene as an underground network and an influence on the mainstream music scene.With rarities on CD for the first time including singles by Wipeout, The Playn Jayn andSteve Cradock's first band The Boys. When The Jam played their last gig at The Brighton Centre on December 11 1982, it seemed to some to signify the end of the mod revival that had blossomed in 1979/80. Not every band featured here labelled themselves mods but all the recordings featured here incorporate a mod influence or spirit. Disc 1 starts with Paul Weller's post Jam soul/jazz/pop collective The Style Council and ex Nine Below Zero singer/guitarist Dennis Greaves' soul/pop group The Truth, takes in undergound mod bands such as Small World and The Scene and bands blending mod with garage rock and psychedelia such as The Prisoners and The Playn Jayn. Disc 2 continues through to the end of the decade with the 1985 mod resurgence led by The Untouchables and Makin' Time, an imagined soundtrack theme by The James Taylor Quartet, Fine Young Cannibals taking Northern style soul into the charts and ending with the Inspiral Carpets and Stone Roses looking back to the 60s and bringing a new guise of Madchester mod. Disc 3 commences with Paul Weller's solo return in an era when Five Thirty and The Charlatans brought mod influences into the indie scene and bands on Eddie Piller's Acid Jazz label played modern music that retained the spirit of mod and it's links to soul and jazz. Disc 4 mixes cult 60s inspired bands such as The Aardvarks and The Clique with Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker who took mod and psychedelia back into the charts and ends with Big Boss Man providing a timeless Hammond organ led club groove for the 21st Century
5013929115491

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 09/29/2023
UPC: 5013929115491

Into Tomorrow: Spirit Of Mod 1983-2000 / Various
Artist: Into Tomorrow: Spirit Of Mod 1983-2000 / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The Style Council - a Solid Bond in Your Heart
2. The Truth - a Step in the Right Direction
3. Small World - First Impressions
4. The Scene - Looking for Love
5. Joboxers - Just Got Lucky
6. Apocalypse - Don't Stop
7. The Undertones - Got to Have You Back
8. Squire - Jesamine
9. The Times - Big Painting
10. The Blades - Downmarket (1983 Single Version)
11. The Nerve - I'll Give You Up
12. The Co-Stars - Not Ready for Love
13. Tracie - Far from the Hurting Kind
14. Dee Walker - My Happy Little Heart
15. The Jetset - the Man Who Lives Upstairs
16. The Barracudas - Next Time Around
17. Wipeout - Come Join the Dance
18. The Milkshakes - I'm Talking About You
19. The Prisoners - I Drink the Ocean
20. The Playn Jayn - I Love You Like I Love Myself
21. The Direct Hits - She Really Didn't Care (Unreleased Version)
22. Mod Fun - I Can See (Everything)
23. XL - Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
24. The Dansette - This Is Your Life
25. The Untouchables - I Spy for the F.B.I
26. Makin' Time - Honey (Original Version)
27. The Gents - New Direction
28. The Way Out - This Working Way
29. The Redskins - Bring It Down (This Insane Thing)
30. The Reflection A.O.B. - Mind the Gap
31. Topper Headon - Leave It to Luck
32. The Kick - Armchair Politician
33. Purple Hearts - Friends Again
34. The Rage - Come on Now
35. Fast Eddie - Vicinity
36. The Alljacks - the Real Thing
37. The James Taylor Quartet - the Money Spyder
38. Mood Six - the Contemporary Scene
39. Biff Bang Pow! - Someone Stole My Wheels
40. The Risk - Good Times
41. The Threads - Alison
42. The Boys - Happy Days
43. The Moment - Ready to Fall
44. Fine Young Cannibals - Good Thing
45. The Clique (Featuring James Taylor) - Crying Days
46. The Studio 68! - Closer Than Close
47. Inspiral Carpets - Keep the Circle Around
48. The Stone Roses - Standing Here
49. Paul Weller - Into Tomorrow
50. Five Thirty - You
51. The La's - I Can't Sleep
52. The Stairs - Woman Gone and Say Goodbye (Unissued Imaginary Ep Version)
53. The Mystreated - You Better Run
54. The Revs - Ten Seconds of Temptation
55. New Jersey Kings - All Wrapped Up
56. Mother Earth - Mr. Freedom
57. Corduroy - London, England
58. The Charlatans - Can't Get Out of Bed
59. The Strange - Magic Spiral
60. Ride - How Does It Feel to Feel?
61. The Shadowland - Smoke
62. The Buzz - Tell Her No
63. The Bogeymen - You've Got No Scruples
64. The Acrylic Tones - Girl
65. Goodchilde - Sarapeutic
66. These Animal Men - Speeed King
67. Mantaray - Insomniac's Dream
68. The Weekenders - Seems You've Missed Sunday
69. Orange Deluxe - Love 45
70. Pimlico - Queenie
71. The Apemen - Love Train
72. The Aardvarks - You're My Loving Way (Album Version)
73. The Clique - She Doesn't Need You Anymore
74. Supergrass - Melanie Davis
75. The Nerve - Submarine
76. Cast - Alright
77. Phaze - Indian Rope Man
78. Ocean Colour Scene - You've Got It Bad
79. Kula Shaker - Grateful When You're Dead/Jerry Was There
80. Knave - Bachelor
81. Gene - Fighting Fit
82. Groove Tunnel - Rainy Day
83. Skooby - Deep Inside
84. The Nuthins - Mistake
85. Thee Cherylinas - We Were Happy
86. Primal Scream - Hammond Connection
87. Edward Ball - the Mill Hill Self Hate Club
88. Bronco Bullfrog - Down Angel Lane
89. Jarvis Humby - Get on Board My Train
90. Quant - Play with Mary
91. The Upper Fifth - Lyin' to You

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4CD box set celebrating the new post-Jam era and the mod scene as it progressed after their break up. 92 tracks showing the scene as an underground network and an influence on the mainstream music scene.With rarities on CD for the first time including singles by Wipeout, The Playn Jayn andSteve Cradock's first band The Boys. When The Jam played their last gig at The Brighton Centre on December 11 1982, it seemed to some to signify the end of the mod revival that had blossomed in 1979/80. Not every band featured here labelled themselves mods but all the recordings featured here incorporate a mod influence or spirit. Disc 1 starts with Paul Weller's post Jam soul/jazz/pop collective The Style Council and ex Nine Below Zero singer/guitarist Dennis Greaves' soul/pop group The Truth, takes in undergound mod bands such as Small World and The Scene and bands blending mod with garage rock and psychedelia such as The Prisoners and The Playn Jayn. Disc 2 continues through to the end of the decade with the 1985 mod resurgence led by The Untouchables and Makin' Time, an imagined soundtrack theme by The James Taylor Quartet, Fine Young Cannibals taking Northern style soul into the charts and ending with the Inspiral Carpets and Stone Roses looking back to the 60s and bringing a new guise of Madchester mod. Disc 3 commences with Paul Weller's solo return in an era when Five Thirty and The Charlatans brought mod influences into the indie scene and bands on Eddie Piller's Acid Jazz label played modern music that retained the spirit of mod and it's links to soul and jazz. Disc 4 mixes cult 60s inspired bands such as The Aardvarks and The Clique with Ocean Colour Scene and Kula Shaker who took mod and psychedelia back into the charts and ends with Big Boss Man providing a timeless Hammond organ led club groove for the 21st Century
        
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