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“A three-piece band, they were almost like the Ramones of England. The big difference, though, was that they brought back the whole mod aesthetic, and to many of us who had never seen it the first time around, it was tremendously exciting.
“When you’re in art school and you’re young, you’re really attracted to whatever strikes you as cool. The Jam were cool – it was right there on the album cover.
“Musically and lyrically, the record hit every mark. Paul Weller was a very perceptive writer who could capture loneliness and teen frustration, and the band seemed to know how to frame each song. And you have to love a group that played the Batman theme! How punk is that?”