8 thoughts on “ Dreams Of Children - The Jam - Dig The New Breed (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The Jam Record - Dig The New Breed Live - Original Record The Jam Vinyl Record Album With Album Cover and Inner Sleeve - Vintage Vinyl LP Record The Jam Dig the New Breed Recorded Live Excellent Condition Punk Rock. - Original cover is in excellent condition and includes the inner paper.
  2. A1. In The City A2. All Mod Cons A3. To Be Someone A4. It’s Too Bad A5. Start! A6. Big Bird A7. Set The House Ablaze B1. Ghosts B2. Standards B3. In The Crowd B4. Going Underground B5. Dreams Of Children B6. That’s Entertainment B7. Private Hell UK Pressing Used / .
  3. THE JAM Dig The New Breed ( UK track vinyl LP recorded live at various venues between housed in a front laminated die-cut flipback picture sleeve with die-cut inner. The sleeve shows just a little light shelfwear and despite a few surface scuffs the vinyl remains in Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dig The New Breed on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Scandinavia • Genre: Rock • /5(17).
  5. Setting Sons is a album by British band The Jam, their fourth since their debut in It reached No. 4 in the UK Albums Chart upon the first week of release, continuing the commercial (and critical) favour that had begun with their previous album All Mod Cons.. The sole single from Setting Sons, "The Eton Rifles", became the group's first top 10 UK hit, peaking at No. 3.
  6. Dig The New Breed 1. In The City (Live At The Club, London - ) 2. All Mod Cons The Dreams Of Children (Live At The Glasgow Apollo - ) That's Entertainment (Live At The Glasgow Apollo - ) Private Hell (Live At The Glasgow Apollo - ) This album can be purchased directly from Amazon by clicking on one of the covers.
  7. "Start!" is the eleventh UK single release by the band The Jam and their second number-one, following "Going Underground"/"Dreams of Children". Upon its release on 15 August , it debuted at number three, and two weeks later reached number one for one week. Written by Paul Weller and produced by Vic Coppersmith-Heaven and The Jam, "Start!" was the lead single from the band's fifth album.

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