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Download links and information about Extras by The Jam. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:14:54 minutes.

Artist: The Jam
Release date: 1992
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:14:54
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No. Title Length
1. The Dreams of Children 3:01
2. Tales from the Riverbank 3:33
3. Liza Radley (Demo Version) 2:15
4. Move On Up 3:53
5. Shopping 3:21
6. Smithers-Jones (Single Version) 2:58
7. Pop Art Poem 2:09
8. Boy About Town (Alternate Version) 2:12
9. A Solid Bond In Your Heart (Alternate Demo Version) 2:49
10. No One In the World 2:23
11. And Your Bird Can Sing 1:53
12. Burning Sky (Demo Version) 3:38
13. Thick As Thieves (Demo Version) 4:11
14. Disguises (Remixed Version) 3:17
15. Get Yourself Together (Remixed Demo Version) 1:57
16. The Butterfly Collector 3:08
17. The Great Depression 2:51
18. Stoned Out of My Mind 3:18
19. Pity Poor Alfie / Fever 4:39
20. But I'm Different Now (Demo Version) 1:55
21. I Got You (I Feel Good) [Demo Version] 2:40
22. Hey Mister 1:50
23. Saturday's Kids (Demo Version) 2:20
24. We've Only Started (Remixed Version) 2:35
25. So Sad About Us 2:36
26. The Eton Rifles (Demo Version) 3:32



Every great band deserves an album collecting the songs that never made it to a proper album. While “The Dreams of Children” frequently finds its way to Jam collections thanks to its double A-side consideration with “Going Underground,” The Curtis Mayfield tune “Move On Up” (a b-side to “Beat Surrender”) could easily get lost as deluxe editions of albums float in and out of print. Best of all here remain the obscure demos of “Liza Radley,” “Pop Art Poem,” “A Solid Bond in Your Heart” (a different demo for this appears on the Direction Reaction Creation box set), "No One in the World,” “Burning Sky,” “Thick as Thieves,” “But I’m Different Now,” “Saturday’s Kids," and “The Eton Rifles.” Paul Weller’s songwriting was always sharp (“The Butterfly Collector” is essential listening). But The Jam were also very good at covering other people’s songs, and their versions of The Beatles’ challenging “And Your Bird Can Sing,” The Who’s “Disguises" and “So Sad About Us,” The Small Faces’ “Get Yourself Together,” The Chi-Lites’ “Stoned Out of My Mind," and James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good)” showed the group’s impressive range as musicians.