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Download links and information about Snap by The Jam. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Rock, New Wave, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 01:31:42 minutes.

Artist: The Jam
Release date: 1983
Genre: Rock, New Wave, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 29
Duration: 01:31:42
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No. Title Length
1. In the City 2:18
2. Away From the Numbers 4:02
3. All Around the World 2:24
4. The Modern World 2:32
5. News of the World 3:26
6. Billy Hunt 3:01
7. English Rose 2:49
8. Mr. Clean 3:29
9. David Watts (Single Mix) 2:53
10. 'A' Bomb In Wardour Street (Single Version) 2:33
11. Down In the Tube Station At Midnight (Single Edit) 4:01
12. Strange Town 3:48
13. The Butterfly Collector 3:09
14. When You're Young 3:12
15. Smithers-Jones (Single Version) 2:59
16. Thick As Thieves 3:39
17. The Eton Rifles (Single Edit) 3:27
18. Going Underground 2:54
19. The Dreams of Children 2:57
20. That's Entertainment (Snap! Demo Version) 3:16
21. Start! (Single Version) 2:15
22. Man In the Corner Shop 3:14
23. Funeral Pyre (Snap! Remixed Version) 3:29
24. Absolute Beginners 2:50
25. Tales From the Riverbank 3:35
26. Town Called Malice 2:54
27. Precious (Single Edit) 3:33
28. The Bitterest Pill (I Ever Had To Swallow) 3:34
29. Beat Surrender 3:29



Aside from the Direction Reaction Creation box set, Snap! is the most comprehensive mix of UK singles, album tracks, B-sides and rarities by UK modfathers The Jam — especially since this 2006 edition comes with 12 bonus songs. Originally released in 1983 following the band's breakup, Snap! boasts such essentials as the anthemic "In the City," the subcultural paean "The Modern World," and the angular power pop of "Going Underground." But it also offers fan favorites like a punk-fueled cover of The Kinks' "David Watts," and working-class, fist-pumping songs like "All Around The World" and "The Eton Rifles" as well as more fetching ballads including "English Rose.” This update adds such standouts as an acoustic demo version of "That's Entertainment" and songs hinting at the more smoothed-out, suave direction frontman Paul Weller would carry over into The Style Council — most notably "Absolute Beginners" and the soul steeped "Town Called Malice." Whether you're a longtime fan or new to The Jam's legacy, Snap! is an essential overview of the band that got the British bulldog barking again before influencing Brit pop's third wave of mod (Blur, Elastica, etc.)