Ultimate Music Guide: Paul Weller

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Wake up the nation! Over the past 35 years, Paul Weller has asserted himself, time and time again, as one of the most potent figures in British music: impassioned, tireless, single-minded, brilliant. In the latest Uncut Ultimate Music Guide, we tell Weller’s complete story, from the seismic arrival of The Jam, through the inventive subversions of The Style Council, and on to his rich and varied two decades as a solo artist.
For this impeccably turned-out special, we’ve dug deep into the NME and Melody Maker archives to find remarkable interviews with Weller and his bandmates, often unseen for years. We’ve commissioned in-depth new reviews of every one of his albums, from the Jam’s debut to 2012’s magisterial Sonik Kicks. And we’ve even hired Weller himself to write the introduction. “These songs take on a life of their own,” he says. “It’ll be interesting to see what people have got to say about them here…” It is, rest assured.
Paul Weller: The Ultimate Music Guide. Now that’s entertainment…

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