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Choon Choosday: The Style Council – Walls Come Tumbling Down

4 April, 2017

The Jam were a rather fine band, mainly thanks to the songwriting talents of Mr P Weller. And when The Jam finished, he went off in a completely different direction. Here he is fronting that different venture at an intimate gig in West London in the summer of 1985.

Ridiculously catchy, pounding tune, and lyrics with a conscience. Yep, it’s a




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  1. Have to be honest the words ‘Walls come tumbling Down’ make me think of a certain Tear for Fears song lol

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