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  1.  So Disapointing


    I love turn based war games, I cannot cope with real time too stressful. When I found this game I thought Napoleon, turn based, perfect. How wrong I was! Although pretty, the graphics are at best poor and uninspiring. What they could have done with a game covering this era, with the uniforms flags etc. A wasted opportunity and the battles are totaly uninspiring. So disapointing. Stick with Panzer General.

  2.  The Modfather's back and better than ever!


    I am a huge Weller fan, but I am the first to admit he has not hit the heights since "Illumination" but with 22 Dreams he is back to his best. A wide variety of sounds here ranging from self indulgent to absolutely stunning. Boy the man is back at his best.

  3.  Truly a Modern Classic


    A must have for any true weller fan or anyone discovering his music for the first time. A truly magical mix of up tempo songs such as "Memaids" rock "Peacock suit" or simply classic "Above the clouds"GET IT NOW!!!

  4.  Brent Martin-Merthyr Tydfil


    The first Jam album which is very raw and powerful and has its roots in a mixture of punk and rock. Wellers voice is harsh and angry and the tracks are reminisant of live tracks. Some good up tempo stuff, and classics such as away from the numbers and art school. Not over produced by any stretch of the imagination, again one for the true Jam fans.

  5.  Brent Martin-Merthyr Tydfil


    Probably the most "Arty" of the Jam albums with Weller experimenting with sound and rhythems. Contains the classic track "Thats Entertainment" and some other excellent tracks such as "but i'm different now and boy about town" but fails to reach the heights of "All Mod Cons". The Jam Sound is more produced here and classy, lacking that raw edge that came with their earlier stuff. All in all a decent album. I recommend a listen.

  6.  Brent Martin-Merthyr Tydfil


    Not one of The Jams best, it was rushed out by the record company due to the sucess of "In The City" and it shows! Songs are not that strong, but Wellers lyrics are still as relevant and vibrant as ever. Lacks that classy edge and feels a bit raw. Does not have the power of "In the City or the finesse of All Mod Cons. Just one for the Jam fans this one.

  7.  Brent Martin-Merthyr Tydfil


    Another classic Jam album, with Wellers songwriting to the fore. A bit more personal to Weller this one reflecting his thoughts and feelings at the time, quite political in its own way. The songs are up tempo and Wellers lyrics are harsh and condeming of the system. Some classic tracks on here including Bruce Foxtons "Smithers Jones" which he still sings on tour. Go for it!

  8.  Brent Martin-Merthyr Tydfil


    Possibly rated by most jam fans as wellers best. Certainly contains a number of classic tracks and anounces The Jam as one of the class acts of late seventies early eighties. The Jam rarely reached this level of perfection again. Wellers songwriting at its best. The Jam at their best. A must for fans and the curious alike. 10 out of 10.