THE JAM - JUST WHO IS THE 5 O’CLOCK HERO

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THE JAM - JUST WHO IS THE 5 O’CLOCK HERO (1982)

'Just Who Is The 5 O'Clock Hero' was released as a Dutch import and sold like hot cakes. Despite not...

Posted 1 year ago in Music & Audio
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Jason O'Hagan Lancaster
Jason O'Hagan Lancaster1 year ago

🇬🇧

Jeffrey Dean Myhre
Jeffrey Dean Myhre1 year ago

Saw the farewell tour, Wembley Arena. Broke my heart, but there is nothing like going out on top

Bryan Howie
Bryan Howie1 year ago

Weller at his best, The Jam were an unbelievable live act. If he could have held on to his anger for a bit longer we wouldn’t have had to suffer The Style Council 😖

Dean Leworthy
Dean Leworthy1 year ago

From this window I've seen the whole world pass
From dawn to dusk I've heard the last laugh laughed
I've seen enough tears to wash away this street
I've heard wedding bells chime and a funeral march
When as one life finishes another one starts -absolute classic

Steven LJ Crank
Steven LJ Crank1 year ago

Followed by “There must be more to life than this, scrimpin and savin, and crossing off lists....”

Richard Mallison
Richard Mallison1 year ago

Got to be a contender for the best opening lines of a top ten single: "Hello darlin', I'm home again, covered in shit and aches and pains, too knackered to think so give me time to come round...".

Karma Chameleon, it ain't.

Sam Pellow
Sam Pellow1 year ago

Alan Pellow I am the the 5 o clock hero

Neil Miller
Neil Miller1 year ago

👏👏

Richard Chapman
Richard Chapman1 year ago

Fucking me 🤷

Alan Thomas
Alan Thomas1 year ago

War was an Edwin Starr song!