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Song of the day: Paul Weller- You Do Something To Me

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In 1995 recorded Paul Weller his solo single You Do Something To Me. He did this after being singer for The Jam and The Style Council. In fact, he invited the drummer of the Style Council to play on his third studio album, Stanley Road. We also hear him on this song. The song had a number 9 position in the UK and a silver status. Enjoy

Paul Weller- You Do Something To Me

Song of the day: Tears For Fears- Sowing The Seeds Of Love

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A worldwide hit in 1989, with a number 1 position in Canada, a number 2 position in the US and a top 5 position in the UK. According to Roland Orzabal, one of the people in the duo Tears For Fears, this was the most political song they ever recorded. It refers to Margaret Thatcher, who then just had another re-election. Orzabal was not very happy about this, he was working-class. He also refers to Paul Weller, who made political songs with the Jam, but with the Style Council these had faded. A great song, enjoy

Tears For Fears- Sowing The Seeds Of Love

Song of the day: The Style Council- Shout To The Top

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The Style Council, a band from the eighties, had a big hit in 1984. The band existed of Paul Weller (known from the Jam) and Mick Talbot (known from Dexy’s Midnight Runners). Some other people joined and they regularly cooperated with other people. About the song is not much special information, apart from that it was made for a movie and that it is a great song. Enjoy

The Style Council- Shout To The Top