This two-disc special package will feature a remastered version of the original album as well as single b-sides, demos and rarities - including never-released demos of Mr Clean and Fly.
The second disc features an exclusively-shot new film, directed by Don Letts (famous for his film work with The Clash) - 'The Making Of All Mod Cons'. The project has been personally overseen by Paul Weller, Rick Buckler & Bruce Foxton and the film features exclusive new interviews with all three band members.
The 40-minute film also includes promo clips, previously-unseen live footage of The Jam at The Roxy Club and an exclusive solo acoustic rendition of English Rose by Paul at his rehearsal studio.
Deluxe packaging - digi-pak, new liner notes, new interviews and rare period photos.
Initial copies will include a limited edition replica of original LP poster.
This album is a must buy for any Paul Weller fan who salivated over his stonking performance at this years Brits, after he collected his Outstanding Contribution Award.
All Mod Cons, released to wide acclaim in 1978, firmly cemented the group's rise to extraordinary heights. Indeed, for many it was the first essential Jam album and listening to it now its impact has not diminished over time.
The album was the sound of an English youth movement and it marked a great leap forward in songwriting maturity and sense of purpose. It's an absolute belter from start to finish and contains some of their strongest material with classic songs such as "English Rose", "To Be Someone" and "David Watts".
This deluxe repackaged, remastered edition contains single b-sides, demos and rarities. It also features a new film, The Making Of All Mod Cons, with new interviews, promo clips, and previously unseen live footage.
Much like The Arctic Monkey's debut album, All Mod Cons is a quintessentiallyEnglish album which deserves to find a new fanbase. It goes without saying that fans of The Jam and Weller will just adore this! --Ethan Kennedy
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