The Jam's 'Sound Affects' album to be reissued next month

Re-release includes covers of The Kinks and rare demos

The Jam's 'Sound Affects' album to be reissued next month

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The Jam's 1980 album 'Sound Affects' is to be reissued along with a host of previously unreleased rarities next month.

The album, which includes classics 'That's Entertainment' and UK chart-topper 'Start!', has been remastered and will be re-released on November 1.

As well as the original album it will include a second disc of rarities including covers of songs by The Kinks and The Beatles, as well as a selection of demos.

The tracklisting for the re-release of 'Sound Affects' is:

Disc 1:

'Pretty Green'
'Monday'
'But I'm Different Now'
'Set The House Ablaze'
'Start!'
'That's Entertainment'
'Dream Time'
'Man In The Corner Shop'
'Music For The Last Couple'
'Boy About Town'
'Scrape Away'

Disc 2:

'Start!' (single version)
'Liza Radley' (B-side of 'Start!')
'Dreams Of Children' (B-side of 'Going Underground')
'That’s Entertainment' (alternate version from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation' box set)
'Pretty Green' (demo with overdubs - previously unreleased)
'Pop Art Poem' (Jam fan club flexi-disc, from 'Extras')
'Rain' (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
'Boy About Town' (demo - previously unreleased)
'Dream Time' (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
'Dead End Street' (demo from 'Direction, Reaction, Creation')
'But I'm Different Now' (demo from 'Extras')
'Scrape Away' (instrumental version - previously unreleased)
'Start!' (demo - previously unreleased)
'Liza Radley' (demo from 'Extras')
'And Your Bird Can Sing' (demo from 'Extras')
'Monday' (alternate version - previously unreleased)
'Get Yourself Together' (from 'Extras')
'Set The House Ablaze' (alternate 'dub ending' version - previously unreleased)
'Boy About Town' (alternate version - Jam fan club flexi from 'Extras')
'No One In The World' (demo from 'Extras')
'Instrumental' (demo - previously unreleased)
'Waterloo Sunset' (demo - previously unreleased)

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