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This is an example of how to wear your influences on your sleeve, without being a complete plagiarist! Like many of the songs on "Sound Affects", The Jam were obviously very heavily influenced by The Beatles' LP "Revolver" at this time (the closing bass flutter on "Going Underground" is a subtle nod to McCartney's final note on "And Your Bird Can Sing", for example). The bassline on this track takes the guitar riff from "Taxman" and turns it into something… read more


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  • Avatar for JakeyWHFC
    He was a sensitive boy, really, wasn't he?
  • Avatar for starfloka
    classic {2]
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  • Avatar for Flashstep
    Even as a big Harrison fan, I much prefer Start. :P
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  • Avatar for silvasonicsurfa
    ...Paul Weller.............genius....
  • Avatar for benmalmesbury
    What? Taxman? I'd honestly never thought about it before. Thanks a LOT, Lastfm - you've gone and bloody ruined it for me now. Friggers!
  • Avatar for EllenKitty
    Absolutely nothing wrong with pointing out the incredibly obvious similarity.
  • Avatar for HarryFearless
    COOL x
  • Avatar for SHED82
    who the feck are the beatles??

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