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Dusting off my collection of old VHS tapes, enjoy!
Top 10 British Albums That Changed Music Forever These records redefined popular music, and they're straight outta the UK. For this list, we're counting down the most influential, ground-breaking, original and important albums by British bands and artists. Packed with signature tunes and singalong anthems, this list is loaded with the likes of the Beatles, Oasis, Pink Floyd, The Smiths, David Bowie and more! Special thanks to our user WordToTheWes for submitting the idea on our interactive suggestion tool: WatchMojo.com/suggest #10. “Definitely Maybe” (1994) #9. “A Night at the Opera” (1975) #8. “The Queen is Dead” (1986) #7. “Let it Bleed” (1969) #6. “Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s the Sex Pistols” (1977) #5. “Paranoid” (1970) #4. “Led Zeppelin IV” (1971) #3, #2, #1: ???
Modfather Paul Weller, along with Steve Cradock of Ocean Colour Scene, and drummers Alan and Steve White, perform the John Lennon classic Instant Karma
Paul Weller joined us before soundcheck at The Commodore Ballroom to discuss his earliest musical recollections as well offering a few new albums he's been listening to these days and revealing contemporaries of The Jam that he respected from back in the day! Paul Weller on Records In My Life is hosted and produced by Charles Brownstein. Videography, direction and editing by Mark R Henning. RIML intro animation created by Robert Edmonds and Dave Savard RIML intro theme music by Combine the Victorious Paul Weller on RIML references the following albums: The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Lucy Rose- Something's Changing Jane Weaver- Modern Kosmology Savoy Motel The Avalanches Paul Weller - Saturn's Pattern Jon Lucien- Search for the Inner Self Jon Lucien - Rashida The Clash- The Clash Paul Weller on Records In My Life ©2017 Records In My Life
Cover of The Beatles' track Tomorrow Never Knows performed at a John Lennon tribute night by Noel Gallagher of Oasis, Johnny Marr of The Smiths and Cornershop