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Unexpected Item In Toxteth Town Hall

With MuMufication Day almost upon us The JAMS have shared some more details about what’s gonna happen on this year’s Toxteth Day Of The Death in Liverpool.

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The People’s Pyramid Scheme

After sharing a couple of teaser videos The Justified Ancients Of Mu Mu have further detailed their plans for this year’s Toxteth Day Of The Dead over at the MuMufication website.

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It’s Grim Up North

“Radio-friendly” version of The JAMs’ 1990 club single It’s Grim Up North, replacing Pete Wylie’s vocals with Bill’s.

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It’s Grim Up North (Original Club Mix)

Early promo-only version of their later commercial version which featured Pete Wylie on vocals instead of Bill Drummond. According to the same article the track took 45 minutes to record. Reviews

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All You Need Is Love (106bpm)

Commercial release in proper sleeve featuring a picture of the JAMS-defaced billboard (“SHAG SHAG SHAG”) featuring the face of controversial UK policeman James Anderton. MC5/Beatles samples were removed from the intro. Samantha Fox samples still intact, though. With the samples in question removed (and probably some help from the publicity…

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All You Need Is Love (Original)

The one which started it all. Released as a while label run of 500 copies only. The original version slightly differs from the later releases on “1987” and “Shag Times” as it uses the original MC5/Beatles samples during the intro which in turn obviously made it difficult to release the…

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Whitney Joins The J.A.Ms

First single following the release of “1987”, though not included on the later released “Who Killed The JAMS?” album. Reviews

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1987 (The JAMS 45 Edits)

Edited (free of dangerously illegal samples) version of 1987 LP. Includes free instructions on how to add your own samples and recreate the original release in the privacy and comfort of your own home or studio.

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Down Town

Gospel singers, Petula Clark samples, Scottish raps – Down Town has it all. Music magazines were eager to point out in their reviews that, unlike with previous JAMs singles, this time all the samples had been cleared – much to the surprise of a bemused King Boy D. Reviews

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Deep Shit (Further Adventures Of The JAMS)

Unreleased single. Was supposed to come with a “Deep Shit” comic book drawn by Jimmy.

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