Paul Weller

John William Weller

Also known as 'Paul' Weller, Messr Weller, Messr. Weller, Messrs Weller, P W, P Weller, P. Weller, P. J. Weller, P. W., P. Weller, P. Weller*, P.W., P.Weller, Paul, Paul J. Weller, Paul John Weller, Paul Weller Movement, The, PW, Weller, Weller Paul John
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Discography of Paul Weller:

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Pages of releases table:
# Cover Release title Total tracks Download full release in mp3 Release Date Label
1

Wildwood

4 mp3 1994 Go! Discs
2

Wild Wood

3 mp3 1998
3

Wild Wood

3 mp3 1998 Island Records
4

Wild Wood

3 mp3 1998
5

Shadow Of The Sun (Live At Wolverhampton)

3 mp3 1994-09-00 Go! Discs
6

Wild Wood

2 mp3 1998 Island Records
7

Hung Up

4 mp3 1994
8

Heliocentric

3 mp3 2000-07-17 Universal
9

Speak Like A Child

2 mp3 1983 Polydor
10

Studio 150

12 mp3 2004-09-14 V2
11

Illumination

13 mp3 2003 Independiente
12

Into Tomorrow

4 mp3 1991
13

Wild Wood

14 mp3 1993-09-06 Go! Discs
14

Sunflower

4 mp3 1993
15

Wild Wood

15 mp3 1993-09-06 Go! Discs
16

Paul Weller

12 mp3 1992 Go! Discs
17

Wild Wood

16 mp3 1994 London Records
18

Candy Apple Edits Vol. 3

2 mp3 2005 Candy Apple Edits
19

The Bottle (Big Boss Man Remixes)

2 mp3 2004 V2
20

Brand New Start

3 mp3 1998
21

Come Together / Early Morning Rain

2 mp3 2005 V2
22

Modern Classics - The Greatest Hits

16 mp3 1998
23

Illumination

13 mp3 2002 Independiente
24

As Is Now 2xRemix

2 mp3 2005-11-00 V2
25

Early Morning Rain

2 mp3 2005-03-14 V2
26

From The Floorboards Up

2 mp3 2005-08-03 V2
27

Here's The Good News

2 mp3 2005-12-05 V2
28

As Is Now

14 mp3 2005-10-10 V2
29

Kosmos (Bonus Beats)

2 mp3 1994
30

Brand New Start

3 mp3 1998-11-00
31

Here's The Good News

2 mp3 2005-12-05 V2
32

Heliocentric

10 mp3 2000-04-10
33

Wild Wood

2 mp3 2003 Not On Label
34

Hit Parade

23 mp3 2006-11-06
35

Wishing On A Star

3 mp3 2004-00-00 V2
36

Come On/Let's Go

3 mp3 2005 V2
37

Stanley Road (Deluxe Edition)

47 mp3 2005 Island Records
38

Wild Wood

16 mp3 Island Records
39

Stanley Road

12 mp3 1995 Go! Discs
40

Kosmos

2 mp3 1993 Go! Discs
41

Wild Blue Yonder

3 mp3 2006-11-06 V2
42

Under The Influence

16 mp3 2003 DMC
43

Sunflower

4 mp3 1993
44

Out Of The Sinking

3 mp3 1994-10-24 Go! Discs
45

Paul Weller

12 mp3 1992 Go! Discs
46

Paul Weller

12 mp3 1992 Go! Discs
47

Studio 150

12 mp3 2004 V2
48

Uh Huh Oh Yeh

4 mp3 1992
49

Heavy Soul Pt.1

2 mp3 1997 Island Records
50

Hit Parade

23 mp3 2006 Island Records
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Born John William Weller in Sheerwater, (Near Woking), Surrey on 25 May 1958.
An English singer/songwriter, and previous leader of two bands: Jam, The and Style Council, The. In England, he is recognised as something of a national institution yet, because much of his song-writing is rooted in English culture, he has remained essentially a national rather than an international star.
He was a central figure in the Mod revival. As the leader of Jam, The he fronted the most popular British band of the punk era, influencing legions of English rockers that ranged from his mod-revival contemporaries to Smiths, The in the ’80s and Oasis (2) in the ’90s. During the final days of The Jam, he developed a fascination with [l=Motown and soul music, which led him to form the sophisti-pop group Style Council, The in 1983. As The Style Council’s career progressed, Weller’s interest in soul moved towards an infatuation with jazz-pop and house music, which led to the gradual erosion of his audience and the eventual split of The Style Council in 1990. But by then, Weller couldn’t get a record contract in the UK, where he had previously been worshipped.
As a solo artist, Weller returned to soul music as an inspiration, cutting it with the progressive, hippie tendencies of Traffic. Weller’s solo records were more organic and rootsy than the Style Council, which helped him regain his popularity within Britain. He launched his solo career in 1992 and by the mid-’90s, he had released three successful albums which were both critically-acclaimed and massively popular in England. Then contemporary bands, like Ocean Colour Scene, were citing him as an influence. Just as importantly, many observers, while occasionally criticising the trad-rock nature of his music, acknowledged that Weller was one of the few rock veterans that had managed to stay vital within the second decade of his career.

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