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  1. Nov 01,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Look Sharp! on Discogs. Label: A&M Records - AMLH • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: New Wave, Power Pop4/5().
  2. Look Sharp! is the debut album by Joe Jackson, released in The album featured one of Jackson's most well-known songs, " Is She Really Going Out with Him?," as well as the title track "Look Sharp", " Sunday Papers ", " One More Time " and " Fools in Love ".
  3. Joe Jackson's debut album Look Sharp! is an inspired set of power-pop that feature some of Jackson’s best and most timeless tunes. Radio classics from these two albums include, "Is She Really Going Out With Him?," "Sunday Papers" and more.
  4. 2. Sunday Papers 3. Is She Really Going Out With Him? 4. Happy Loving Couples 5. Throw It Away 6. Baby Stick Around 7. Look Sharp! 8. Fools In Love 9. (Do The) Instant Mash Pretty Girls Got The Time Tracks 1 to 11 are his debut album "Look Sharp!" - released January in the UK on A&M Records AMLH and April in the USA on A /5().
  5. Label: Nixx Neues - • Format: File MP3, Compilation, Stereo • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic • Style: Techno, Deep House, Acid House, Minimal.
  6. Will Power is the eighth album by Joe Jackson. Released in , it is his first experiment with classical music, continued in later albums including Night Music, Heaven and Hell, and Symphony No. 1. Track listing. All songs written, orchestrated and produced by Joe Jackson. No.
  7. Jan 02,  · Track 1 from his album "Look Sharp!" (; remaster, w/bonus tracks, ). Composed by Joe Jackson.
  8. Jan 01,  · Look Sharp! is the debut album by Joe Jackson, released in The album featured one of Jackson's most famous songs, "Is She Really Going Out with Him?," as well as the title track "Look Sharp", "Sunday Papers" and "One More Time."5/5(30).
  9. Lovely to hear this album again and without the drags of an old cassette tape too! There is a lot of anger in the music as I guess you might expect from something from the 70s, particularly in Sunday Papers and Got the Time - both of which still stand up excellently today, with highly relevant lyrics/5(93).

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