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The Music Of LASER558 – The Style Council

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      The Style Council was a British band formed in 1983 by Paul Weller, formerly of The Jam, and Mick Talbot. The band’s fusion of jazz, soul, and pop music made them stand out in the 1980s music scene.

      In the mid-1980s, The Style Council achieved great success with hits like “You’re the Best Thing,” “Shout to the Top,” and “Walls Come Tumbling Down.” These songs topped the UK record charts and showcased the band’s unique sound and style.

      During this time, LASER558 played The Style Council’s music regularly, further boosting their popularity among listeners. The band’s socially conscious lyrics and catchy melodies resonated with a wide audience, making them a staple of 1980s music culture.

      Fast forward to today, The Style Council may not be as active as they once were, but their music still holds a special place in the hearts of fans. Paul Weller has continued his successful music career as a solo artist, releasing several critically acclaimed albums in recent years.

      In addition to his solo work, Paul Weller occasionally revisits The Style Council’s catalogue during live performances, delighting long-time fans with nostalgic renditions of their favourite songs. While the band may not be dominating the charts like they did in the 1980s, their influence on modern music is undeniable.

      The Style Council’s impact on 1980s music cannot be overstated. Their unique blend of genres and thought-provoking lyrics set them apart from their peers and left a lasting legacy in the music industry. As fans continue to catch up with iconic singers and bands from the 1980s, The Style Council remains a shining example of the era’s musical innovation and creativity.

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