News of the World (song)

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<!-- Deleted image removed: -->News of the World was a single by British group The Jam released on 11 March 1978. It reached #27 in the UK Singles Chart. "Aunties And Uncles (Impulsive Youths)" and "Innocent Man" appeared as its B-side. The title refers to the then extant British tabloid newspaper, News of the World.

It is not included on any of the band's studio albums and featured the band's bass player Bruce Foxton on lead vocals. It was also the only Jam single to be written by Foxton, apart from the double A-side single When You're Young/Smithers-Jones (Smithers-Jones being written by Foxton), and Funeral Pyre which was written by all three Jam members: Weller/Foxton/Buckler.

The video for the single was filmed on the roof of Battersea Power Station in London.

The song is used as the theme tune for the British satirical panel game Mock the Week.

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