Paul Weller’s Single from the Album “Paul Weller”


Paul Waller is the 1st solo album of an English singer, songwriter, and musician Paul Weller, the album was released in 1922.

The single of the album “Into Tomorrow” was released in October 1991 by his own Freedom High Record label. It successfully made it to number 36 in the UK. The success of the single led him to getting a new record deal by Go Discs; the album was released on 1st September 1992 and reached number 8 on the UK album chart.

In addition to the “Into Tomorrow” two more singles of the album were released “Above the Clouds” on 10th October 1992 reached number 18, and “Uh Huh Oh Yeh” on 15th August 1992 reached at number 47. Some of the funk influences displayed in the track “Remember how we started” and “I didn’t mean to hurt you” by The Style Council. The deluxe version of the album was released on 26th October 2009 & ranked at number 88 in the UK album chart.

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The album had already been released in Japan before the UK edition of the album, the songs listing and running order was different from the subsequent release. The Track “New Thing” a different recording of “Here’s a New Thing” from the album “into Tomorrow” was replaced by “The Strange Museum” in all the versions. This track “New Thing” remained to be unique to this release until 2009.

Paul Waller was born on 25 May 1958 in Woking Surrey England. He married a British soul singer Dee C. Lee in 1987 and divorced in 1998. They have two children Nathaniel and Leah, Nathaniel is also a musician and once appeared with his father on stage at Hammersmith Apollo at the age of 12. 

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