Last month Paul Weller released his 12th (that's right 12th!) studio solo album, 'Saturn's Pattern'. That's right 12th! The 'Modfather' has been making brilliant music for nearly 40 years now and has a hugely diverse and compelling back catalogue. To mark the release of his new album, I asked the great and the good of my Twitter timeline to see what Weller songs have been their favourites down the years.
TIM FARRON, MP for Westmorland & Lonsdale. and candidate to be the new leader of the Liberal Democrats - "Everyone likes A Town Called Malice but I like In The City. My favourite is Down The Tube Station At Midnight - it's really atmospheric".
GEORGE GALLOWAY, Leader of the Respect Party and running to be Mayor of London - "You Do Something To Me. It moves me powerfully. His voice is at it's best."
EWEN MURRAY, Sky Sports Golf Commentator - "The Style Council, used them on Sky. They're superb. No favourites, but Long Hot Summer is magnificent!"
SAM MATTERFACE, football commentator for talkSPORT and ITV - The Style Council You're The Best Thing. But also The Changingman"
GEORGIE BINGHAM, radio and TV presenter, most well known for hosting The Weekend Sports Breakfast on talkSPORT - "You Do Something To Me. Because it gives me goosebumps & I'm an old romantic."
JIM PROUDFOOT, football commentator for talkSPORT, Premier League and IMG - "I'd like to dedicate this one to Sepp (Blatter) - The Bitterest Pill"
STEVE WILSON, Match of the Day commentator - "Going Underground. I remember The Jam emerging not long after I'd discovered the Boomtown Rats, The Clash etc."
MATTHEW RUDD, Absolute 80s DJ - "I like Broken Stones. It's melancholy and reflective but you can stomp around to it too."
BOB BALLARD, sports commentator for BBC and Channel 4 - "Strange Town/Down In The Tube Station at Midnight. Hard to split them. Earthy, gritty London songs that make a point."
GABBY LOGAN, BBC Sport presenter - "Wild Wood, English Rose or You Do Something."
GUY MOWBRAY, BBC's leading football commentator - "Either Going Underground or A Town Called Malice. Not a Style Council man - only The Jam for me!"
STUART PYKE, radio and television sports commentator - "The Eton Rifles by The Jam. An iconic song which reminds me of early journalism career!"
CLIVE TYLDESLEY, ITV's leading football commentator - "Shout To The Top. Lyrics, vibe, vocal all very cool and soulful. Ambient but danceable. Great dramatic start. Just a shame it fades so early!"
NIALL DOHERTY, Q magazine reviews editor - "Out Of The Sinking. Great groove, grizzly melody, not concerned with making a pop song but can't help but be one."
MATT MASON, Senior Editor of Q magazine - It changes every day but Walls Come Tumbling Down! today. Rage, melody, brilliant opening line & it stands for something.
PAUL STOKES, Q Magazine music journalist - "The Jam - Butterfly Collector. Angry, sinister yet a great pop song."
PIERS MORGAN, broadcaster and journalist - "Going Underground, raw energy."
ROB DE BANK, Bestival organiser and former Radio 1 DJ - "The Style Council - Shout To The Top and The Jam- That's Entertainment! - The Jam because I had it on a 7 inch as a kid and The Style Council because it was a huge Balearic singalong anthem for us at Sunday best."
BRIAN MOORE, former England rugby union player - "The Eton Rifles - it appeals to the class warrior in me. Although I now have the words my eldest used to say when she was little 'eating trifles.'"
GRAHAM LINEHAN, television comedy writer and director, most notable works include Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd - That's Entertainment, I think. I love the imaginative jump from the list of things described to 'entertainment'. Lateral, startling but perfect. And the tune is fantastic."
LIAM FISHER, controller of talkSPORT - "A Town Called Malice... all day long."
JONATHAN WALL, controller of BBC Radio 5 Live - "Going Underground. Too easy. Closely followed by A Town Called Malice!"
IAIN MUNN, the author of the only book of The Style Council, - "The Style Council - Why I Went Missing highly under-rated. Clever & flowing from a great experimental album."
So that was their's, but what's your favourite Paul Weller song? Let me know using the comment box below.