Joe Jackson ‎– Look Sharp!

A&M Records ‎– SP 3666
2 × Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album

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A die-cut hole in the gatefold cover accommodates a 1" button that reads "LOOK SHARP!"

℗1979 A&M Records, Inc.
©1979 A&M Records, Inc.

Side A through D are auto-coupled.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): SP-33735
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): SP-33736
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side C): SP-33737
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side D): SP-33738
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - etched; Ⓕ stamped): AM SP 33735 F3 • Ⓕ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - etched; Ⓕ stamped): AM SP 33736 F3 •• Ⓕ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C -etched; Ⓕ stamped): AM SP 33737 F3 • Ⓕ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D - etched; Ⓕ stamped): AM SP 33738 F1 •• Ⓕ

Other Versions (5 of 103) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMLH 64743 Joe Jackson Look Sharp!(LP, Album) A&M Records AMLH 64743 UK 1979 Sell This Version
AMP-6051 Joe Jackson Look Sharp!(LP, Album) A&M Records AMP-6051 Japan 1979 Sell This Version
SP-4743 Joe Jackson Look Sharp!(LP, Album, TP) A&M Records SP-4743 US 1978 Sell This Version
CS-3187 Joe Jackson Look Sharp!(Cass, Album, Dol) A&M Records CS-3187 US Unknown Sell This Version
900143 Joe Jackson Look Sharp!(2x10", Album, RE, RM) Vinyl Lovers 900143 Europe 2008 Sell This Version


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March 15, 2019
I have to say that I haven't compared this pressing to the 12" version, but Graham Maby's bass sounds incredible on the 2x10 release.
It is full, growly and deep; it has it all. It is the lead instrument on the record a la John Entwistle.
It sounds like you are in the same room with him.


September 9, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Joe Jackson begins here. With the release of 'Is She Really Going Out With Him?,' Jackson stepped to forefront in the public eye before (and probably still stronger than) his predecessors-in-style, Graham Parker and Elvis Costello. With the same acerbic wit and brilliant ear for a beautiful pop composition, but with hands on the piano rather than a guitar, Jackson was able to carve out his own little niche in the market. This album (split here, inexplicably, onto two 10-inchers) fully justifies the position and leaves an audience wanting more. From the hard-hitting blast of opener 'One More Time,' through the unforgettable aforementioned single and outsider-looking-in gems like 'Happy Loving Couples' and 'Pretty Girls' to one-two finish of the contemplative and bitter 'Fools in Love' then high-impact 'Got the Time' (a fitting counterpart to the opener), this is a prime example of this school of not-quite-so-angry young men singer/songwriters.


July 19, 2015
Why does this exist? Can anyone clear this up for me?