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(A) The Mode was a 60’s pop group from the Thundersley area of Essex. They recorded a four track privately-pressed EP in 1967, which is now extremely rare. In May 1967, they were spotted by a Decca talent scout and invited to Decca’s London studio to record two tracks - “Eastern Music” and “In This World Of Mine” - which the label subsequently decided not to release, although “Eastern Music” later appeared on one of the ‘Rubble’ LP:s. When Decca lost interest the band split soon after. Harrison, Millidge and Sharpling were briefly in a band called Rupert Bear soon after with guitarist Chris Rose, but it wasn’t together long enough to make it onto vinyl.

(B) The Mode are a four-piece indie rock band from Glasgow, Scotland.

Stevie Dunn (vocals/guitar)
Michael Spence (bass/b.vocals)
Jimmy McNealy (lead guitar/vocals)
Richie McHugh (drummer)

In a short period of time, the band have notched up over 100 gigs in venues, all across the United Kingdom.

The unique sound of The Mode, was first captured in February 2005, when they played their first gig, and have thus built up a large following.

They have also played in some of the most popular venues in Britain, playing at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, Jabez Clegg in Manchester and the world-famous Cavern Club in Liverpool, well-known for The Beatles making their first ever appearance there in 1961.


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