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The phrase 'Mod' is not a particularly useful one musically, it is however a word that best describes the youth movement and ensuing sub-culture of the mid-60's, whereby young teenagers would don smart suits and dresses to escape working class stereotypes regarding fashion whilst listening to raw and raucous R&B / influences (in contrast to the stronger Blues influences of their Rocker contemporaries). Bands such The Who and The Small Faces as well as singers such as Georgie Fame are… read more

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  • Avatar for Nazipunk1488
    All mods suck dicks ;-)
  • Avatar for Radiohead1954
    Bit of both
  • Avatar for penquinharp
    r u a mod or a rocker????? I'm a Mocker [im a mrocker]
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  • Avatar for wayney56
    it was originally about jazz,soul jazz, the late 50's modernists and now just listen to acid jazz and deep funk soul to find the r&b roots of mod...groovy!
  • Avatar for Ariues
    i often wonder why r&b is the one genre of music never developed by the british but much of it is called mod i guess apparently. ive just overlooked it cuz when i heared the term 'mod' not knowing what it meant i didnt associate it with r&b. now i do.
  • Avatar for metawirt
    Exactly, [user]promisedeyes[/user]!
  • Avatar for promisedeyes
    Screw you guys, mod IS particularly useful: to find great music with
  • Avatar for Luuttuaja
    No, it isn't any paradox to like both hippies and mods. Mods predated hippies. When the mod culture faded in the latter part of the 1960s, some mods who were into psychedelia and folky sounds eventually became hippies. Those mods who were more working class and who stuck to Jamaican sounds shaved their heads and evolved into skinheads. Think about Small Faces: their first album was pure mod R'n'B but their last album Ogden's Nut Gone Flake was full of colourful flower power psychedelia.
  • Avatar for pteronophobic
    i like both hippie and mod subculture... i know, its paradox [3]

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