Of all the youth cults Britain can lay claim to creating, the most enduring has to be that of the Mod phenomenon. To this day it continues to lure new recruits and inform the dress sense of greying haired gentleman who probably should know better but for whom the appeal of the ‘lifestyle’ remains as strong as ever. The music associated with the movement has a great deal to do with the cult’s endurance. Much of it sounds as fresh today as it did back in the 60s when it was recorded. Here we gather up 20 classics which have soundtracked this phenomenon since its start and continue to influence musicians the world over.
· Twenty UK and US classics and collectibles from the original Mod era.
· Boasts classics by The Small Faces, The Supremes and The Action.
· Features sleevenotes by The Jam and Oasis official biographer Paolo Hewitt.