Decca released a serie of 8 compilations at the end of the 90's, gathering their 45 rpm released in the 60's in the wake of The Beatles early success. Decca A&Rs were looking for the next Beatles, a band they declined to sign, and the label started to churn out 7" made by bands with a name starting with "the". Most were just one hit wonders, giving up everything they had on two sides and then vanishing into showbiz obscurity, even if people like Joe Cocker, The Knack or Andrew Oldam had a nice career afterwards. It's good old fashioned rock'n'roll with a nice poppy garage british swag.
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