ABOUTLate 1960s pop group formed in Chicago with a name and sound suggestive of British Invasion bands. Best known songs include "Kind Of A Drag" (1967), "Don't You Care" (1967), and "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" (1967).
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- Don't You Care 1967
- Hey Baby (They're Playing Our Song) 1967
- Kind Of A Drag 1967
(This song topped the charts.)
- Mercy, Mercy, Mercy 1967
(This song also became a hit in 1967 for Cannonball Adderley (instrumental version), Marlena Shaw, and Larry Williams & Johnny Watson.)
- Susan 1967
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