This mid-60s mod-influenced UK pop act, formerly known as the Soul System, comprised Gerry Henderson (bass), Richard Sherman (vocals), David OList (13 December 1948, Chiswick, London, England; guitar) and Alan Whitehead (b. 24 July 1946, Oswestry, Shropshire, England; drums). They were signed to entrepreneur Don Ardens agency, Galaxy Entertainments, in the hope of emulating the success of his other protégés, the Small Faces. Not to be confused with the US band of the same name who issued one single Washington Square, the Attacks debut for the Decca Records label was a cover version of the Standells Try It. Several further unremarkable singles (Colour Of My Mind/Created By Clive, Neville Thumbcatch) on Decca demonstrated a new psych pop sound. The line-up was ever-changing and at one time included future Nice drummer Brian Blinky Davidson, and future...