UK progressive/experimental rock and roll group the Modern Music Device (CMU) were formed at the start from the 70s. The music artists involved – in the beginning Wayne Gordan (vocals, percussion), Ian Hamlett (acoustic guitar, flute), Ed Lee (bass), Terry Mortimer (acoustic guitar, keyboards, viola, vocals), Larraine Odell (vocals) and Roger Odell (drums) – utilized the group to explore a multitude of musical designs, from blues to jazz and defeat pop. Though their attempts were not constantly effective, the stylistic variance employed frequently arguing against creative cohesion, at least a percentage from the group’s tunes sounded distinctively innovative. Just the Odell brothers and Hamlett continued to be in the group from the arrival of their second recording, 1972’s Space Cabaret, having been became a member of by Steve Make (bass), Leary Hasson (keyboards) and Richard Joseph (vocals, acoustic guitar). This is a more available, pop-orientated collection, although group’s soul of experience was maintained. Regrettably the English music press had been apathetic about their accomplishments and both albums offered poorly. As a result the group disbanded in 1973.