Created in Stoke-on-Trent, Britain, this superior defeat group enjoyed a strike in 1963 with ‘That’s What We Need’. Penned from the prolific Carter And Lewis group, the track boasted a highly effective hookline, as the quartet’s understated, acoustic-based interpretation invoked that of contemporaries, the Merseybeats. Whenever a encouraging follow-up, ‘Usually On My Brain’, didn’t graph, the Marauders attempted to redress the total amount with two founded stage favourites. Their edition of Small Richard’s ‘Lucille’ boasted an extraordinary guitar single, while its coupling, ‘Small Egypt’, is probably the finest Uk reading of the much-covered traditional. The single, unfortunately, failed to turn into a hit as well as the Marauders split up without recognizing their complete potential.