The Beachers, who took their name as a combined mix of the Beatles as well as the Searchers, released an EP in Sweden in 1964 of four American R&B-rock covers. Nevertheless, they transformed their name towards the Namelosers after getting threatened using a lawsuit from another Swedish music group called the Beachers. Beneath the Namelosers moniker, among the songs in the EP, “New Orleans,” reached number 3 in the Swedish graphs. The Namelosers continued to make other recordings intensely indebted towards the R&B-mod wing from the United kingdom Invasion. The very best & most mod-influenced of the, “Do-Ao” and “Property of the 1000 Dances,” made an appearance in the middle-’80s in the compilation Searchin’ for Shakes: Swedish Defeat 1965-1968. Every one of the Namelosers recordings, including some unreleased monitors and from the Beachers EP, had been put together for the Fantastic Noises From Southern Sweden record.