Yet another music group of the name, never to end up being confused using the Newcastle group or the American clothing. The Particular Few began as the Outcasts in the South Australian city of Nurioopta, during 1965. They had taken on their brand-new name in 1966, using a account of Mike Siegele (vocals, keyboards), Bob Truck Amstel (business lead electric guitar), Dan Schubert (tempo guitar), Fishing rod Schubert (bass), and Brian Fechner (drums). The quintet frequently played clubs just like the Octagon and Big Daddy’s in Adelaide. Through the summer months of 1966, they competed within a Battle from the Noises in Adelaide, and didn’t earn but did get yourself a cope with the Move!! label for an individual, that was a cover from the Zombies’ “Is normally This A Wish,” issued by the end of the entire year. The record, despite a immensely full of energy and bracing functionality with plenty of garage area punk power, didn’t chart beyond Adelaide, as well as the band split up in early 1967.