The Lea Riders Group weren’t the very best Swedish band from the ’60s, however in a field crowded by imitators of Uk Invasion acts, these were probably one of the most original. Their glowing instant was their 1968 solitary “Dom Kallar Oss Mods,” among the standouts around the psychedelic level of the initial Pebbles series, having a milling acoustic guitar riff and birdcall blasts of acoustic guitar distortion support the garbled English-Swedish lyrics of failing and alienation. Nothing at all else they do was almost up compared to that level of influenced psychedelic madness, although they do launch five singles between 1966 and 1968 (all their other songs had been entirely in British). Guitarist and vocalist Hawkey Franzen had written practically all of their materials, which pursued a jagged rock-blues range plus some petulantly rebellious lyrics (“But I Am and Who Cares?” and “The Neglected Generation” were several his more unforgettable titles). A fairly unusual group in the framework of middle-’60s Sweden, they non-etheless didn’t possess the vocal or compositional abilities of the greatest (if more regular) Swedish rock and roll bands. Their information weren’t poor, but are actually mostly notable because of their curiosity value.